Yes, even YouTuber’s need a little help from their friends. Justine Ezarik, aka iJustine, has been creating content for YouTube for over a decade. Back then, Justine was mostly able to host, shoot, and edit all of her videos on her own. However, with over 6.4 million subscribers and nearly daily content, she recently decided to bring on some help.
Show 11 on Tuesday 26th of May brings us a team of editors, each has their own story on dealing with COVID19. How has the pandemic affected post production and will anything change after the restrictions are lifted?
If you’re having trouble managing your media assets on set or in the studio while collaborating with others, you should take a good look at Kyno. Let’s get straight to it since this update (again) has a long list of new features: Kyno 1.8 offers deep DaVinci Resolve and Avid Media Composer integration, Blackmagic RAW support plus the usual (but of course very welcomed) performance and workflow improvements.
image credit: Kyno (edited by cinema5D).
What’s Kyno you ask? It’s a piece of software which let’s you manage, preview, transcode, tag, organize, back up, ingest, log metadata, convert, trim, rename
It is a challenging time for us all, especially students trying to continue to learn. Rusty Earl decided to use Final Cut Pro X to document his local school district’s journey to teach remotely during COVID-19.
This week on MacBreak Studio, I show you how you can use Motion to create a levitation effect.
This tutorial is based on a similar one created by Zach King who showed how to do the same thing using After Effects. Both After Effects and Motion can be used to create an amazing variety of motion graphics and visual effects, and almost anything you can do in one of these apps you can do in the other, so for those folks who may be more familiar with Motion, or want to understand what you can do in Motion, this one Continue reading “Levitate an Object in Motion”
The Orphaned Starfish Foundation helps kids to break their cycles of abuse and poverty through technology based education. This is where filmmaking using iOS devices and editing on Final Cut Pro X is changing lives.
Have you ever needed to generate the same graphics over and over with different text? This week on MacBreak Studio, Steve Martin from Ripple Training shares an incredible tip for generating multiple motion graphics templates from a spreadsheet.
Today May 5th, we will be on air with show 9 of FCP.co Live! We have Frame.io CEO Emery Wells who will talk about the updated the new Transfer app. We will also giveaway a ticket to the 2020 Post Production World Online event – Worth $299!