fcp.co 100000 uniques

A huge milestone in the history of our website, FCP.co has achieved over 100,000 absolute unique viewers a month. A time for a celebration, cake and a big thank you to all our readers.

When we set FCP.co up, we felt that there wasn't a site on the internet that was dedicated to Final Cut Pro. So instead of whinging about it, we built one from scratch. It was made as the site we wanted to read.

Since then, FCPX has been released and we have stuck right in there with the rollercoaster it has proved to be. The recent 10.0.6 update has again changed a lot of people's perception of the NLE and thankfully the individuals who keep knocking it are dropping off.

Achieving over 100,000 unique visitors a month is huge news for us, in fact with the news of the update we have shot right past that benchmark already. It proves there is a large community out there of editors who are using FCPX on a regular basis and want to know more. If you need any more proof, then take a look at our vibrant Forum. It has been described more than once as the best Final Cut Pro X forum on the internet.

So we would like to say a big thank you to everybody who has supported this site. From the people behind the scenes who make sure the site loads when you click, the advertisers, the contributors and of course to all our readers.

Looking to the future we hope to expand again.

A small redesign of the website is in progress to offer better opportunities to advertisers now that we are part of the 100,000 club. 

We are always on the lookout for good content, it could be tutorials, reviews or user stories. If you have or find anything you think our readers would find interesting, then please let us know.

We are also on the lookout for writers too, so if you think you can produce content for the site then again please get in contact.

The Editor.

FCPX & MOTION TUTORIAL PICKS

  • Recreating the Rogue One Movie Title in Final Cut Pro X

    Recreating the Rogue One Movie Title in Final Cut Pro X

    The recent Fantastic Beasts tutorial from Dylan Higginbotham (owner of Stupid Raisins) was very popular. He's back with the task of recreating another movie title look. This time it's Rogue One from the Star Wars franchise. There is also a link to the free template! Read More
  • Demystifying Final Cut Pro XMLs by Philip Hodgetts and Gregory Clarke

    Demystifying Final Cut Pro XMLs by Philip Hodgetts and Gregory Clarke

    XML is an acronym that gets used a lot in editing and the transfer of media in the FCPX ecosystem. But what exactly is XML?, how is it used and how can you begin to understand the power of the plain text language? Workflow experts Philip Hodgetts and Greg Clarke start with the basics of XML and explain all. Read More
  • War on Keyframes - Speed up Your Workflow in FCPX Now!

    War on Keyframes - Speed up Your Workflow in FCPX Now!

    Keyframes in video are as old as analogue Digital Video Effects (DVEs) from the 1980's. ADO Anybody? So as we lost 'tracks' in Final Cut Pro X to a better method way of working, can we also lose the dreaded keyframe as well? Tony Gallardo explores... Read More
  • Final Cut Pro X Fincher Style Part One

    Final Cut Pro X Fincher Style Part One

    Working out how to edit large camera media such as 6K in the correct resolution and aspect ratio for delivery can be a nightmare. Robin Moran has done the maths and has figured out how to keep the quality and flexibility up in FCPX when shooting overscan and cropping a centre extraction. Read More
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