Continuing with our videos series from NAB 2104, Jim Tierney demonstrates Digital Anarchy's new flicker removal plugin running in Final Cut Pro X.
The new Nodes 2 plugin from Yanobox was announced at the Supermeet in Las Vegas last night. Create complex visual animations in Final Cut Pro X, FCP7, Motion, Adobe After Effects & Premiere Pro.
It wouldn't be NAB time without a sale or two would it? Red Giant are offering 30% off everything in their store for one day only.
Some hot news that's not off the NAB show floor. Automatically track and censor faces within FCPX, Motion, Adobe After After Effects and Premiere with the new Secret Identity plugin. We are impressed, very impressed.
Earlier in the week we had FCP guru Larry Jordan's take on what he expects to see at NAB next week. This time it's workflow guru Sam Mestman's turn to look into the crystal ball...
With the National Association of Broadcasters show in Las Vegas almost upon us, we caught up with FCP guru Larry Jordan. We asked him about what he expects to see at this year's show and of course the the role that he sees Final Cut Pro X playing at the show and in the future.
A couple of great tips from our Forum. Get a bigger timecode window with FCPX and also an application to enable, disable and remove effects.
Unlimited Filters from Picture Instruments allows a user to build looks in Photoshop and then take the LUT grades and apply them in FCPX, Adobe's Premiere Pro and After Effects.
A new plugin from Digital Anarchy for removing flicker, X2Pro from Marquis gets an update, as does Library Manager from Arctic Whiteness. We do a quick roundup of FCPX news.
The brief was simple, push the new Mac Pro and FCPX to the limit. Never mind 4k or 8K, we went large on everything until things broke. Alex Gollner and Peter Wiggins perform the ultimate stress test.
You can tell NAB is not far away as the press releases have started to roll in. Roger Bolton from Coremelt will be there and he's promising some exciting new features for Track X and Slice X. He's very confident you'll be impressed.
A few months ago, we posted a story about the short film 'Brother Sister.' Shot on a Blackmagic Cinema Camera and post produced in Final Cut Pro X, we now can publish the finished production.
No such thing as a free lunch? Maybe this time that old saying isn't true, as Matteo Curcio has published a free FCPX shortcut cheat sheet to download.