Everybody loves free plugins and yes, we will bring back #freeeffectfriday soon. In the meantime, CoreMelt has just published these free effects online. (Ok we corrected it, it should really be 10 plugins.)
Attention filmmakers, this is going to save you a lot of time. The new application PrimariesExporter lets editors export sets of clips with synced audio and effects from the primary storyline in FCPX. All with just a few clicks.
Coremelt's Lock and Load has just got a big update. Faster stabilisation with FxPlug3 and compatibility with 4K footage from different cameras.
Rocket Rooster has released two budget packs of LUTs or 'Look Up Tables' that when applied to footage produce cinema style colour grades. Both are under $15.
With all the news about hyperlapses last week, we overlooked the update of Blackmagic Design's DaVinci Resolve to 11.1.4. Some new interoperability in there for us FCPX editors.
Use an iPad as a second display with Final Cut Pro X? Sounded a great idea to Chris Roberts, so he thought he'd give the new $10 Duet app a go...
In the first of what we can see of a few plugin manufacturer 'consolidations', long-time plugin developer Boris FX has acquired the makers of the popular Mocha planar tracker, Imagineer Systems Ltd.
An update of Final Cut Library Manager to version 2.60. Bugs fixed, Yosemite compatibility and great new killer feature!
Ever wanted to add a small logo or icon to a lower third or bullet point on screen? This new $49 plugin for Final Cut Pro X has 50 to choose from.
An update to FCPX brings native MXF import, editing and export along with bug fixes. Who says that Apple are not supporting pro users and broadcasters?
So, probably the answer to where Hamburg Pro Media's MXF code went to. This update brings native MXF to FCPX and OP1a export. Broadcasters are happy tonight.
Ever wanted a complete list of keywords used in an FCPX Project or Event? This new $20 application will allow you to retrieve all keywords so that they can be used in other applications such as spreadsheets.