FCPX has been criticised for not having a batch export, good job we have top people on the case to make getting a bunch of sequences out of Final Cut Pro X happen fast!
In this week's episode of MacBreak Studio, Steve Martin shows Mark Spencer a way to batch export out of FCPX with a few clicks. It's a short episode, but it contains one very handy piece of information that could save a lot of time.
We have bundles where we can export one file to multiple destinations with different codecs and resolutions, so how about Apple implementing the reverse, may similar files to the same location. Maybe we might have a tinker with automator or find another way to streamline the process even further.
As always, don't forget that Steve and Mark have a great set of tutorials for Final Cut Pro X and Motion (from beginner to advanced) over on the Ripple Training website.
Mark returns on his own in Motion Magic to show us how to create spray paint stencils.
Finally, Steve is back again with a trick to show us how to replace a clip and keep the attributes. Surely it wouldn't take much programming from Apple to add a 'Replace and keep attributes' option when replacing clips?