An app that adds camera EXIF metadata to files imported into Final Cut Pro has just had a large update. evrExpanse 3 now supports transcoding and XML import.

Everyone’s favourite mad genius Chris Hocking has been hard at work recently, and if you ever work with Blackmagic footage, you’re in for a treat. Two new complementary tools will now allow you to work with BRAW footage natively on the Final Cut Pro timeline, without transcoding, and also to stabilise that footage using gyro data from the camera itself.

We're back! More about that soon. In more important news, new versions of our favourite apps are out.

Today is the official launch day of FMC's online training and certification for Final Cut Pro.

Why is it that my video editor can track faces and add 3D objects to computer generated cars zooming by in 8k, but when it comes to finding and placing a sound, I may as well use the phone book? Here's a quick and flexible solution.

Alex takes us on a tour of his new app BeatMark Pro, designed to make editing to cues on music a lot easier.

Apple has published updates to the Pro Video apps today. Final Cut Pro, Motion and Compressor get new features, iMovie for the Mac gets an update too. There's also an update of Pro Video Formats to 2.2.3.

We now know we have a couple of new features coming from Apple in Final Cut 10.6.2. Dupe detection and better Voice isolation using ML in the Inspector.

It was a great day for Apple hardware, we also got an indication of the next version of Final Cut Pro.

Hot off the press, Apple and FMC have announced new training courses and certifications.

Intelligent Assistance has released a new workflow extension for Final Cut Pro that allows editors to read documents without leaving the app.

Today Apple has released an update to Final Cut Pro, fixing a range of bugs that were in 10.6. iMovie gets updated to 10.3.1 as well.

Apple has released a good update to the ProApps, Final Cut Pro to 10.6, Motion to 5.6 and Compressor to 4.6. iMovie gets some love too.