Three for the price of one! Three Final Cut Pro editors share their best editing tips.

In this new Final Cut Pro tutorial, Emilio Takas explores the different types of blend modes in Final Cut Pro.

iMovie is a good place to start a life as an editor, but it’s got several limitations. If you’ve done a few projects and you’re looking for more freedom in how to place clips, how to finesse your edits, or simply need a wider selection of titles, Final Cut Pro is an obvious next step.

There are many ways to organise media in Final Cut Pro, Serge takes a look at few techniques.

If you are mixing audio for delivery using your NLE, you need to not only monitor levels, but also check the loudness of the entire programme. Oliver Peters explains levels, loudness and LUFs.


No direct YouTube export in Final Cut Pro? Serge shows you how to configure the best YouTube export settings in FCP and Compressor.

In this new tutorial, Jenn looks at keyframing in Final Cut Pro and Apple's Motion

How do you shoot ProRes RAW and then control the ISO and white balance afterwards when editing in Final Cut Pro?

One of the things that can confuse beginners is the Magnetic Timeline in Final Cut Pro. This tutorial should help!

Multi-stage colour correcting of S-Log3 footage in Final Cut Pro.

Want to know all the major shortcuts for Final Cut Pro in 15 minutes?

Lee Herbet has some good advice for cinematographers that need to edit, putting together a showreel for example.

The trailers in iMovie are a quick way to make highly polished short promos. But what if you want to use and modify them in Final Cut Pro?