Sync FCPX Libraries in a MultiUser Environment? Yes!
Why FCP X in the Editing Room?
It’s well loved by the editors who used it, but what makes FCP X so special?
What makes a Smart Collection smart? It’s a pretty simple concept that can go very deep.read more
Slip, slide, advance, delay, J, L, swap, heads, tails. There are a multitude of ways to trim in FCP X.read more
Whether it’s lowering volume on a section of audio, isolating a specific microphone, nudging piece of audio or trimming, the number of clicks is drastically reduced against other NLEs.read more
“Final Cut Pro X: Pro Workflow is a fast and fascinating read…it could easily be considered essential reading for anyone interested in the cutting edge of post production”Jonny Elwyn
“Fantastic Book – Must Read By Anyone Interested In Larger, Complex Workflows, and fans”Ben Balser
“What it does…is answer the critics who have said that Final Cut Pro X isn’t a professional tool”Scott Simmons
Michael is a seasoned editor, director and writer. His credits include Fight Club, Meet Joe Black, Analyze This. He was the writer and director of the 2009 film, Feed the Fish.