The Definitive Book on Feature Film Workflow
Final Cut Pro X: Pro Workflow is chock-full of battle tested tips and workflow techniques from the first major studio feature edited from start to finish in Final Cut Pro X.
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
“This book is an indispensable tool that all FCPX editors should read”Adam Schoales
“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.
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