Yes, you heard that right. FxFactory rocks.
You don’t really see people jumping up and down out of excitement for the Apple App Store or Google Play, so why am I so thrilled about FxFactory?
FxFactory (on the surface) might just look like an “app” store for Final Cut Pro X plugins, but it’s so much more than that. In fact, I’d say FxFactory is absolutely essential to my video editing projects, and it’s there where I’ve decided to sell Stupid Raisins.
Fellow FCPX user and video production guru Dan Wierling wrote to me recently and told me about his experiences filming on the Longmire TV show set for a documentary. His company DGW Video Productions was hired to film actors, producers and others from the Longmire series. I’m a big fan of the show so it […]
When I get stuck in Apple Motion, I turn to How to Cheat in Motion by Patrick Sheffield. I was following one of his tutorials when I hit some problems so I emailed Patrick and asked for some help. He answered my questions and he even took a look at my project file! Many authors […]
I met Nancy Forner through Twitter and instantly knew it would be great to learn from her. Nancy has edited TV shows including Law & Order SVU (watched by 13.78 million in 2006), Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Mistresses and Vampire Diaries. When she’s not editing she’s an Associate Professor at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts. […]
Disclaimer: I didn’t make this video but I did transcribe it. I hope the transcription is helpful. Transcription Steve: Welcome back to MacBreak Studio. Here we are again with Mark Spencer and this time, you’re going to show us some really cool stuff with audio in Final Cut Pro X. Mark: Yeah, audio, and music […]