The most video editors nowadays use Final Cut Pro X or Adobe Premiere Pro. But how professionals select which one to use for video editing?
Learn how to create a split-screen effect in Final Cut Pro X without using any third-party plugins.
How to create your own effects inside Final Cut Pro X and how long that takes in comparison to using an Instant Animator for Final Cut Pro X.
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Have you ever wondered if it is possible to edit your footage in Final Cut Pro X on an iPad? With the latest iPad OS and Mac OS Catalina, it became possible. You will need an iPad Pro with Apple Pencil and a Mac. Watch this great tutorial by ProDSLR on how to set up…
Using the adjustment layer, you can save time and energy by color correcting multiple clips with few clicks. All you have to do is to add the grades to the adjustment layers including the effect.
This Final Cut Pro X tutorial by Le Sora will teach you step-by-step how to create a nice looking camera zoom-in transition effect, without having to download any additional plug-ins or presets. Instead of them, you will be using default built-in effect called “Zoom” and simple keyframe animation. This universal editing trick will make your…