Final Cut Pro X updated to 10.0.3. I kicked the tires on the update including the multicam as well as as an article about the utility that moves FCP7 edits to FCPX.
Speaking of FCPX you can export chapter markers from it after all. You can also use any title template as default text or a lower-third. Apple posted some multicam editing tips and tricks. And while you’re at it pick up these free FCPX effects for much better animation control. Plus don’t forget to read these reasonable requests for FCPX.
Here’s a free seminar on mastering the Adobe Premiere Pro timeline panel.
Here’s a script that searches out new Avid media since the last time it ran. I haven’t used it but it sounds rather handy so be sure and read up on it before using.
The new Magic Bullet Suite update includes Avid Media Composer support for Magic Bullet Looks.
There’s some nice tools in this editor’s swiss army knife post if you’re a Windows user.
You can now get Canon C300 media into FCPX easily.
Automatic Duck has made their Avid media copy program Media Copy available for free along with all the rest of their stuff.
This HTML 5 Photoshop simulator is cool but it crashes the browser tab sometimes.
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