the FCPeffects blog: Final Cut Pro X tips & tricks

Learn how keyframing works in Final Cut Pro X with this brief tutorial video...

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Final Cut Pro X makes it really easy to selectively desaturate your footage...

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Copying effects and settings from one clip to another is easy with Final Cut Pro X's "Paste Attributes" feature...

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We're big fans of tilt-shift photography; it's videos like this that inspired us to create the Miniaturize Plugin for FCP X...

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Final Cut Pro X uses a lot of hard drive space storing render files. To recover some of this hard drive space, it's important to delete these files from time to time (especially for projects you're not currently working on).

Deleting these files will not harm your project(s). Final Cut Pro X will just have to recreate these files the next time you open the project...

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At FCPeffects, we know the importance of keyboard shortcuts. Knowing keyboard shortcuts can shave a lot of time off a project...

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You may have heard that Final Cut Pro X has a feature called "Optical Flow". When slowing down footage with Optical Flow, your footage will appear like it has been shot with a high speed camera...

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After Final Cut Pro X was released, Apple released a bunch of free supplemental content...

 

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With the release of Final Cut Pro 10.1, Apple changed the way projects and media are managed by introducing the "Library"...

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