Ok, so last week's episode pushed to the beginning of this week, and now here we are with this week's episode just making it by end of the week. Today, Steve Martin from Ripple Training tells me all about the new component-level audio editing feature in the Final Cut Pro X 10.0.6 update. Some good tips in this one, check it out.
Audio Component Editing in Final Cut Pro X
Drones and Aerial Videography
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Some new tools previewed, others shipping now
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Learn to quickly edit a selection of layers end to end - with or without crossfades
I can’t stand the traditional “Sony look.” Hypergammas and Sony’s Custom-mode Rec 709 color...