The Final Cut Pro X 10.0.6 update includes many workflow improvements across the entire editing process. In this episode of MacBreak Studio, Steve Martin from Ripple Training talks with me about the new import features including the unified import window, the ability to import from a variety of cameras sources, and the ability to quickly import selection ranges.
Multi-Camera Import in Final Cut Pro X
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Animating with transitions in Final Cut Pro XThis week on MacBreak Studio, I show Steve Martin from Ripple Training how you can create animations in Final Cut Pro X by using...
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Welcome to episode 19 in the Free Function Friday series, showHideControls. This is a handy function for when you are dealing with ScriptUI elements. If you've ever dealt with buttons, checkboxes, radio buttons, or dropdown lists that trigger a change in the UI...
New Cine Lenses from SamyangSamyang Optics announced this month the release of their two new lenses, XEEN 14mm T3.1 and 35mm T1.5, while promising a new one will be available soon, so as to comply with the promise made in the Summer of 2015. The new lenses, presented under the XEEN brand...
When last August Samyang announced the new XEEN lenses, they promised three more soon. Well, two of them just arrived: XEEN 14mm T3.1 and 35mm T1.5.
CES 2016 – attendees experiencing the Samsung Gear VR demo Virtual Reality (VR) has been going to change the world ever since the 1950s. Each decade heralds the next coming of VR as the technology that is going to...
A digest of last week's photo and video news - Week 06A digest of last week's news is a selection of some of the news from week 05 from 2016 related to the worlds of photography and video, covering multiple topics, always rounded up with a reading suggestion.
GoPro quits entry-level segment, Panasonic announces an organic sensor with global shutter, Phase One and Alpa present a medium format mirrorless with a 100MB sensor from Sony and Adobe Stock enters the 4K video market.
Sony’s Laser Projectors Provide Image Quality in the “Sweet-spot” Brightness RangeSony is broadening its line of laser light source (Z-Phosphor™) projectors in the mid-brightness range with three new models between 4,100 and 6,000 lumens. The new models are the VPL-FWZ65 (6,000lm WXGA); VPL-FWZ60 (5,000lm WXGA); and the VPL-FHZ57 (4,100lm WUXGA).
Sony’s New Laser Projectors Deliver Image Quality in the “Sweet-spot” Brightness Range with Quietest Operation in its Class