In this episode of MacBreak Studio, Steve shows you a great way to incorporate to-do lists into your FCP X projects to help your team work more efficiently.
In this episode of MacBreak Studio, Mark Spencer shows you how to use secondary color correction techniques to create a selective color effect similar to the film Pleasantville.
In this episode of MacBreak Studio, Steve shows you how to leverage a cool new feature in Frame.io 2.0 to create chapter makers in Final Cut Pro X.
In this episode of MacBreak Studio, Mark shows you how to combine the power of the Ken Burns effect with Ripple Training's amazing Ripple Whips transitions.
In our 400th episode Mark and Steve get out of the studio, and work their Final Cut Pro magic in the Great Outdoors. If you've ever accidentally copied media into a library (creating unwanted duplicates) and want to get it out quickly, this tip is for you.
Mark Spencer shows you a clever trick that allows you to replace temporary watermarked music with the non-watermarked version, without having to re-edit to fit your project.
In this episode, Noah Kadner of FCPworks.com shares some great tips on setting up custom keyboard command sets and locating new keyboard commands after an update.
In this episode, Mark shows you a cool way to better sort fonts into collections, so that you can quickly access exactly what you need when working with titles in Motion.
In this episode of MacBreak Studio, Mark Spencer shows you how to get your mojo back with Motion's .molo files. You can still share Motion elements, even without the File Browser.