Episode 11: Editing in Final Cut Pro X

Episode 11: Editing in Final Cut Pro X

Griffin and Nick compare their different editing workflows—getting from start to finish in a project using Final Cut Pro X. Plus your questions about lens hoods vs. matte boxes, whether to use auto white balance, and winning video contests.

How Nick backs up footage:
Synology NAS (network-attached storage), plus two cloud backup services—Crash Plan and Amazon Drive.

Favorite FCPX plug-ins:
Griffin—Alex4D Smooth Move, Alex4D Mask+, TKY Camera Shake, ReelSmart Motion Blur Pro
Nick—Plural Eyes, ProIntro: Wedding by Pixel Film Studios

   Hey Indie Filmmakers  is brought to you by   The Commodore Story  , a full-length documentary by WavemStudios,  currently on Kickstarter .

Hey Indie Filmmakers is brought to you by The Commodore Story, a full-length documentary by WavemStudios, currently on Kickstarter.

Video contest:
Adobe’s ”Make the Cut” You edit an Imagine Dragons music video, and Adobe awards $25,000, plus several $1,000 prizes and Adobe Creative Cloud subscriptions. The footage includes 167 HD video files (2.3 GB—8mbps H.264)

Interview:
Listen to editing tutorial master Larry Jordan interview Griffin about self-distribution on his podcast Digital Production BuZZ.

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