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James Ewart

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Woah. This time it's not me. It's the filmmaking team from Focus...
by Bill Davis 6 years ago
The notable quote... Glenn Ficarra "I could cut at least twice as fast if not three times as fast on Final Cut Pro X as I could on Avid." You can find the comment in-context here: http: www.fcp.co fin
Re: Woah. This time it's not me. It's the filmmaking team from Focus...
by James Ewart 6 years ago
Glenn Ficarra "I could cut at least twice as fast if not three times as fast on Final Cut Pro X as I could on Avid." And the faster you cut it the better the film for sure.
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Shawn Miller liked this 5 years ago
FCP X Design Influences
by Oliver Peters 5 years ago
Fodder to lead into the weekend with... Regardless of whether you like or don't like FCP X, it seems undeniable that its design has greatly influenced other software interfaces. These examples specifi
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Jim Wiseman liked this 5 years ago
Re: FCP X Design Influences
by James Ewart 5 years ago
I think if I were Dennis I would find it much more galling to have to be a monthly or annual subscription to keep tabs on the competition.
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Jim Wiseman liked this 5 years ago
Murch and NLEs from IBC
by Oliver Peters 5 years ago
http: www.fcp.co final-cut-pro articles 1734-walter-murch-talks-final-cut-pro-x-avid-and-premiere-pro - Oliver Oliver Peters Post Production Services, LLC Orlando, FL www.oliverpeters.com
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David Lawrence liked this 5 years ago
Re: Murch and NLEs from IBC
by James Ewart 5 years ago
Let's face it - the tide has well and truly turned.
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Dennis Radeke liked this 5 years ago
High School Class to visit London
by Winston A. Cely 5 years ago
I'm posting here because I teach FCPX, Motion and Compressor to high school students in South Carolina. We are trying to plan a trip to London in February. We'd like to visit some production and post-
Re: High School Class to visit London
by James Ewart 5 years ago
If you want to give your students a glimpse of the top end of the market then there are three companies to approach and I would imagine one of these will oblige: The Mill The Framestore The Moving Pic
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Walter Soyka liked this 5 years ago
Where is editing going
by Herb Sevush 5 years ago
In accordance with Shane Ross s desire that we not muck up the FCP-X for documentaries thread with a side discussion I m starting this thread with a little cross banter that happened on that thread be
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Chris Harlan liked this 5 years ago
Re: Where is editing going
by James Ewart 5 years ago
Steve Connor " Neil Goodman "My fav PPRO workflow enhancer is the ability to pancake timelines. Cant do that in FCPX and thats one place where PPRO excels above the others. Its doable in Avid in a di
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Chris Harlan liked this 5 years ago
still driving me nuts
by James Ewart 5 years ago
I can get over most of it but ... We come back to this time and time again. Calling a timeline a project is so hopelessly confusing and if anything it becomes more annoying as time goes on. Language i
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Scott Parker liked this 5 years ago
Re: still driving me nuts
by Walter Soyka 5 years ago
Steve Connor "Let's see what the new version brings tomorrow." See the blog post I linked to for an accurate description. It will be neither a reboot of Ae nor a Metal-fueled 8x speed increase. Ae is
Why do users say FCP X is fast? Some new numbers.
by Bill Davis 5 years ago
Had my new Retina MacBook Pro (mid 2015 with the force touch trackpad) for a couple of months now and I've been experiencing what felt like a HUGE productivity boost compared to my older system. So mu
Re: Why do users say FCP X is fast? Some new numbers.
by James Ewart 5 years ago
Aindreas Gallagher "it's just that lots of people disregard it as poorly designed software" So what you are essentially saying is that you are much "smarter" than me FCPX users because I we don't rea
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Bill Davis liked this 5 years ago
Do FCPX freelance editors charge for your "Edit Suite"
by Mike Jeffs 5 years ago
This is a sincere honest question. Those of you FCPX freelance editors, or even those who work for post houses on FCPX, Heck even Adobe guys, do you charge for the equipment you edit on along with you
Re: Do FCPX freelance editors charge for your "Edit Suite"
by James Ewart 5 years ago
Andy Field "it's foolish not to factor in the price of your equipment and software." Of course I factor it in. I just save my clients and myself the tedium of going through all the items and bits the
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Chris Harlan liked this 5 years ago
In-Action Story on FCPX and Focus
by Noah Kadner 6 years ago
For the folks who've been curious about how this went: http: www.apple.com final-cut-pro in-action focus Noah FCPWORKS - FCPX Workflow Call Box Training
Re: In-Action Story on FCPX and Focus
by James Ewart 6 years ago
It's just nice to have it out there officially isn't it So that the people who accused those of us who did take the plunge, of using something vastly inferior and unsuitable for anything professional,
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Jim Wiseman liked this 6 years ago
Dynamic Trimming in X
by Scott Witthaus 6 years ago
From our friends at Ripple Training: https: www.youtube.com watch v=CmWPzalVPJA&feature=em-subscription-upload Nice overview. Scott Witthaus Senior Editor Post Production Supervisor 1708 Inc. Editoria
Re: Dynamic Trimming in X
by James Ewart 6 years ago
Reassign Snapping 'n' to Extend Edit So what happens to the Snapping function Well apparently the thing to do is have two different Command Sets: One for when you are using the Precision Editor where
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Richard Herd liked this 6 years ago
The exponential greatness of the magnetic timeline in FCPX
by Steve Connor 6 years ago
Is it possible to have a reasonable discussion about this I'm confident it is. So what are the benefits of the magnetic timeline over tracks
Re: The exponential greatness of the magnetic timeline in FCPX
by James Ewart 6 years ago
Steve Connor "So what are the benefits of the magnetic timeline over tracks " It's lovely simply not having to worry or even think about what might be happening outside of your field of view. No "sel
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David Mathis liked this 6 years ago
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