Archive for the ‘Final Cut’ Category

Building FFMBC/FFMPEG on Mac OS X Lion

Icon Written by rower on January 26, 2012 – 7:43 pm

FFMBC is the broadcast version of FFMPEG that transcodes HDV to Apple ProRes for Final Cut By Robin Rowe HOLLYWOOD, CA ( 2012/1/26 – If you have MTS or M2T files, that is, raw HDV, you can’t use them in Final Cut without converting them first to something Final Cut understands like Apple ProRes or […]

Editing Podcasts in Final Cut

Icon Written by rower on October 24, 2011 – 10:38 pm

ProTools is more powerful, but Final Cut may be faster when editing podcasts By Robin Rowe HOLLYWOOD, CA ( 10/24/2011 – A quick way to edit a podcast is to drag the tracks into a Final Cut project. Here’s how. Create a Final Cut project. The picture type doesn’t matter. Pick HDV. Convert tracks to […]

Productive in Final Cut in Ten Minutes

Icon Written by rower on August 6, 2011 – 9:06 pm

Use these tips to get productive in Final Cut fast By Robin Rowe HOLLYWOOD, CA ( 8/6/2011 – Everybody has heard of Final Cut and many have tried using it to edit. If you know a few key things about Final Cut you will be much faster using it. Whether you’re a a new user […]

Relinking Camera Sound in FCP

Icon Written by rower on November 9, 2010 – 10:18 pm

We’re working on a picture that needs its soundtrack remixed. Unfortunately, our client doesn’t have the original audio session. We’re going to have to create the session using the mix-down and the FCP timeline. Being able to relink camera sound into a timeline sounds simple in theory. Here’s a Final Cut Pro tip we found […]