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    Color Cone for FCPX, Premiere Pro and After Effects.

    By FxFactory Plugins for Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, AE and Motion

    Color Cone for uses a novel approach to color correction to ensure precise, smooth results while preserving skin tones.

    Available Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro and After Effects.
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    Free live training for using FCP X and Motion 5 by plug-in designer Leno Porto
    from LenoFX.
    Considering his high quality plug-ins (I own a bit of them myself) the is a nice treat.
    Videos and description below.

    Brian Timmons

    In this Live you will learn:

    • How to create a simple template and customize it in FCPX
    • How to create videos for Instagram in different formats
    • How to quickly create videos for Instagram in different formats, especially feeds an IGTV
    • In the end, I’ll show you some great tools that make our work easier and faster (this is my favorite part) So, stay until the end.

    You will learn how to make your life easier creating your templates for FCPX

    To be part of the LenoFX Anniversary Sale VIP LIST, click here:

    2:31 - Introduction
    4:11 - PDF With content/tools/links/information
    05:02 - LenoFX History
    08:35 - Techniques
    09:38 - Quick Overview Motion 5
    11:17 - Mindset Example for Growth
    13:48 - Starting a New Template(Plugin)
    16:21 - Making your Edition Process Faster.
    16:27 - Logo and Simple Bar
    28:24 - Answering a few Questions
    28:47 - The best Motion Training?
    30:40 - How many plugins the new pack will come with?
    33:10 - Advanced project Creation
    33:41 - How you can create individuals elements.
    1:01:18 - Answering Question
    1:06:34 - Have we got any Nomenclature?
    1:07:51 - How to Rename Parameters.
    1:10:20 - It's possible to edit our templates in motion? (Snapshots)
    1:18:15 - Publishing parameters/How to set Custom Curves.
    1:21:30 - Final Considerations.

    In this Live you will learn:

    • How to choose the right colors and fonts to make your videos more attractive
    • Creative ideas to get the most out of your templates
    • The common mistakes most people make editing templates and what to do about it.

    00:15 - Introduction(How to customize the same Template and make your work Stand Out)
    07:01- How to choose the right font and colors for making your videos more attractive)
    28:58 - Answering Questions
    31:03 - How you get our ideas for the plugins?
    33:13 - The best way to change the duration of Dropzones.
    34:45 - The best way to change the duration of the title without changing the animation speed.
    39:52 - How to add Parameter in Motion.
    47:10 - How you can put your favorite plugins in the same place?
    49:09 - Good source to learn Motion?
    49:24 - Tips about using a plugin that has a different frame rate of your project.
    52:03 - With the link behavior what objects you link together? Do they have to be the same type of object?
    53:48 - Can I duplicate a plugin, rename and modify the copy?
    54:31- Bugs with color customization.
    56:12 - Motion Templates Trailer(using the same elements for many different purposes)
    1:11:14 - Opening a project with many graphics elements
    1:21:46 - How to be on the VIP list for anniversary sales(next week)
    1:28:08 - Final Considerations.
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    RippleLIVE Episode 12

    By Ripple Training

    In this week's RippleLIVE, Mark & Steve will show some great tips in Final Cut Pro X and answer your questions. Chapter Links Below.

    0:29 - Show Start
    2:42 - Future Webinars
    4:16 - 30% Off Memorial Day Sale - skill-30
    4:30 - Ripple 3D Drops
    14:57 - Is Ripple 3D Drops Customizable in Motion?
    15:47 - Does Final Cut Pro X have Facial Recognition?
    17:55 - Can you Track 3D Objects in FCP X
    19:15 - FCP X Audio Mixer
    20:34 - Editing on an Internal Drive
    22:39 - External SSD Drives
    23:47 - Cataloging Software for Still Photos & Video
    26:45 - 40% Off Ripple 3D Drops -
    29:23 - Does Steve Speak Spanish?
    30:30 - Saving FCP X Projects with Used Media Only
    31:56 - Worx4 X
    36:01 - Can you use Timecode in the Event Viewer
    37:58 - New Mac Pro?
    39:12 - Mac Mini with EGPU
    41:12 - Restoring Libraries from Backup
    46:41 - How Long Should you keep Backup Libraries
    51:50 - Can Slip a Clip without changing Keyframe Position
    55:55 - FCP X Music Editing
    57:21 - Current Ripple Training Projects
    59:05 - RippleLive Schedule
    59:38 - Sign Off
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    Double Exposure Effect in Final Cut Pro X

    By Emilio Takas

    On this Final Cut Pro X Tutorial I'm going to show you how to create the Double Exposure or See Through Effect without any plugins required.
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    Final Cut Pro X Tutorial: Making Refined Adjustments to Audio Levels, Scale & Crop (+Bonus Tip!)

    By Ben Halsall: Final Cut Pro X & Adobe Tutorials

    In this Final Cut Pro X tutorial, you will learn how to make refined adjustments to elements on your timeline. This includes refining audio levels, precise adjustments to crop and scale and tips on how to copy changes you've made to multiple clips on your timeline including how to copy and paste audio keyframes.

    If you have any questions about this or my other Final Cut Pro X videos then just leave a message below in the comments.

    In this video:
    1. Introduction - 0:00
    2. Refined Audio Levels Adjustment - 0:39
    3. Adding Keyframes to Dip Audio - 2:13
    4. Refined Adjustment of Scale - 3:34
    5. Copy & Paste Attributes and Keyframes - 6:25
    6. Bonus Tip! - 8:14

    Other Recent Videos

    Final Cut Pro X Tutorial: Setup a New Project Library - Manage Media & Create Edit Timelines

    Final Cut Pro X Tutorial - Mixing Voice & Music Audio Tracks using Keyframes, Selections & Shortcuts

    Final Cut Pro X Tutorial: Thug Life Animation Tutorial - Keyframe Animation, Color Effects & More

    Final Cut Pro X: Adding Lower Thirds & How to Modify Colour Font & Size

    Apple Motion + Final Cut Pro X: Create an Instagram/Facebook Header & Footer Plugin - Title Template

    Final Cut Pro X: Emoji Playbar Animation - Keyframing, Adding Emojis & Cropping Shapes

    Final Cut Pro X: Cole Bennett / Lil Xan Plasma Ball in the Eye Effect (Step-by-step / No Plugins)

    Final Cut Pro X: Put Video Inside a Shape with no Plugins

    Final Cut Pro X: Blur Out Areas of your Video in a Still or Moving Image

    Final Cut Pro X: Precise Timeline Range Selection in Seconds & Frames

    Final Cut Pro X: Slicing Layers with the Blade Tool & Other Chopping Magic

    Final Cut Pro X: Good Housekeeping Tips to keep Drive Space Free

    Final Cut Pro X Tutorial: Adjust Brightness, Contrast & Color with Professional Control

    Hard-Drive Completely Full?
    If you are experiencing a hard-drive that is jam-packed to the brim then you may want to check out this video that shows how to clear space without even opening Final Cut Pro X.

    Clear Space on Your Hard Drive by Deleting Render & Proxy Files -

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    Final Cut Pro X - Complete - from Import to Edit & Export

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    About My Final Cut Pro X Tutorials
    My Final Cut Pro X help tutorials aim to answer the tricky questions that users come across every day. These are great classes if you want to learn Final Cut Pro X and each lesson or tip will guide you through in easy to follow steps.

    If you are a beginner looking for tutorials in Final Cut Pro X take a look at my free introductory lesson “Final Cut Pro X Beginner Tutorial: Import, Edit & Export in 25 Minutes” which will get you started. This basic tutorial gives you a full run through of how to what you need to know in order to edit videos.

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    About My Live Online Training & In-Classroom Training
    I am a professional trainer of Final Cut Pro X, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Acrobat Pro & Adobe Illustrator.

    I regularly teach classes in Regina and across Saskatchewan as well as running live online workshops. If you'd like to find out more then please drop me a message or visit my website
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    Non Cinegear Modular Mac Pro for Filmmakers - WWDC 2019

    By LumaForge

    Apple finally announced a new modular Mac Pro at WWDC 2019! Learn how the the new features of the Mac Pro affects filmmakers worldwide. Also, learn about how the new Pro Display XDR enables high-end color grading for High Dynamic Range and SDR content.

    The new Mac Pro boasts up to a 28-core Intel Xeon processor, 1.5 TB of RAM, 8 PCI Express lanes, 10GbE ports, and a great amount of airflow. With PCI-e, you can now install AJA or Blackmagic IO cards, multiple GPUs, network cards for 25, 40, 50, and 100GbE, and Apple's new Afterburner card. The Afterburner will allow you to play up to 3 streams of 8K ProRes RAW at full resolution, or 12 streams of 4K ProRes RAW.

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    Mac Pro hands-on: Apple finally goes modular

    by Cnet

    The new Mac Pro desktop computer was announced at this year's WWDC. We got to see it up close and personal, along with Apple's new Pro Display XDR. Dan Ackerman takes a look at the improvements and design of the performance PC.
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    Mac Pro announcement in 7 minutes

    By Macworld

    Apple announced a brand new design for the Mac Pro at WWDC 19. Targeting professionals once again, the Mac Pro offers upgrade and expansion options. Also available are Intel Xeon processors with up to 28 cores, 12 DIMM slots for up to 1.5TB of memory, and 8 PCI Express slots.

    Apple also announced the new Apple Pro Display XDR.

    Full story and analysis on

    Follow Macworld for more iPhone and Apple Updates!
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    MacOS Catalina Features and Highlights

    By Appleosophy

    In this video, we are going over the features and highlights in MacOS Catalina. Apple yesterday previewed MacOS Catalina at Apple's WWDC 2019 Keynote. If you would like to learn more on what Apple also announced yesterday, you can visit our website at


    macOS Catalina first look!

    By Luke Miani

    At WWDC 2019 Apple unveiled iOS 13, iPadOS, a new modular Mac Pro, and macOS Catalina. In this video I've got Catalina installed and we're going to go through the new features and talk about what Apple didn't talk about during the keynote presentation!

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    MacOS Catalina First Look: From Sidecar to Project Catalyst

    By Engadget

    After Apple wrapped its WWDC keynote today, the developers went to coding sessions and the press, well, mostly showed themselves out. As it happens, we later had a chance to see most of the new software in action in private demos. First, an important caveat: These demos were guided and hands-off, meaning we haven't yet had a chance to install the software on our own devices and use it as our daily driver. But, until these platforms launch in beta this summer, it's helpful to have had a chance to see these OSes in use, outside of what turned out to be a packed, fast-moving keynote. When Apple is demoing software on stage, you can easily blink and miss a mention of a new feature, or totally miss how it actually works.

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    2019 Mac Pro - What Video editors need to know!

    By Max Yuryev

    Is the new Mac Pro Worth it for video editing? How does it compare to the iMac Pro? There's a lot of pros but some weird choices and a few omissions!
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