FCPX Creative Summit announced June 26-28 2015, Santa Clara, California

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Mar 092015
 

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Future Media Concepts has announced the first Final Cut Pro X Creative Summit to be held June 26-28th 2015 in Santa Clara, California. You’ll get lots of presentations, conference sessions and a trip to the Apple campus to hear from the FCPX team including the product managers.

There was an Adobe Premier World, so it made sense that a dedicated Final Cut Pro X event would happen afterwards. FMC Training has announced a 4 day event called the FCPX Creative Summit that starts on Thursday the 25th of June 2015.

The schedule looks pretty good featuring some well know speakers such as Jeff Greenberg, Steve Martin, Abba Shapiro and Mark Spencer. It looks like there will be three rooms in operation, one for FCPX, one for Motion and the other for workflow and case studies.

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Color Finale for Final Cut Pro X

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Feb 242015
 

Denver Riddle at Color Grading Central has been teasing us with screen grabs of his Color Finale plugin for Final Cut Pro X. Well today is the launch day and if that’s not enough we also have a coupon code for $20 off the purchase price. Excited?

Color Grading Central

Colour correction wheels and curves. Probably two of the most requested features for Final Cut Pro X since its launch. Denver has now filled those desires with the new layer based $99 plugin called Color Finale.

We also have discount offer on Color Finale for FCP.co readers. Just use the code FCPCO20 when purchasing and you will get $20 off the price. The code is good for 7 days and will expire on 3/3/2015.

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Final Cut Pro X in Under 5 Minutes: Faking a Parallax Effect

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Nov 232014
 

In “Under 5 Minutes” Steve Martin from www.RippleTraining.com will teach you how to add animation to an image to “fake” the popular parallax effect in Final Cut Pro X. Learn how to use Pixelmator to create two layers, then import them into FCPX to use a simple keyframed scale change and a keyframed blur effect. The finished result gives you an image with a sense of 3 dimensional space because of the faster scaling of the foreground combined with the slower scaling in the background. Subscribe to our channel to receive our free tips and tricks every Monday!

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