The crew behind FCPX Tour have shared several videos of the workshops shared of its leg in Amsterdam.
The Final Cut Pro X Paradigm
Jesus Perez-Miranda, of Cut People (Spain) and founder of the FCPX Tour, explains why the new paradigm in FCP X makes it a better non linear editor. In a rather simple way Perez-Miranda walks the viewer through the rather intuitive flow of FCPX since FCP X was released.
Obviously, the new roles management and other new features in the since released FCPX 10.3 have further improved on this even.
Giusy Naitana and Morten Dannisboe of Danish production company STV share why the team decided to use Final Cut Pro X for the production of a popular, 69 episodes large, prime-time children series.
Morten and Giusy talk how FCPX, combined with a Jellyfish storage system, helped them to operate in a very efficient way. Interestingly enough STV is normally a 100% Avid Media Composer company.
Giusy and Morten also made use of online collaboration platform Frame.io.
FCPX for Virtual Reality as seen in the Paul McCartney 360 Series
Times are changing and rumor has it that soon we will all be totally immersed by video, thanks to specialized headsets1. Duncan Shepherd of VR specialists Jaunt loves working with Final Cut Pro X for the production of VR media.
Color Finale Pro Demo and Color Grading Crash Course
When Denver Riddle of Color Grading Central the upcoming Color Finale Pro demoes2, the demo slash workshop quickly turns into a color grading crash course, complete with a commercial touch. The best sales pitch as they say.
CoreMelt also provides a collection of free tutorials for those who want to improve, or further master, their FCP X knowledge and mastery. Most tutorial videos obviously cover actual use of CoreMelt plugins. The shown plugins are available from the CoreMelt website, as well as the bundle of free CoreMelt plugins for FCPX.