Monthly Archives: December 2013

DCC033 – Reactionary Know How (feat. Andrew Maggio)

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“Reactionary know how.” That’s what Andrew Maggio described as the key skill of an editor. Andrew was introduced to us by Paul Schnieder from DCC015. He’s worked at Digital Kitchen in Chicago and is a well respected cutter. He tells us about “four walling” as well as his frustration with the “nudge nudge nudge nope” style of editing.

 

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Alex MacLean – @alexm13
Andrew Maggio – @framecycle – www.framecycle.com

Andrew’s Twitter

Andrew’s Web site

Big thank you to Tristan Chaika WordPress Guru for helping us sort out some WordPress, RSS, iTunes issues.

FCG007 – Teaching the Kids (feat. Chip Dizard)

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Teaching FCPX to up and coming editors is an important aspect of understanding how this tool will work into the coming years. Chip Dizard is an Apple Certified Trainer and has been teaching FCPX to High School and University level students for 2 years. In this episode we’ll hear Chip’s take on the application and hear how he’s using it in his online training site, Web Video Chef’s.

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Chip Dizard – @chipdizard

FCG006 – Transcoding, Rolls, and Stems (feat. Anthony Moreschi)

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Changing our mindset and taking a slightly different look at things can totally change your viewpoint. Anthony and I discuss the use of Rolls and how they can help you when it comes to exporting individual stems at the end of a project. We also get into a bit of how to organize your FCPX Events and we both express our newfound love of the Timeline Index.

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Anthony Moreschi – @Strungout_v1

Supreme Visuals – Anthony’s Company

Anthony’s Personal Blog

Ripple Training FCPX Training

Alex4D Audio Cross Fade

JKL, IO, E

Timeline Index – Globally mute all sound efx

Moving templates between machines. I think I should do a Tutorial.

USB3 tray we use at SL\CE

Fenwick’s Folder Structure