Monthly Archives: October 2014

FCG089 – Automatic FCPX (feat. Wes Plate)

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Automatic Duck was a staple in the FCP7 decade, the definitive tool for moving sequences between applications that were seemingly incompatible. Wes Plate was the force behind that application and between 2011 and 2013 he was a full time employee of Adobe. This past summer he took an epic journey of 7000 miles, 6 weeks. a dozen states and one little application, Final Cut Pro X. On his trip he decided he wanted to find out what everyone was talking about and decided dig deep into FCPX. This episode is the story of his journey.

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Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Wes Plate – @wplate

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Wes’ movie collection from his road trip.

 

FCG088 – 48 Hours in Utah (feat. Danny Rubio)

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“If you’re not doing what you want to do NOW, you’re never going to do it.” Devin Graham

Danny Rubio is Executive Producer at Weber State University in Utah and manages multiple edit systems and editors and they work almost exclusively in FCPX. Recently a group of more than 20 students entered a 48 hour film festival where they entered a Musical submission.  Danny has never cut on anything but FCPX. Hear his story from a fresh outlook without the baggage of the past.

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Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick

Danny Rubio – @drbe4t

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Michael Cioni’s Music in FCPX Tutorial

Danny’s 48 Hour Film Festival Submission

Danny’s new FCPX User Group – Twitter – @nufcpx

FCG087 – Who Needs a Consultant? (feat. Noah Kadner)

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A product of USC Film School, Noah worked in behind the scenes and VFX world before getting into training and producing his own video courses. An early adopter of Apple Color he began to take a keen interest in the entire Apple production pipeline. After a stint working at Apple Corporate, Noah Kadner took on a full time marketing job with our friends at FCPWORKS. Noah has a unique view into the current modern day production needs and solutions.

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Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Noah Kadner – @fcpworks

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Sam Mestman’s Blog

Live Titles from Vis One

Meta Graphics

FCG086 – What I Did Last Summer (feat. Scott Simmons)

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2.1 TB of ProRes LT on a 2 month long project, how did FCPX handle it. On this episode we are joined by our friend Scott Simmons and he gives us the low down, both good and bad on how Final Cut Pro X did on a large project with tons of media, many Events and several deliverables.

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Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Scott Simmons – @editblog

The project Scott is discussing