Category Archives: Tutorial

Tutorial – How to Use Snapchat

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In April 2015, Alex showed Chris the Casey Neistat video called “Snapchat Murders Facebook” on YouTube. Since then he’s been playing around with Snapchat Stories and having a lot of fun. Since Snapchat is often associated with sending dirty pictures to people we thought we’d do OUR little part in showing you how to use it and some of what you can do.  Let us know what you think of Stories in the Comments and please Add us on Snapchat.

You should also go check out Casey Neistat’s video “Snapchat Murders Facebook”. Its very compelling and it has turned Chris into a total Casey Neistat Fan.

FCG027 – A Qualified Opinion (feat. Alister Robbie)

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The lack of “a recognition of prior learning” is one of the disadvantages of using FCPX and yet, on Alister Robbie’s first FCPX just 3 days into his edit he found himself 4 days ahead of schedule. Alister has PLENTY to say and shares his virtually pre-release experience with Final Cut Pro 1.0 back in 1999 all the way to FCPX.

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Alister Robbie – @alisterrobbie – @thepostproject

Ken Burns on the Ken Burns Effect

Chris’ Multicam Trick

 

 

FCG026 – Distant Sharing (feat. Dustin Hoye)

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How do you work with remote audio and assistant editors? Listen in on my chat with Dustin Hoye as he explains how they produce The Next Bite sporting show with the help of non local talent.

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Dustin Hoye – @DSquirrel

Dustin’s Tutorial on how to Swap Motion Template Effects.

 

FCG025 – The Library Model (feat. Sam Mestman)

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The Library Model, XML, Resolve 10.1 & FCPX 10.1, Timeline Index, Markers, Pelican cases and even ancient web sites. We cover all that and MORE on this episode of FCPX Grill featuring Sam Mestman of FCPX Works.

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Sam Mestman – @fcpworks

Chris’ FCPX Color Correction Walk-thru

Archive.org – The Wayback Machine

Trekpak.com
Trekpak on Facebook

FCG024 – The FCPX.TV Guru (feat. Richard Taylor)

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Besides sharing some “Timeline KungFu” Richard and I also go off on a discussion about Grammar, and Internet decorum. We also go into some talk about Screenflow as a screen capture application. As well as the great debate about renaming your media in the Finder or not. We also share a product idea that some enterprising programmer could make for the FCPX community.

Chris Fenwick – chrisfenwick.com – @chrisfenwick
Richard Taylor – @RichardTaylorTV

Roots Rock Radio

Mentioned in the interview.
Chris uses Keynote as a Character Generator.

Making Animations in Keynote

Richard’s Suite
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