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364

June 21st, 2016

Reimporting From Archives

In this week's MacBreak, Steve discusses the value of creating camera archives to import from, but more importantly, he shows you how to re-import from them.
 
363

June 14th, 2016

Reverse Favoriting

In this week's episode of MacBreak, Steve demonstrates his preferred method for quickly making selections from the best parts of a long clip, then turning them into favorites - hence the title, "Reverse Favoriting"
 
362

June 7th, 2016

Selective Audio Filtering

This week on MacBreak, Steve demonstrates how to apply an audio filter on a portion of an audio component in Final Cut Pro X
 
361

June 1st, 2016

360 Degree VR Part 3

In our third of a three-part series on 360VR and Final Cut Pro X, this week on MacBreak Studio, Mark and Steve from Ripple Training show us how you can use Final Cut to composite elements into a 4K stereoscopic 360VR video stream.
 
360

May 24th, 2016

360 Degree VR Part 2

This week on MacBreak Studio, we continue with part two of our 360 view our exploration, this time focusing on how to work with 360 footage to deliver traditional video.
 
359

May 18th, 2016

360 Degree VR Part 1

This week on MacBreak Studio, Mark and Steve begin a 3-part series investigating the world of 360VR and how it relates to Final Cut Pro X.
 
358

May 10th, 2016

Synchronizing Libraries

This week on MacBreak Studio, Steve and Mark are joined by Sam Mestman and Mike Matzdorff who demonstrate a very interesting method for syncing Final Cut Pro X libraries.
 

MacBreak Studio

Join Steve Martin, Mark Spencer, Brian Gary, Alex Lindsay and friends as they reveal the ins and outs of video production on the Mac. From 3D to audio, video, and compression, learn from the experts how to add advanced techniques to your production workflow and a professional touch to your video content.
Running time: 6:29

June 21st, 2016

Reimporting From Archives

Mark Spencer, Steve Martin

In this week's MacBreak, Steve discusses the value of creating camera archives to import from, but more importantly, he shows you how
to re-import from them.