Pixel Corps TV

Episode Guide

143

December 19th, 2011

Smart Collections in Final Cut Pro X

Steve Martin shows Mark Spencer when it make more sense to use Smart Collections as opposed to using Keyword collections to organize your media in Final Cut Pro X.
 
142

November 17th, 2011

One-click Transitions in Final Cut Pro 10.0.1

Mark Spencer shows Steve Martin how to add Transitions to your edits in the new Final Cut Pro X. He also shows you a trick to add a transition to multiple edit points at one time while maintaining the storyline structure of your project.
 
141

November 9th, 2011

Color Grading in Final Cut Pro X

Mark Spencer shows Steve Martin how to do some basic color grading in Final Cut Pro X. He also shows you a trick to get the legacy Color Wheels back for color adjustments for those who aren't comfortable with the new Color Board in FCPX.
 
140

November 2nd, 2011

Compositing and Auditioning in FCPX

Steve Martin shows Mark Spencer how to easily composite green-screen footage with the Keyer effect in the new Final Cut Pro X. He also shows off the powerful Auditioning tool that lets you preview draft edits quickly.
 
139

October 31st, 2011

Publishing Motion 5 Projects to FCPX

Mark Spencer shows Steve Martin how to publish high quality effects in Motion 5 directly to Final Cut Pro X. He demonstrates how you can create a basic effect that is configurable within FCPX without ever having to open Motion.
 
138

October 22nd, 2011

GPU Acceleration in Final Cut Pro X

Steve Martin show Mark Spencer how the newly updated Final Cut Pro X takes advantage of your Mac's GPU (graphics processing unit) to export your projects in record time. He also shows how the new Compressor 4 can take full advantage of the multiple cores in your computer's CPU for a significant increase in speeds with multiple encodes.
 
137

October 12th, 2011

Intro to Motion 5

Mark Spencer shows Steve Martin the new interface for Motion 5, part of the new generation of Apple's post-production suite. He goes through what's new, what's the same, and how it integrates with the new Final Cut Pro X.
 
Running time: 4:15

November 17th, 2011

One-click Transitions in Final Cut Pro 10.0.1

Mark Spencer, Steve Martin

Mark Spencer shows Steve Martin how to add Transitions to your edits in the new Final Cut Pro X. He also shows you a trick to add a transition to multiple edit points at one time while maintaining the storyline structure of your project.