Pixel Corps TV

Episode Guide

161

April 21st, 2012

Motion's Camera Part 2

Mark Spencer dives more into using cameras within Motion's 3D space. He shows Steve Martin how to use the camera to navigate around a 3D set and animating the camera to simulate real camera movements.
 
160

April 13th, 2012

Motion's Camera Part 1

Mark Spencer demonstrates working inside a 3D plane in Motion. He shows Steve Martin how to set up a camera and navigate around Motion's 3D space to fully utilize its capabilities.
 
159

April 6th, 2012

DaVinci Resolve: Part 2

Steve Martin is joined by special guest, Alexis Van Hurkman, to dive deeper into Blackmagic Design's color grading software, DaVinci Resolve. They show you an easy way to round trip your Final Cut Pro X projects with your DaVinci Resolve color work, including how to maintain color work you've already done in Final Cut Pro.
 
158

March 30th, 2012

DaVinci Resolve: Part 1

Steve Martin is joined by special guest, Alexis Van Hurkman, to show Steve how to get started and navigate through Blackmagic Design's color grading software, DaVinci Resolve.
 
157

March 21st, 2012

Motion Update 5.0.2

Mark Spencer demonstrates the new features in the spring update to Apple Motion (5.0.2). He shows Steve Martin some of the new key-framing features as well as its integration with Final Cut Pro X.
 
156

March 17th, 2012

Relinking Media

Steve Martin shows off the new Relink Media feature in the 10.03 update to Final Cut Pro X. He also shows an easy technique to create new versions of your projects by using the Relink Media feature.
 
155

March 8th, 2012

Multi-cam Editing; Trim

Mark Spencer dives deep into Final Cut Pro X to really optimize the true Multi-cam editing set up. He shows Steve Martin how to use the Angle Editor to set up an intuitive multi-cam layout. He also shows how to by-pass the mouse with keyboard shortcuts for Cut & Switch edits as well as a shortcut for a straight Switch Angle action.
 
Running time: 10:11

March 8th, 2012

Multi-cam Editing; Trim

Mark Spencer, Steve Martin

Mark Spencer dives deep into Final Cut Pro X to really optimize the true Multi-cam editing set up. He shows Steve Martin how to use the Angle Editor to set up an intuitive multi-cam layout. He also shows how to by-pass the mouse with keyboard shortcuts for Cut & Switch edits as well as a shortcut for a straight Switch Angle action.