Monthly Archives: October 2014
How to use Subclips in FCPX FCPX (Final Cut Pro X) does not have “subclips”, but has an even better way of achieving the same, by using either FAVOURITES or KEYWORDS for any Range in a clip.
I wanted to get an idea of how long I could run my Nikon D750 and the Nikon D4 cameras in video record mode, before the internal battery is exhausted. Results Battery icon turns RED after D750 – 130 minutes … Continue reading
UPDATE: FCPX 10.1.4 now includes support for .MXF files, making this article redundant. (and my purchase ). Currently (Oct 2014) I have not found a working plug-in for FCPX to import Sony .MXF files, which is the format produced by … Continue reading