I’ve been further exploring the ways to share projects between Final Cut Pro X (FCP X) editors (now made easier by the latest 10.1 release), and I recently ran into a gotcha when it comes to Motion templates. Hopefully, I … Read More →
I often get asked how we did the green screen in our films. And while the answer is not very simple, one thing that you really need to get right to make the effect work is a good setup. I … Read More →
A lot has been written on the subject of how to share Final Cut Pro X (FCP X) projects. Some say it can’t be done. Others say it can be done, just with caveats. I’m here to tell you that … Read More →
Ruth and I were discussing an interview setup the other day and we came up with some tongue-in-cheek-yet-serious tips for running a handheld B-camera. I thought I’d share them with you.
You remember the blue screen from iSundae II, no? Back in those days, we had no idea how bad wrinkles could be. Hours of work in post later, we emerged, vowing that we’d think twice before working with blue screen … Read More →