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The last in the series of videos from the FCPX Tour at IBC 2016 and it is all about speed! FCPX Broadcast editor Peter Wiggins talks about using Final Cut Pro X in time pressured broadcast productions and Pierre Chevalier from Softron demonstrates the tools you need to ingest, edit and playout to air.


FCP X in fast-paced broadcast editing - Peter Wiggins - 25'

Peter Wiggins (UK) talks about the countless high-profile broadcast jobs he has edited, and he explains why he thinks that Final Cut Pro is by far the best NLE to handle demanding, time-critical broadcast productions.


Multichannel simultaneous ingest and editing in FCP X - Pierre Chevalier - 15’

Softron provides flexible software and hardware solutions for ingesting video from SD to 4K in single or multichannel configurations on the Mac. Edit while ingesting growing files, playout and record to multiple codecs and destinations at the same time, and zero setup, are some of the main features that make the Softron solutions so popular in the live event and broadcast world. 



That is it! The videos from the FCPX Tour @ IBC 2016. A huge thank you to all the speakers and of course Ronny for organising the whole event. Please buy him a drink and thank him next time you see him

Don't forget the next FCPX Tour is in Barcelona on the 4th of November.


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Ronny Courtens (Belgium) is a post-production professional with over 40 years of experience in the film and television industry. He has worked for major national broadcasters and post-production facilities as an editor, post supervisor, and workflow architect.

Since he successfully used Final Cut Pro on a complex broadcast job at the 2012 Olympic Games, he has helped media companies and broadcasters all over Europe to adopt this application.

Building on his experience in enterprise workflows, he joined Other World Computing in 2020 as Head of Enterprise Solutions (ESG), developing the Jellyfish, Jupiter, Argest and Neptune product lines.

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