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Lee Herbet explains the techniques he used to shoot a pilot of a photography show using just iPhones. There's more good tips & information in Lee's three 'how-to' videos than you get in some paid courses!

Just breaking on the YouTube Creator channel, you will soon be able to share parts or 'clips' from your YouTube videos.

Rookie ALERT! Having been blessed with the good fortune to be lent a MacBook Pro M1 laptop running Final Cut Pro, I was very excited to try it out.

Oliver Peters runs through his shooting and editing iPhone workflow including using FiLMiC Pro and Final Cut Pro. 

What makes an advanced Premiere editor change NLEs to Final Cut Pro? The guys at the Summit Bid tell us why.

Another cool technology 'tip off' from a reader. This video from NVIDIA is worth a watch from about 17:28 onwards to see their GPUs in action. 

We seem to be so close to coupling two Apple technologies together to achieve something really cool. But at the moment, they are miles apart.

With many countries going back into lockdown to escape the new Covid variant, we thought it was an ideal opportunity to revisit Lee Herbet's tips for better audio and video from home.

Rounding out 2020, Apple made the first move in its transition from Intel to Arm-based Apple silicon processors. The MacBook Air, the 13” MacBook Pro, and the Mac mini are the first Macs to feature the new chip.

As we celebrate the end of 2020, it is time to look back at the highlights in the world of Final Cut over the last 12 months. It was a year of a flurry of software updates from the Final Cut team plus many hardware updates from Apple. It also saw an acceleration of editors working remotely and big improvements to the hardware and software of video production.

Watch the keynote speech from the FCPX Global Virtual Summit: Andy Stein from the Orphaned Starfish Foundation.

We have all seen a lot of 'virtual choir' videos recently. Oliver Peters took the concept a stage further and edited a whole hour and a half virtual holiday cabaret show. In Final Cut Pro, of course!

Yes, I admit it, the title is kind of clickbait. But it is true, I did work a lot on the rough cut of our latest 76-minute music documentary while sitting in a bus for hours, travelling across Iran to our next filming location.