In an article about the next ten years for Final Cut Pro, we suggested automatic keywording of media. That's now a reality with a new app from Ulti.media called FCP Video tag.

When Final Cut Pro X was released back in June 2011, Apple said that there was a ten year road map in place for its development. Well, we are nearly at the end of that journey, so what about the next road map? What will the future bring to our favourite non-linear editor?

Three for the price of one! Three Final Cut Pro editors share their best editing tips.

In this new Final Cut Pro tutorial, Emilio Takas explores the different types of blend modes in Final Cut Pro.

8K60p REDRAW, a Mac Pro, a Pro Display XDR, Final Cut Pro and the legendary Nile Rogers. Another superb FCP user story from Ronny Courtens.

iMovie is a good place to start a life as an editor, but it’s got several limitations. If you’ve done a few projects and you’re looking for more freedom in how to place clips, how to finesse your edits, or simply need a wider selection of titles, Final Cut Pro is an obvious next step.

Tired of waiting around staring at a Final Cut Pro's export progress? Now you can get remote notification when it has finished.

You’ve just purchased a shiny new Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro or Pocket Cinema Camera and are looking forward to the benefits of shooting camera raw. Oops! Final Cut Pro doesn’t support BRAW. Sure, you could use DaVinci Resolve, but you’d rather stay within your preferred editing ecosystem. Fear not, Color Trix has your back.

Szymon Masiak from MotionVFX is stepping down from running the company, the new management will continue to push for the best quality MotionVFX is known for.

It has been a long time since we had a #freeeffectfriday!  Let's fix that by publishing links to three, free great effects for Final Cut Pro.