Apple has released Final Cut Pro X 10.1.4, which adds native MXF support as well as several other updates.
The complete list of updates in Final Cut Pro 10.1.4 is as follows: [Read more...]
Apple recently updated Final Cut Pro X to version 10.1.2.
The update adds the following features: [Read more...]
Coremelt TrackX is a plugin for Final Cut Pro X that allows you to track objects in your footage while inside FCP X using Mocha and without needing to take footage to an outside program like After Effects or Motion. The trackers are added to your footage and you can replace screens, add tracking text or blur logos and such directly from your FCP X project.
The workflow is rather straightforward. Although it is not an entry-level task, it is still fairly simple to follow the tutorials and start tracking with TrackX. My jaw dropped the first time I saw this working in my FCP X project. [Read more...]
Apple has released Final Cut Pro X version 10.1.1, which provides the following bug fixes.
The update is available through the Mac App Store.
Coremelt has launched new motion tracking tools in the TrackX plugin for Final Cut Pro X that leans on Mocha’s Academy Award-winning Planar Tracking technology to track people and objects in moving shots for compositing directly in FCP X. To track an object for compositing, just draw a shape around the object you want to track and the Mocha tracking engine will lock on and allow you to track text, do screen replacements, replace signs and more. It looks pretty freaking amazing. [Read more...]
One of the grand new features in OS X Mavericks is App Nap, which saves on power to extend battery life on MacBooks. One of the unfortunate side effects is that is kills background rendering in Final Cut Pro X and other apps that take advantage of background rendering.
To make background rendering work again, simply turn off App Nap. The process is simple.