We Make Movies’ Sam Mestman reviews the iZotope RX 3 for this week’s DIY Monday blog post.
A relatively large 3rd party ecosystem has sprung up around Final Cut Pro X (FCPX). Here are some of the programs, apps and FCPX plugins I really enjoy.
If you were walking around the floor this year at NAB, you probably noticed that 4K was everywhere. 4K will become the new standard delivery format in the next few years.
This final installment is going to be all about how to finish your Final Cut Pro X/RED movie at the highest quality, whether you’re delivering in SD, HD, or even 4K.
I’ll talk about the finishing process, using a combination of REDcine-X, Final Cut Pro X/RED, and DaVinci Resolve to get the most of out of your RED images.
Pretty much everyone I come across is dumbfounded when I tell them that Final Cut Pro X/RED (FCP X) is my non-linear editing platform of choice.
If the rules don’t make sense, a happy hustler (and every independent moviemaker must be a hustler) knows to disregard the rulebook.
Indie director Sam Mestman discusses his inspiration for launching We Make Movies, a film collective designed to help up-and-coming filmmakers.