Why should you attend?

Whether you’re new to Final Cut Pro X or already a fan and want to find out all about the creative power of Final Cut Pro X and the huge ecosystem that’s been created to support it, this is an event not to miss! And its FREE!

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Open up a world of creative possibilities

Apple Product Marketing will be giving a presentation of the new features of Final Cut Pro X 10.3.

Not only will this event answer all your questions about the new Final Cut Pro X, it will also introduce you to the wide world of Final Cut Pro X partners, experts and users experiences, all focussed on complementing the creative process.

The highly respected commercials editor Thomas Grove Carter will amaze you by editing at the speed of thought!

Plus James Tonkin will share his insights into the flexibility and possibilities Final Cut Pro X made possible for his recent work with the Rolling Stones.

Complimentary drinks and snacks will be available during the day.


IET London. 15th November.

Savoy Place, London WC2R 0BL

BESL Meistersaal. 18th November.

Köthener Straße 38, 10963 Berlin


Presentations from Apple, User Case Studies and a demonstration of the Final Cut Pro X workflow and wider ecosystem.

FCPXWorld will feature real world demonstrations of the new core features of Final Cut Pro X, plus working with complimentary partners on colour grading, graphics & Vfx, audio tools & mixing, client approval, backup & archive and delivery.

Rory Cantwell

Soho Editors

Rory Cantwell

Soho Editors

One of the founding partners of Soho Editors, Rory has the great combination of extensive 'real world' post production experience and a proven track record as a highly skilled trainer.

Thomas Grove Carter

Trim Editing

Thomas Grove Carter

Trim Editing

Thomas Grove Carter from Trim Editing in London has worked on a lot of high-end commercials for clients such as Adidas, Netflix, Canon and Audi.

James Tonkin

Hangman Studios

James Tonkin

Hangman Studios

One of the UK's leading and most in-demand directors, James has travelled the globe capturing music's biggest and most iconic names in his own unique and visually engaging style.

Byron Wijayawardena


Byron Wijayawardena


A freelance producer, director, cinematographer, editor, colourist and trainer who spent eleven years at Apple working on all things Final Cut Pro for the Film and Broadcast industry.


An afternoon well worth your attention.



Coffee & tea served as you visit the registration desk.



Apple Product Marketing will be giving a presentation of the new features of Final Cut Pro X 10.3



London: THOMAS GROVE CARTER, Trim Edit – Editing at the speed of thought
Berlin: Shahin Shokoui, DIRECTOR & EDITOR – How to manage a huge 14 camera shoot for WESTERNHAGEN UNPLUGGED



London: JAMES TONKIN - Filmmaking on the Road - James will look at a real world project shot across multiple cameras and resolutions and edited and graded within FCPX, all on the road with a portable Mac Pro setup and completed within 12 hours.



Tea, coffee, bar snacks and alcohol available.



Rory Cantwell & Byron Wijayawardena presents the new Final Cut Pro X 10.3 and ecosystem.



Join presenters and other delegates for a networking opportunity and drinks.

Join us at FCPXWorld

Europe’s first showing of the all new Final Cut Pro X with an exclusive Apple presentation.


Meet the partners we're working with to bring you FCPXWorld

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Jigsaw24 Headline Sponsor

Operating from Nottingham, MediaCityUK and Soho, Jigsaw24 have been providing solutions to the creative industries for over 24 years. Their in-house expertise covers production, post, audio, 3D animation, storage and networking, and they are the UK’s sole provider of DaVinci Resolve for Linux systems, as well as the leading provider of DaVinci Resolve for Mac. Their consultants have all worked in the creative industries and offer empathetic, industry-aware advice to help organisations maintain the up to the minute workflows that keep them ahead of the curve – and the competition.

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Broadcast Now Media Partner

Soho Editors are very pleased to be working with Broadcast Now as the official media partner of FCPXWorld. Broadcast Now: Television and radio news, comment, jobs, data and analysis.

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Archiware provides data management software made in Germany. Archiving, cloning, backup - all in one easy-to-use, modular software suite. Archiware's P5 Archive product is now integrated with FCP X 10.3 via the P5 Archive App, an add-on that lets you archive straight from FCP X as a shared destination.

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Color Finale Pro

Color Grading Central is an online resource that develops information products and tools for helping individuals and companies improve their color grading for video.

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CoreMelt's mission is to bring powerful and flexible tools to video editors with simple workflow and at affordable prices. We take the tools from high end visual effects and bring them to you inside accessible and affordable software. Using our years of experience in feature films and high end TV commercials we redesign complex user interfaces to make our software simple and intuitive to use. We also pride ourselves on our customer service and responsiveness to our users.

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Final Cut Pro X Dedicated News, Tutorials, Reviews & Forums.

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Frame.io is the world’s largest video review and collaboration platform, used by over 200,000 filmmakers and media pros.

Created by filmmakers to solve their own collaboration challenges while participating in the post production of over 100 digital shorts for Saturday Night Live, Frame.io allows you to upload all your source media, work in progress clips, and assets into private workspaces where you can invite your team and clients to collaborate. We replace the hodgepodge of Dropbox for file sharing, Vimeo for video review, and Email for communication, but that's just a start. Frame.io seamlessly integrates with Final Cut Pro X to upload media from your projects in two clicks. Our Apple Design Award winning iPhone app allows you to continue working wherever you go.

Frame.io is backed by industry leaders including Accel (early investor of Facebook), Jared Leto, Kevin Spacey, and more.

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Visual effects toolbox with unmatched features for Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, After Effects, Motion.

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Marquis Broadcast

Founded in 1998, Marquis Broadcast provides a range of media integration products designed for the data-intensive and challenging requirements of today's fast-paced media production environments, enabling producers of digital media to achieve maximum efficiencies from their workflow processes.

X2Pro Audio Convert by Marquis Broadcast, works by integrating Final Cut Pro X into professional audio workflows, converting the exported Final Cut Pro X XML into an AAF file, which Avid Pro Tools can open as a session, delivering seamless integration between the two applications. X2Pro provides a high fidelity conversion to a Pro Tools session, with support for audio gain and key frames. Taking advantage of the innovative metadata-based organizing features in Final Cut Pro X, unlimited numbers of audio Roles in Final Cut Pro X are converted into Pro Tools tracks, allowing sound designers and mixers to start working immediately.

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Designed exclusively for creative professionals, this is shared storage that works the way you do. Meet ShareStation Studio, Indie, and Jellyfish.

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Softron provides best in class software for the Mac that is intuitive, reliable, hassle-free and affordable for the video production and broadcast industries. Softron is based in Brussels, Belgium, in the heart of Europe.

#FCPXWorld Competition

Follow @SOHOEDITORS and tweet including #FCPXWorld & #FCPX

Tweet about what you LOVE about Final Cut Pro X to be in with a chance of winning one of these amazing prizes donated by our lovely partners.

First prize: Bundle 1 worth £4,150 (€4,650) find out what’s included

Second prize: Bundle 2 worth £1,240 (€1,450) find out what’s included


FCPXWorld is happening in the centre of town.

IET London

Savoy Place is fully accessible by all major transport links in the capital. We have listed directions below from the most popular transport routes.

London Underground

Covent Garden | Piccadilly Line
Leave Covent Garden underground station and head south towards Covent Garden Piazza. Go through the Piazza and head down to The Strand via Southampton Street. On reaching The Strand turn left and head eastwards, turning right into Savoy Street. Head down to the bottom of Savoy Street and turn right at bottom, directly into Savoy Place. We are the first venue on your right on the corner of the street.
Embankment | Northern, Bakerloo, Circle and District lines
Leave Embankment underground station via Embankment exit to the right. Turn immediately left onto Victoria Embankment and follow the road along to the first left turn, before Waterloo Bridge, where you will find IET London: Savoy Place on the corner.
London Charing Cross | Northern and Bakerloo lines
Leave Charing Cross station via the main exit into The Strand, turning right outside the station and heading in an easterly direction until you reach Savoy Street on the right. If you reach Somerset House, you have gone too far. Head down to the bottom of Savoy Street and turn right at bottom, directly into Savoy Place. We are the first venue on your right on the corner of the street.
Temple | Circle and District lines
Leave Temple underground station, turning right and right again onto Victoria Embankment. Head westwards, passing underneath Waterloo Bridge and crossing the road, where you will find IET London: Savoy Place immediately on your right as the first building in Savoy Place.
Westminster station | Jubilee, Circle and District lines
Walk along the Embankment, past Embankment Station and follow directions from there (above). Waterloo Station | Jubilee and Northern lines Walking across Waterloo Bridge and down the left hand side steps down to street level. Cross the street and follow the directions above from Temple Station.

National Rail

Liverpool Street station
Seven stops on the Circle Line to Embankment station, walk two minutes from the station to the venue through the Embankment Gardens.
Euston Station
Five stops on the Northern Line to Embankment station, walk two minutes from the station to the venue through the Embankment Gardens.
King's Cross station
Three stops on the Piccadilly line to Covent Garden and follow the instructions above from Covent Garden to IET London: Savoy Place. Alternatively, take the Piccadilly line for four stops, changing at Leicester Square to the Northern line for two stops to Embankment station, walk two minutes from the station to the venue through the Embankment Gardens.
Victoria station
Three stops on the Circle and District Lines to Embankment station.
Waterloo station
One stop on Northern or Bakerloo Line to Embankment station, or walk across Waterloo Bridge to IET London: Savoy Place.

By River Boat

With a venue that sits right on the Thames, what better way to arrive than by water? Combat peak travel and treat yourselves or your delegates to a more enjoyable journey to IET London: Savoy Place by boat. River bus services run every 20 minutes during peak hours. You can use your Oyster card and every customer is guaranteed a seat. Alight at Embankment Pier for a very short walk up to the venue.


The main bus service for the Victoria Embankment is the 388, although there are many other available bus routes on The Strand and over Waterloo Bridge which will bring you within short walking distance of the venue.

Road transport

The easiest option is to type in our postcode ‘WC2R 0BL’ into a route finder or satnav, which will direct you straight to IET London: Savoy Place. There is limited parking outside of IET London: Savoy Place, behind the Embankment Gardens on metered bays. Alternatively, there is an NCP car park just two minutes drive from the venue in Drury Lane, Covent Garden. Please note that IET London: Savoy Place is located within the congestion charge zone.

From the airports

Gatwick express (30 min) to Victoria Station then three stops on the Circle or District line to Embankment Station.
Direct train to Covent Garden via the Piccadilly line, then follow directions from Covent Garden (above).
Stansted Express to Liverpool Street station then seven stops on the Circle Line to Embankment station.
DLR to Bank station then walk through to Monument Station. It's then five stops on the Circle or District Line to Embankment Station.

BESL Meistersaal

Centrally located right next to the Potsdamer Platz, the BESL Meistersaal is a firmly established part of the Media-City-Berlin. Quite unique in the City, this premium Berlin location embodies a neo-classical room with the special tension created when tradition and popular culture meet. Today, as in the past, stars such as David Bowie, U2 and Depeche Mode have turned the Meistersaal into a modern legend. Heavily charged with inspiration, the Meistersaal is the venue of choice for all types of events from technical seminars, gala dinners or to simply crazy happenings.


U2, S1, S2, S25


M85, 200, M41


Tiefgarage Potsdamer Platz, Mendelssohn Bartholdy Park, Köthener Straße


Two of the seminars I went to were in the Soho Editors Theatre and they were both fantastic

Event Visitor

I’m indebted to Soho Editors, what I learn and what I pick up here is just amazing and priceless.

Event Visitor

The advice and responses from everyone today have just been spectacular.

Event Visitor