FCPXWorld in Broadcast video tutorials at IBC2017 (Part 2)

FCPXWorld in Broadcast video tutorials at IBC2017 (Part 2)

Open up a world of creative possibilities

We are very pleased to release Part 2 of 4 series of presentations focusing on Final Cut Pro X in Broadcast recorded at this years FCPXWorld in Amsterdam.

This set includes and series of amazing insights in to the world of post production with Final Cut pro X by David Lopez (Spain) into how an award winning Prime Time TV show "Salvados" was produced, as well as Peter Wiggins from FCP.co discussing how to edit large broadcast Live Events and transmit on the same day.

Also included are presentations on Softron's latest release of MovieRecorder 4, whilst Sam Mestman from Lumaforge discusses the Past, Present and Future of Post, finishing off with a new way of collaborating and media management for Final Cut Pro X with KeyFlow Pro.

We hope you enjoy them, but more importantly we hope they help you in your future career.

Time to put the coffee on!

David Lopéz – Spain

Spanish post production manager and senior editor David López explains why the award-winning prime time TV show Salvados went Final Cut Pro X, and how they manage to create this weekly show against fierce deadlines.
Peter Wiggins - fcp.co

Peter describes how he uses Final Cut Pro X to edit large live broadcast events that get transmitted the same day. With no margin for error, how does 10.3.4 shape up to getting a polished programme out on time, every time?

Pierre Chevalier - Softron

Just before IBC, Softron has announced a brand new version of its flagship ingest application MovieRecorder 4 with a host of new features. Pierre Chevalier will take you to a tour of all the new features and how MovieRecorder 4 can help you get your editing done while still recording a show.
Sam Mestman – LumaForge USA

Sam will discuss the latest evolutions in the media industry, and he will explain why Final Cut Pro X is the best tool to deal with these new workflows in post production.Mark will explain how they organised and edited around 300 hours of raw material shot on RED Epic, Phantom Miro, Canon 1DC, Panasonic GH4, Sony A7S and GoPro in Final Cut Pro X, working in a collaborative setup on a 2K timeline.
Steve Shim – KeyFlow Pro

Steve will demonstrate the unique features such as Live Folders and on-the-fly Final Cut Pro X Project/Event sharing will be demonstrated with real use cases. And a few upcoming features will be introduced too.