Apple released a new update for Final Cut Pro X, v.10.4.4 and this adds many new features. Many were on the wish lists of Final Cut Pro editors. Also some surprises were included with the update: the inclusion of third party extensions which allow integrations unlike we’ve seen before. Excited to see what’s going to develop in that area.
Editors from around the world are gathered in Cupertino at the FCPX Creative Summit for news about the updates and to share ideas, workflows and learn from one another.
To find out more about the recent updates check out these blog posts and videos made by members of the Final Cut Pro X community. Enjoy.
Ripple Training what’s new
FCP.co blog post
Apple’s FCPX documentation
Apple’s Compressor documentation
Final Cut Pro X and Shared Projects: FINALLY !!
I’ve been playing with PostLab the last few days. It’s a free and open source app that lets you use GitLab with Final Cut Pro X to do version control of editing projects. Yes, this is very cool. Shared Projects, Read only versions of projects. Versions. Of. Projects. Commented. Makes it awesome to work on projects together.
Of course, like any workflow app it can be annoying to those who don’t want to play along. But I like the price and the simplicity of it. Using GitLab means you can have free private repos for shared project sharing. You can use their website on the internet to act as your gateway or you can setup your own internal GitLab server. For Free.
PostLab is pretty awesome with its Final Cut Pro X project sharing and it’s not $100K app that is expensive to setup and everyone hates it. It’s free and some people might not use it, but it could allow for effective remote workflows and nice finely grained version control for projects that need it even in an internal on site production SAN environments.
It’s worth checking out.
Install PostLab, and the Xcode cli tools. Then launch PostLab, agree to the license, authorize accessibility for PostLab to enable it to launch FCPX. And you’re on your way.
All that’s left is to configure a GitLab account. Set u a group and a project. Configure token in GitLab to Enable PostLab with GitLab account access. Then start sharing projects. Enjoy.
Lots of cool set up videos on the PostLab website. Robot narrator says Jit-Lab instead of “Git” Lab, but it’s still worth watching. Do it now.