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The news of the FCP X 10.2 release this week got pretty drowned out by all the noise at NAB. Naturally, new camera announcements always draw the most attention,
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Powerful metadata is one feature that makes Final Cut Pro X powerful. In this post, we share a few videos and training tutorials to show you how to get the very most out of metadata in your FCPX edits.
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Metadata is information generated as you use technology, and its use has been the subject of controversy since the NSA's secret surveillance program was revealed. Examples include the date and time you called somebody or the location from which you last accessed your email. The data collected generally does not contain personal or content-specific details, but rather transactional information about the user, the device and activities taking place...
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If you want to realise the full potential of Final Cut Pro then this is a must read.
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Film and live video production
Writing, directing, editing for film content
  • icm Reporting Ltd
    Director, 2012 - present
    Reporting and making and mini documentaries for events, conferences and general news. Also delivering training for mobile multimedia journalism (MoJo).
  • i-catching movies
    Films, present
    Writing and directing factual films from minute to long form. I also cut the odd drama and comedy.
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Using disruptive video technology to report events and to make films based on real and complete stories.
Once upon a time, long ago and like most boys, I enjoyed a teen rite of passage at the moment I became the owner of my first car. My world expanded and, with my friends, I explored the limits of it and sometimes had the petrol to get back to the nest I was not quite ready to quit.

Just now, life for me is quite like rediscovering my first car in a barn. What is more, it's in surprisingly good condition and is very nearly roadworthy. Since it's also quite like I've not been driving it for a number of years the pleasure of doing so is also new again. All those things that I had thought gone, are back. And so bright that they burn the eyes.

Actually, this is simile and my Sunbeam Rapier Mk III has been a long time crushed. What it was turned into has probably been crushed too. But those lucky atoms and molecules which so adroitly avoided becoming a Hillman Minx still perform some Earthly function however diffuse they have become. And doubtless they retain the pride of having being part of a 60s icon.

Aye me!

What's really happened is that I have rediscovered my first career at the BBC. The work I was drawn to when I was too young (or not old enough) to believe that work should be anything other than what you want to do. Work eventually made too dull to do in a creative organisation where stifling monocular accountants won temporary custody. Assuredly the wrong king and so I left.

But now that work has been digitised, computerised and virtualised. Inevitable technology has rendered it pervasively accessible. And what I dreamed of long ago as ideal self employment no longer needs a big lottery win to implement.

So once again I contemplate a world of journeys; all of which must be started in a state of disciplined ignorance. In this way it is possible to experience the deep satisfaction of finding out how things truly work. Then to pass on the thrills and the knowledge by making films about them.

A film is a story. And stories are what people have always turned to when the world gets too big. The world really is very big but ordinarily we don't notice because it's over the horizon of our own world, which is quite managably small and curved.

This is my story and it tells of how I plan to live happily ever after!
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