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How to Import Avid MXF to FCP 7/X for Editing with Best Workflow?

To generate Apple Prores codec from Avid MXF files, you can download Pavtube iMixMXF (support Mac OS X El Capitan), which not only helps to transcoding Avid MXF to FCP 7/X for fast and fluid workflow, but also beneficially encodes Panasonic P2, Sony XDCAM MXF, Canon XF MXF, etc to Apple Prores codec for best workflow with FCP 7/X.
http://www.pavtube.com/edit-avid-mxf-with-fcp-7-x.html
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Can't view or open #iPhone videos in #FinalCutPro? Simply follow this tutorial to find the reason and solution to fix this problem.

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“Creating a tasteful ad or other motion design evolving around the topic of food can be a challenging task. Now, every FCPX editor can get a set of tools that will turn that process into a couple of moments of fun. mCuisine plugin offers you an incredible range of animated elements that can be put together into fancy, eye-catching cooking compositions. Simply drag a couple of modules onto your timeline, use on-screen controls to put them in place and enjoy a dynamic and beautiful animated cuisine show. Bon Appétit!”

mCuisine

Another fantastic plugin from motionVFX for Final Cut Pro X. If you are doing cooking videos on YouTube, Instagram, or Facebook; then you will want to grab this plugin. I will purchase a copy of mCuisine this weekend and post a demo of all the features of the plugin, just as I did with mTuber (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=loJOdaX75tQ).

“Creating a tasteful ad or other motion design evolving around the topic of food can be a challenging task. Now, every FCPX editor can get a set of tools that will turn that process into a couple of moments of fun. mCuisine plugin offers you an incredible range of animated elements that can be put together into fancy, eye-catching cooking compositions. Simply drag a couple of modules onto your timeline, use on-screen controls to put them in place and enjoy a dynamic and beautiful animated cuisine show. Bon Appétit!”

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mTuber for Final Cut Pro X

Want to step up your YouTube game? Checkout mTuber plugin set for FCP X.

Purchase link and how to use: http://bit.ly/2pEvgug

#FinalCutProX #FCPX 

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Turbocharge Copy & Paste in Final Cut Pro X with Copy'em Paste

"So instead of having to do a paste after every copy, you can do multiple copies and then paste them all, in the order you wish."

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Every time I try to burn a project there is one clip that remains unprocessed. Recent example, Retiming - Optical Flow and Stabilization. I've tried to render the entire project but it seem this task is stuck. Any work arounds?
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