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The Future of Web Video, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

I admit that the nexus is a bit tenuous, but if you're an Apple Final Cut Pro producer, you're undoubtedly producing for the Web. Over the past few months, you've been hearing that Flash is going away, H.264 is going away, and soon you'll have to produce all your video in an open-source video codec...

A Decade of Vanguards, #2 

By D.W. Leitner

CCDs are wonderful. Aside from an occasional stuck pixel, they have proven almost perfect imagers. Stable, reliable, no image burn. So why have CMOS sensors become the darlings of digital cinematography?...

A Decade of Vanguards, #3 

By Jan Ozer

I reviewed my first HDV camcorder, Sony's groundbreaking HDR-FX1, in December 2004, and I have shot most subsequent projects in HDV...

Using Motion Templates in Apple Final Cut Pro, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

Back again working with Apple Motion. When I last left you, you had just finished customizing a Motion template in Final Cut Pro. You liked the effect, but decided that you wanted to change the font and font color, activities that you can only perform in Motion...

Canon EOS 7D Review 

By Jan Ozer

I recently spent about a month with the Canon EOS 7D solely evaluating its video quality, and the results were impressive...

A Decade of Vanguards, #6 

By Barry Braverman

Like the inadvertent inventions of penicillin, the Slinky, and Kellogg's Corn Flakes, the development of the HDSLR as a serious video-capture device was likely no less unintentional. The major manufacturers—Nikon, Canon, and Panasonic...

A Decade of Vanguards, #8 

By Franklin McMahon

During the last decade, 24p—the 24fps rate of film achieved via progressive scan—became accessible and then affordable. Starting with cameras such as the Panasonic AG-DVX100 and Canon XL2...

Using Motion Templates in Apple Final Cut Pro, Part 1 

By Jan Ozer

After shooting, color-correcting, editing, sweetening the audio, and performing other similarly time-consuming project tasks, it's intimidating to think about adding customized animated text...

Apple Soundtrack Pro Tutorial 

By Jan Ozer

As with video, it's hard to capture audio perfectly. Fortunately, Apple Soundtrack Pro makes it easy to correct many common problems. In this article, I'll detail how to remove pops and clicks from your audio file, boost volume via normalization, and remove background noise...

Streaming to the Apple iPhone, Part 2 

By Jan Ozer

In last month's edition of Final Cut Pro Insider, we looked at the technical details behind Apple's HTTP Live Streaming. As promised, here are four case studies of companies streaming to the iPhone...

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