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    Exporting the best resolution still images from th

    February 19, 2013, 8:30 pm
    Exporting video is one thing, but how do you get the best resolution still image out of FCPX? In this latest edition of MacBreak Studio, we find out how to do exactly that.


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      Soho Editors and Ronny Courtens have teamed up to showcase the strengths of Final Cut Pro X in the broadcast arena, with relevant partners and high-end case studies of real world user experiences from across the globe. Join us as we showcase a range of Final Cut Pro X presentations by international broadcast professionals. All demonstrating the latest tools for the modern editor.

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      August 16, 2017, 5:29 am
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      Extracting High Resolution Still Images From Vide

      August 4, 2017, 5:00 am
      Need to get a lot of still images from moving media? One of the spinoffs from using a DAM is the ability to easily process such time consuming tasks. Georgia Dawson looks at how Kyno helps streamline that process. Kyno has had an update to 1.3 and is on sale too!

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      Final Cut Pro X Subtitles with Subvert

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