I got a 30 days free-trial for Lynda.com from Linked in and want to store some video courses in case of expiry. There is an awesome software called “youtube-dl” that is a small (not actually) Python script fetches all video courses that you want at once. Before using this, you need to provide your Lynda.com id, password, and URL where the video course is. More information can be found from the below link.
Need to restore a backup or import a project from another system into FCPX? It’s not as simple as it seems at first glance. You would think that you could just double-click the project file but that produces the following error:
To successfully import these files, you must create a new directory inside your Final Cut Projects or Final Cut Events folder and then copy the project to this new directory. FCPX will determine the project name from the name of the directory but the project file does not need to have the same name.
It’s also worth noting that there is a difference between double-clicking an XML file and importing it via File > Import > XML.
Double-clicking seems to import the file without modifying it, so you will get errors if a project already exists with this ID or the event is not in the exact location as specified in the XML file. However, if you import it via File > Import > XML, it is more intelligent and will assign a new ID if necessary and find the new location of the event if it has changed.
Source from: http://www.digitalrebellion.com/blog/posts/how_to_import_projects_and_events_into_final_cut_pro_x.html
Today, Apple finally got released finalcut pro X.
Although it looks pretty similar with iMovie I expect more professional and easy-way footage editing stuffs are included in this version.
Especially “Color” looks like merged into Final cut Pro X.
Btw, it’s quite cheap. Only cost $299 and $49 for Motion5 from AppleStore.