FCPWORKS released two new workflow videos demonstrating Apple’s latest release of its Final Cut Pro X post-production software. The videos provide unprecedented access to Apple personnel demonstrating new and powerful features of the application.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 14, 2016
FCPWORKS released two new workflow videos presenting Apple’s latest release of its Final Cut Pro X post-production software. The videos provide unprecedented access to Apple personnel demonstrating new and powerful features of the application.
The videos were produced in partnership with Michael Horton, founder of the Los Angeles Creative Pro User Group and were captured during the group’s most recent meeting in November. The videos showcase Final Cut Pro X being used in the production of a video profile of Japanese botanical artist, Azuma Makoto.
“We’ve been helping customers produce content with Final Cut Pro X since its inception back in 2011 and these videos illustrate the software’s next-generation power and ease of use at its best,” said Noah Kadner, FCPWORKS’ Marketing Director. “We couldn’t be more proud to showcase not only the software but also some of the behind-the-scenes stars from Apple itself demonstrating the software’s awesome capabilities and revealing great tips and tricks.” To see the videos please visit FCPWORKS YouTube Channel and to learn more about FCPWORKS please visit the official site at http://www.fcpworks.com
FCPWORKS is the leading workflow solutions provider worldwide focusing exclusively on Final Cut Pro X. Services include complex network systems integration, workflow design and event production. FCPWORKS was founded in 2013. For more information, please contact Noah Kadner, FCPWORKS at (818) 934-4481 and press(at)fcpworks.com
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