Posts Tagged ‘ canon

NAB 2012 Coverage, Including Blackmagic’s Cinema Camera

I wasn’t at NAB, but the company I work for, Doddle, was. Here’s all the coverage from NAB 2012, including the surprise announcment of the Blackmagic Cinema Camera. That one is a bit of a gamechanger, at least for Blackmagic Design, known mostly for their terrific capture/output/monitoring devices and DaVinci Resolve/Lite color correction software. Back to Final Cut Pro X posting shortly.

Canon Releases Plug-In For MXF Import And Editing In Final Cut Pro X

This news came down yesterday (V-Day), but I’m more than happy to see it! Canon finally released a plug-in for editors to cut and incorporate MXF files in Apple’s Final Cut Pro X. If you’re shooting on or editing footage from Canon’s latest cameras, including the great C300, the XF100, XF105, etc., you’re set! Download the Canon XF editing plug-in here (choose “Drivers and Software”).

Be sure to check out FCP.co for further details, plus information to get it to work on Snow Leopard. Hat tip: My pal and FCP X trainer/guru Ben Balser.