The Apple Ecosystem for Filmmakers
Day 1 Sessions
- Importing media
- Editing Basics
- Working with Audio
- Titles, Transitions, and Effects
- Color correction
- Sharing a finished video
Join a panel of industry experts who will share their thoughts and leading practices for professional post production with a work-from-home team. How to leverage the Apple ecosystem for filmmakers to facilitate remote editing and finishing, and what changes may persist when the current situation passes? Note there is also an opportunity in this session to ask the experts any general questions you might have about Apple products for filmmakers.
Learn how a leading creator creates beautiful high profile music videos including Oscar winner “Love Me Again” by Elton John.
Learn how to create stunning Motion Templates for titles, effects and transitions and deploy them in Final Cut Pro X.
Learn how a leading creator of YouTube lifestyle content reaching 5 million subscribers daily, gets content & makes high quality content quickly & inexpensively.
Learn how the team behind successful indie comedy “Faith Based” shot on 2 8K RED Monstro cameras and encoded dailies on set and had them ready to review same-day on an iPhone — all on a decidedly small indie budget.
Editing and color correction on an iPad. Learn how to import your projects into Final Cut Pro X for color correction and finishing.
See how content producers at the Ladies Professional Golf Association are using Final Cut Pro X to deliver long form and short, quick turnaround video to multiple platforms. Learn how the LPGA uses custom Motion Templates to make their post production workflow efficient while also delivering high quality, polished content.
Final Cut Pro X has some of the most powerful audio tools of any NLE. Explore unique audio capabilities in this musical step-by-step process demonstrating a completely new way to improve your sound capturing, filtering, and mixing skills.
Learn how to optimize content for social platforms, leveraging budget for influencer marketing and giveaways and using all the great Apple software and hardware for video.
Day 2 Sessions
- Setting up a FCPX audio workspace
- Fast audio fixes
- Best keyboard shortcuts for audio editing
- Assigning and leveraging Roles
- Using FCPX’s native audio tools to enhance and repair audio
- How to read video scopes to better judge and correct your video.
- How to perform basic corrections such as improving color balance, contrast, and the dynamic range of your video clips.
- Understand how to use the Balance Color and Match Color tools
- The differences between the Color board, Color Wheels, Color Curves, and Hue/Saturation Curves ,,,and how to leverage their power.
- How to apply and work with LUTs – LookUp Tables – to quickly balance Log footage
- How to create and save custom color corrections and effects
Join a panel of industry experts to discuss how distance education is shaping strategies for video education. What are the long term implications now that video literacy is important for all educators, not just film students? Note there is also an opportunity in this session to ask the experts any general questions you might have about Apple products for filmmakers.
When it comes to cloud based workflows, the key for editors is having direct access between an NLE and cloud assets. Go behind the scenes with the popular Frame.io web series and see how this completely cloud-based series utilizes Final Cut Pro X as the central tool for remote editorial collaboration.
Learn how to work with 3D Models in Motion using MotionVFX’s m02 plugin.
Learn how to make professional live streams from lighting, to cameras, to switching choices and using Motion for titles and graphics.
Learn how important captioning is to accessing the broadest possible audience for your content — and how easy it is to do!
Learn how to work with ProRes RAW including shooting considerations, RAW to Log workflows, considerations for SDR vs HDR, color correction and delivery.
The iPhone is not just for family video — with the right tools and training you can turn it into a high level pro camera that’s amazingly versatile and affordable – come learn how its done.
Reflecting on lessons learned during Chicago Summer Stories and how you can benefit from what we figured out
Capturing our experience authentically is essential now more than ever. We all believe in storytelling and wish we could have started creating earlier. Apple is bringing students together from around Chicago to learn the video storytelling process experientially, and as a result, learned so much more. See their dynamic, authentic video reflections, their professional-level work and use the same personal video reflection process to showNtell your unique story.
How to teach video to high school students when they have to work from home. Ross dispenses practical advices on how to leverage the Apple ecosystem to teach kids how to make great videos while learning remotely.