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  1. It is possible to import subtitles created in a different software into FCPx. Now there are two things to it : (a) Captions (b) Text Subtitles. Captions are often required by law and are useful for watching video when you can't hear the audio or when there are accessibility issues (a hearing impaired persons for example). FCPx can easily import SRT files as File -> Import -> Captions. But Caption files cannot be formatted. They appear as white text on a black background touching the bottom of your video screen. ResolverTools here can format your Premiere exported SRT or XML file into Captions compatible SRT file. It can also convert SRT to FCPXML 1.5. Text Subtitles which appear as text files can be formatted with far more control. XTitle Importer is another tool that can help you import subtitles into FCPx. As I use them on a project I will update this post to show what works and what doesn't.
  2. This is an excellent resource here from Jonny Elwyn. Understanding the FCPx magnetic timeline. for editing video., It starts from the basics and has a comprehensive writeup and video tutorials. "Before we go much further it makes sense to translate a bit of FCPX terminology: Library = Project | Event = Bin | Project = Sequence | Primary Storyline = Track 1 | Secondary Storyline = Other Tracks/Group of Clips | Roles = Tracks if you had stayed organised* | Compound Clips = Nested Group of Clips |"
  3. It seems there are only two ways. The more expensive and direct way is x2Pro. However a cheaper way is XtoCC. X2CC lets you export from FCPx XML to FCP7 compatible xml (you will need to have FCP7 or Adobe Premiere CC). Using FCP7 you can now export your OMF files for sound mix.
  4. FCPx. The More I use it the more Ilove it. Here are some free colour presets for FCPx. Give your footage a retro look with these 10 free vintage presets for Final Cut Pro. (I checked they worked with 10.3.4 but not with 10.4) Will keep adding to this list.
  5. FCPX fits very well into a collaborative workflow, unlike what a lot of people may have you think. premiumBeat has an excellent article on this.
  6. Creating this thread to consolidate the learning son FCPx. FCS Remover is an awesome free tool that helps you delete a complete installation of FCPx. Do read the instructions carefully before using this tool.
  7. What’s New in Final Cut Pro X. (10.2) Final Cut Pro 10.2 takes motion graphics to the big screen with incredible 3D titles, advanced masking tools, and effects enhancements that make it faster and easier to get the perfect look. Final Cut Pro X also adds support for cutting-edge camera formats and includes a number of other improvements, making the best-selling version of Final Cut Pro even better. Apple has made FCPX even better with the 10.2 update. It now supports 3D text, advanced effects for grading and masking with unlimited point options for linear, bezier, or B‑spline smoothing. Work natively with a wider range of formats and edit faster than ever with GPU-accelerated support for RED RAW. Final Cut Pro includes support for the entire Panasonic AVC-Ultra family in addition to Sony XAVC S and JVC H.264 Long GOP. And now you can directly import Sony XAVC and XDCAM formats without the need for a separate plug-in. Import, edit, and share MXF files with Final Cut Pro X and Motion. Native support means there’s no need to transcode or rewrap MXF files from asset management systems or third-party apps. Included Compressor settings make it simple to export OP1a MXF files in a variety of frame rates, frame sizes, and codecs. Importing media is faster with media management, transcoding, keywording, and image analysis options consolidated in the single import window. See at a glance where your media will go and how it will be analyzed on import. Check out whats new here.
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