Final Cut Pro X 10.0.06, cool new stuff from Apple (iPad mini, 4th gen iPad, razor thin iMacs, retina 13″ MacBook, new Mac Mini’s), Canon EOS 5D Mark III full HDMI output, oh my!

Chris Fenwick and planetMitch get excited and excitable about all the new stuff announced this week in episode 96 of the Digital Convergence Podcast – the number 1 talk show about photography, video, and post-production.

But wait! There’s more… Chris shares a cool tip about creating sparse disk images for Final Cut Pro X projects and events, and Chris talks about his folder structure for FCP X projects and events. Is there anything this man does not know?!?


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Podcast Links:

Carl Olson @dfilmtv

Chris Fenwick @chrisfenwick | chrisfenwick.com/

Mitch Aunger @planetMitch | blog.planet5d.com/

Cool Links From the Today’s Show

HDMI disk Recorder during the 5D3 Firmware discussion
Steve Martin’s Sparce Disk Image Tutorial
Chris’ Folder Structure

 

(cover photo credit: snap from the video)



planetMitch

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Mitch "planetMitch" Aunger is the creator and mastermind behind planet5D.com

He's incredibly happy running planet5D and sharing so much joy of photography and filmmaking with his readers.