The FCP Virtual Day has concluded
The Virtual Day has concluded. Join us for one last screening of the Film Festival submissions on Monday, January 23rd at 5 pm PT / 8 pm ET.
All registered attendees can join the Film Festival Screening through the event platform.
Connect with the FCP Community across the globe!
Join us for the wrap up of the US tour of the Final Cut Pro Global Summit 2022-2023! FCP Global Summit users are invited to attend the Virtual Day on January 18th, 2023 for FREE.
Registrants who purchased an in-person pass for any US city are automatically registered for the Virtual Day. Those who have not already registered can register for the Virtual Day now!
The Virtual Day pass includes access to the full day of online sessions, including panels, Q&A, and Networking Night!
The Virtual Day pass alone does not include the exam, prep course, or conference recordings.
Add the FCP Perks Bundle to your free ticket!
Get the most out of your FCP experience and add on the perks of an in-person pass to your virtual ticket for only $49!
FCP Perks Bundle includes:
- (1) complimentary certification prep course recording
- (1) complimentary certification exam voucher (value $149).
- (1) FCP Global Summit Tour recording bundle post-event
- An E-goodie bag of industry giveaways
Attendees registered for an in-person location do not need to purchase the Perks Bundle. Perks are included in your in-person ticket purchase.
The Virtual Day will be held online on our virtual event platform. See our How to Attend page for more information.
Nick Harauz is a certified Apple trainer.
Nick has an uncanny ability to engage his students and create a level of relatedness that keeps them coming back for more. Since 2002, Nick has also worked with domestic and international brands, offering a wide variety of video production and motion graphic services. He has worked with clients such as Proctor & Gamble, Diageo, Virgin Mobile, Nando’s, Visa and Blackberry.
In 2013, Nick wrote his first book on Apple Motion 5, which is available on Amazon. He spoke at Adobe MAX in 2018 for Adobe and at the launch of CC 2014 in Toronto . Currently, Nick is writing a book in Photoshop for 2021. When he is not teaching, travelling, or creating video content, Nick can be found on his new e-bike.
Jeff I. Greenberg has nearly two decades of experience as a Post-Production consultant and Master Instructor (trainer for other trainers) for Adobe, Apple, and Avid, specializing in the areas of editorial, workflow, compositing, sound, color grading and compression.
Jeff is the owner of JGreenberg Consulting and for a decade was the Principal Instructor for Future Media Concepts. Consistently voted as one of the top seminar speakers/interviewers, audience’s feedback includes depth of subjects covered, approachability and student-centered teaching that helps keep them up to date on industry standards. Jeff teaches seminars at events such as NAB, IBC, CES and Inter BEE. He’s the chair for the Editors Retreat, an annually held exclusive getaway for editors.
Mark Spencer is a creative partner of Ripple Training, where he has trained thousands of people on production and post-production techniques through classes, workshops, YouTube videos, and online training products. He is also a bay-area based producer, editor, teacher and writer.
As the Community Manager at Ecamm Network, Doc Rock is a Creator on a serious mission to remove the friction of the creation process. His 4-decade career expands over several industries, including TV, Radio, Film, and Podcasting. Intently focused on making content creation accessible to all skill levels, audiences love Doc’s practical strategies they can apply personally and professionally.
Matt Cimaglia is the CEO and co-founder of Third Summit, whose flagship platform, Alteon.io, is an ecosystem for content creators that simplifies cloud-based workflows, asset management and remote collaboration. An expert in cutting-edge and Web3 technologies with more than two decades’ experience running an award-winning creative agency, Matt stakes his reputation on a relentless commitment to every project he takes on.
Josh Beal, ACE
Josh Beal, ACE, is a sought-after picture editor living and working in Los Angeles. He has worked on high-profile shows for Netflix, Amazon, HBO, and FX/Hulu among others.
George Edmondson owns a video production company based in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and has been working with MotionVFX to create high-quality tutorials showcasing a wide array of plug-ins and templates. George built his entire company exclusively on Final Cut Pro and Motion and has many years of real-life experience with both applications. He also uses a variety of MotionVFX plug-ins for his work, including an Emmy Award-winning documentary, “Alabama: In The Making,” which used MVFX plug-ins: m02 and muppet.
Dylan Bates, also known as the Final Cut Bro, began making videos at the age of 9 with the help of his filmmaker father. On set, he learned how to use cameras and editing software to tell stories. Dylan’s passion for video creation only grew over time. At 19, he became a full-time editor for a global television production called Hope Generation, where he created weekly shorts meant to bring hope and joy to viewers. In 2020, during the start of the pandemic, Dylan started a YouTube channel to share his experiences with others and help them improve their video-making skills. Since then, he has been working full-time as a YouTube creator and has uploaded over 200 videos to his channel, which has gained over 30,000 subscribers and over 1.7 million views. Dylan’s ultimate goal is to share his love and joy for video creation while continuing to learn and grow every day.
Iain Anderson is a trainer and freelance editor based in Brisbane, Australia. Among other things, Iain is the author of Final Cut Pro Efficient Editing, creator of funwithstuff Annotator (available on FxFactory), an Apple Certified Trainer in Final Cut Pro, a lead trainer for macProVideo.com, a tutorial creator for coremelt.com, a videographer, an editor, an animator, a writer, a designer, and occasionally a coder of Apple Watch and iPad apps. In the past he’s created animations and live videos for Microsoft, virtual islands in Second Life for government, and screensavers for fun.
Josh Morgan runs a video production company in Los Angeles called Momentum Productions. Over the last decade, Josh has taken his knowledge of video editing and film equipment to the internet, teaching ways of the trade. On Instagram, he has been showing viewers how to create fun special effects in under one minute, while on YouTube, he has been focusing more on gear reviews, filming techniques, and digital manuals for multiple brands.
Michael Shabun leads North American marketing strategy, communications, strategic partnerships and video production. Michael specializes in helping overseas brands build their presence in western regions. Previous to joining Insta360, Michael led the business development team for DJI in North America, where he was instrumental in moving the company into the public spotlight through a series of strategic partnerships within entertainment, sports and developing applications across a variety of enterprise verticals. Michael is passionate about using new camera technology to simplify visual storytelling and passing that knowledge onto new users. Michael has produced over 150 branded videos from big product launch videos all the way through to viral social videos, tutorials and documentary style productions. Most of these videos have been produced on shoestring budgets, and Michael emphasizes the principle of producing smarter, not harder.
Cinematographer, Producer and Apple Certified Trainer, Capture.ink —- Lee Herbet is a filmmaker and educator. Through his company, Capture.ink, he and his team have helped some of the biggest brands in the world tell their stories. He loves teaching and delivers workshops all over the world. He writes for a number of online photography and video sties on topics ranging from reviews to “how to” articles. He is also a certified Final Cut Pro Master Trainer.
Gabriel Spaulding is a cinematographer, editor and motion designer with 15 years of experience helping local companies and major corporations solve business challenges and tell their stories. His company, Imagination Machine, was built around the Apple Pro Apps ecosystem.
Gabriel ran a YouTube channel covering all things production and post, and has taught Final Cut Pro to countless individuals as well as large teams of professional editors. He loves teaching, working closely with team members, and watching them succeed.
Trevor and Matt Wentworth
Our Last Night was formed in 2004 by brothers Matt and Trevor Wentworth along with childhood friend Tim Molloy. Combining huge melodic choruses, intense breakdowns, and wide ranging vocals they have created their own brand of post-hardcore. Lyrically the band strive to create a message of hope throughout all of their records. With no label and a massive fanbase, Our Last Night’s DIY approach of self-producing their albums and music videos has become a model for those seeking to make a living doing what they love. Their unique sound and ability to create rock solid covers of todays hits has solidified their success while launching their original music into realms.
Matt runs Holler, a multi-award winning corporate video production company, based in the UK. Final Cut’s at the centre of their post production and has been for over 10 years. They’ve cut over 3000 videos with it for some of the world’s biggest companies like BP, Dell and Oracle. They’ve used FCP to get the creative and competitive advantage over rivals but also to speed up their workflow and bring more inhouse.
Before Holler, Matt spend 20 years as a national news reporter, covering stories all over the world for Sky News and the BBC.