‘Classroom in a Cup: Final Cut Pro X’ infuses humor with logic, helping editors of all skill levels master the new Final Cut Pro X editing application
MEWShop students among the first to tackle the industry’s most talked-about new video and film editing tool; Spend two-days with FCP expert Ari Feldman learning all the ins and outs of editing on FCP X
In 2002, Josh Apter was a freelance Avid editor who also had a few private training clients on the side, a couple of whom were keen on learning Final Cut Pro. "There was always this notion in my head that knowing both programs was going to be an important thing for an editor," he recalls. Apter guessed correctly, for today, Manhattan Edit Workshop (MEW) is thriving as both an Apple authorized training center and an Avid authorized education center, and has just built out its new 2,600-square-foot headquarters at 80 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.