Creator's Best Friend builds Chapter Markers & Segmented progress Bars for YouTube from Final Cut Pro X

July 27, 2020 1 Comment

Creator's Best Friend builds Chapter Markers & Segmented progress Bars for YouTube from Final Cut Pro X

A new app for any Final Cut Pro X user who publishes to YouTube.

Creator's Best Friend takes the chapter markers from FCP XML and translates them into a list of timestamps for YouTube.

This $9.99 app is a joint venture between Idustrial Revolution and Intelligent Assistance and is available on the Mac App Sore now.

 

1) Place Chapter Markers on the timeline in a Final Cut Pro X Project

Creator's Best Friend for Final Cut Pro X FCPX

2) Export an XML of the Project, or drag the Project into Creator's Best friend

Creator's Best Friend for Final Cut Pro X FCPX

3) Copy the timestamps to the clipboard

4) Paste the data into the description box in YouTube Studio.

Creator's Best Friend for Final Cut Pro X FCPX

 

 

5) Hit save on the YouTube page and you are done!

Creator's Best Friend also supports Emojis

Creator's Best Friend for Final Cut Pro X FCPX

It also supports clickable URLS from the FCPX timeline

Creator's Best Friend for Final Cut Pro X FCPX

For the full story on how Creator's Best Friend was developed, take a look at this post on FCP.co





1 Response

Joel
Joel

September 30, 2021

Not all emojis are supported is this something you can shed some light on?

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