About GUI Scripting

You might notice that every time you upgrade you need to enable GUI scripting again. PostLab uses GUI scripting to reset your recent libraries within Final Cut Pro. This is important for several reasons. The most important one is to prevent you from working on a library that isn’t checked Read more…

About PostLab Bundles

PostLab needs a location on your computer to download the PostLab projects to. You can set this location in your preferences. This defaults to ~/Movies/PostLab/. Every PostLab Project wil download into a bundle. A bundle is a folder on your system that the user will see a file and therefor Read more…

How to use Templates

Why use Templates? Working together with different editors can be a challenge. Every editor will have his or her own preferences regarding how they set up a library; the naming convention they use or what keywords, etc. It can be a real time saver if everybody would use the same Read more…

Where are my recent libraries?

PostLab will automatically clear your recent libraries list in Final Cut Pro. So every time you open Final Cut Pro you’ll see something like this: An empty list. This is done for safety reasons. When using PostLab you must open libraries through the application. This way you get the latest Read more…

System Requirements

To use PostLab you’ll need a mac running Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan or higher. PostLab also requires to have Xcode Command Line Tools installed. If you haven’t installed this PostLab will install it for you. PostLab obviously needs Final Cut Pro and works with version 10.3.4 until the Read more…