Learn - Final Cut Pro X 10.1 Edition
By Swanson Digital, LLC
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• This is the definitive, fully comprehensive training course for Final Cut Pro X.
• Completely recorded with Final Cut Pro X 10.1.2
• Now includes access to sample video, stills and audio clips to allow you to follow the instruction with a hands-on experience.
• NEW Index feature to allow quick reference to video material.
• 2 PDF indexes are also included as part of the course material, “All lessons” and also “A-Z of all topics”.
• Over 14 hours of Video tutorials in 63 individual lessons!
• Over 600 topics!
The course covers separate lessons for beginners and for the more advanced. This means that those new to Final Cut Pro are not distracted by unwanted detail and that the seasoned user can learn about advanced information without having to go through the basic details they already know about. These advanced lessons cover topics like: Color correction, Skin tone correction, Video Scopes, Audio correction, Keying, Masks, modifying Effects & Generators and Text search and correction.
A major value with Final Cut Pro is the organization of footage, with this course you will find detailed discussion on the ways to organize and quickly be able to access footage for your main edit. You are assisted through the training with clear explanations and reasons why you are using the features.
When you have completed this course you will be able to edit on a commercial basis and will understand workflows that will allow you to complete edits in a timely manner while maintaining a quality output.
The voice and guide behind this course is Bruce Macbryde. Bruce is CEO of VideoEditOz a Sydney production facility specializing in events and corporate web video. Bruce has been editing with Final Cut Pro since 2002, and was the NSW training manager for Final Cut Pro and other Apple software with Australian Apple reseller NextByte for several years. Currently Bruce provides training for Final Cut Pro X, iMovie and Motion.
Basic Import and organization: Run Time: About 1 ½ hours
1st Instructions How to use the Tutorial
Quick Start: Make a 5 minute Movie
How to Update Events & Projects to 10.1
Import from a Card Camera
Import from a Tape Camera or file
Middle Menu Bar
The Effects Browse
Advanced Import and organization: Run Time: About 2 ¼ hours
Library & Event Organization
Transcoding prior to Import
Retaining in and out points
Re-Link Missing Media
Import from FCP7 to FCPX
Favorites, Keywords, Smart Collections
Original, Optimized, Proxy
Live Stream Record & Edit
Basic Editing: Run Time: About 1 ¼ hours
Introduction to Editing
Basic Edit to Timeline
Full edit - Part 1
Basic Inspector - Video
Basic Inspector - Audio
Basic Effects in Timeline
Adjusting MultiCam In the Timeline
Advanced Editing:Run Time: About 7 ½ hours
Adjustments in the timeline
Fine Adjustment in & out points
Edits using Callouts
Keyframes in the Timeline
Keyframes in the Viewer
Color Correction - Masks
Keying - Green Screen
Video Scopes, 2nd Monitor
Complete the Edit - Part 1
Complete the Edit - Part 2 Effects & Generators
Basic Export:Run Time: About ¾ hour
Introduction to Export
Export from Share Menu
Audio levels prior to export
Creating a DVD
Burning Blu-Ray to DVD media
Advanced Export: Run Time: About 1 ½ hours
Export with Compressor
Export with XML
Consolidate and Archive
Overview - Motion
Trouble Shooting Avoid the Spinning Beachball
Learn—Final Cut Pro 10.1 Training
I am a beginner but an learning fast so I was attracted to the simple, beginning side of this training with the options to move to advanced information and help.
Also, for what you get in terms of quality, detail, and organization, the price is fantastic! The step-by-step approach has really been helping me. This is a five-star application for me and one that I will return to now and again as I advance.
Sure looked good. But when I started with the quick start, it asked me to import a clip called 18 footers.
I searched thru my hard disk. This application doesn’t seem to have the file. I tried the support button. No site. I searched the web for Mac U. Maybe I’m suppose to download it from the web. Nothing. The mysterious clip which I am suppose to import cannot be found anywhere. Not a good start for a program that says “access to footge to edit.” If I’m missing something, please correct me and tell me where this footage is.
- Category: Video
- Released: Aug 07, 2014
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 3.57 GB
- Language: English
- Seller: Swanson Digital, LLC
- © 2014 TheMacU.com
Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor