Tutor for Final Cut Pro X
By Noteboom Productions, Ltd.
Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps.
***** "This is a great intro into FCPX. Coming from many years with FCPs this helped me get into X."
***** "This app is a great tutorial and step by step. Bottom line highly recommend it."
***** "Very good video guide for Final Cut Pro X!! 5 Stars!!!"
***** "You simply can't go wrong. The things I didn't realise I could do, wow! Five stars."
***** "This program just makes Final Cut Pro come to life and so easy to understand."
***** "Great introduction... a great start to take some of the fear and bewilderment out of the app."
Learn the basics of working with Final Cut Pro X (version 10.0) with this video tutorial! Final Cut Pro X is Apple's latest version of their professional video editing software. With this new version, Apple introduced a new way of video editing. We show you how easy it is to do basic video editing to more complex video editing including creating collections, creating connected clips, using Ken Burns on photos and videos, stabilizing clips, adjusting color balance, matching color, and more! This Mac app includes 34 how-to videos. Everything you need to get started with Final Cut Pro X!
Find out how to:
- import and analyze your movies.
- work with events and projects.
- favor and reject clips.
- assign keywords to your clips.
- analyze your clips for people.
- create collections of clips.
- precision edit your clips.
- create auditions in your timeline.
- apply the Ken Burns effect to photos and to your movie clips.
- work with generated objects including placeholders.
- apply themes.
- work with audio.
- stabilize your clips.
- create titles.
- use keyframes.
- create To-Do's in your timeline.
- create a still image from a video clip.
- balance and match colors.
- share your project using the media browser.
- Interface Overview
- Importing and Analyzing Video
- Event Browser and Library
- Rating your Clips
- Using Keywords
- Finding People in your Clips
- Creating Collections
- Projects and Project Properties
- Timeline and Clip Appearance
- Selecting and Adding Clips
- Connected Clips
- Appending and Inserting Clips
- Tools Menu
- Precision Editing
- Trimming Clips
- Auditioning Clips
- Adding Effects
- Adding and Working with Photos
- Ken Burns Effect
- Transforming Clips
- Transitions and Transition Options
- Adding Titles
- Generated Items and Placeholders
- Applying Themes
- Working with Audio
- Stabilizing your Clips
- Working with Keyframes
- Using Markers and To Do's
- Retiming and Slow Motion
- Creating Still Images from Clips
- Color Options
- Sharing your Movie
Get the most out of Final Cut Pro X with this Video Tutorial!
What's New in Version 1.4
- Added Notes. Now you can take notes while watching the tutorial.
- New Icon.
Worth every cent, even if you know FCPX
I already know FCPX and work with it often. So what could this teach me? I’m an Expert, right? Yeah, well…. As it turns out, quite a bit. There were features I hadn’t explored or didn’t “bother with,” and these movies showed me what I was missing. Yeah, ok, some of it is really basic. But even if you think you already know FCPX, it’s worth the $6.99 to get caught up on some of the extras – or even just to review stuff and keep it in memory. Need to teach others? This is great review material, on which you could build lessons.
If you’re a total newbie, or just getting into FCPX, these videos will be perfect. I’ve seen starter tutorials go for much, much more, and yet they contained essentially the same content you get with this app, so in my opinion, you can’t beat the price. I just wish the same tutor would do one on Motion – now there’s an app I need to learn more about.
Really good…But Needs an Update
I’ve been using FCP 6-7, etc for the past 10 years and have been putting off the transition to FCP 10 because it was a big learning curve. I took an afternoon and went thropugh all of these tutorials and now I know enough about the differences to start.
While this is good stuff, I am found it a little confusing as it apears that some of the things talked about are no longer included on the version 10.2. I had to really search the help menu to see how to do things in other ways. For example. The project properties adjustments are verey verey different. there is no mote “i” for the inspector, it is now a slider icon, etc.
Worth the money if you have the patience to figure out the upgrades not discussed in this version of the tutorial. If they re-did this as a 10.2, It would be awesome as 10.2 now has even more features like 3D.
Excellent Introduction to Final Cut Pro
I am a complete newbie to video editing - this is my first experience with any kind of video editing software. I had someone show me how to load the videos into Final Cut Pro and give me a few pointers, and then I had to figure it out on my own. I bought this video, and it got me up and running. I'm not doing anything too sophisticated, but this video taught me what I needed to know. I inserted and appended videos to the primary story line, and I connected a video to the primary story line, so I could include a different camera angle while retaining the audio from the primary storyline. I am not qualified to make any comment as to what percentage of the capabilites of Final Cut Pro are covered by this video tutor, but it was certainly a very helpful introduction for a newbie.
- Category: Video
- Updated: Jan 29, 2013
- Version: 1.4
- Size: 1.08 GB
- Language: English
- Seller: Noteboom Productions, Ltd.
- © 2011 Noteboom Productions, Ltd.
Compatibility: OS X 10.6 or later