Final Cut Pro X Video Tutorial Course

CareerVision Training

£70 - ($57.168)
IVA inc.

Información importante

  • Training
  • Beginner
  • A distancia
  • Duración:
  • Cuándo:
    A definir
  • Envío de materiales de aprendizaje

• Format: DVD-ROM
• Duration: 10.5 Hours (142 lessons)
• Instructor: Andy Anderson
• Platform: Windows PC or Mac


In this Final Cut Pro X Training Course, expert author and teacher Andy Anderson introduces you to this latest version of the popular video editing software from Apple. Whether you are a pro transitioning to FCP X, or a beginner who just wants to put together clips of your children, this video tutorial will teach you how to do that!

Starting with the very basics - setting up your preferences. From there, you will cover topic like organizing and planning your projects, importing your source material, and setting up your project. You will then jump the the heart of the matter - editing. Ripple edits, replace editing, three-point edits, even editing and managing your audio - you will learn it all.

Información importante

Requisitos: This is a DVD Video Tutorial Course which is shipped to you. Work through the video tutorials at your own pace. If you have the software you can practice along with the instructor using the same exercise files as the instructor which are included on the DVD. The narrated training videos demonstrate the key tools and professional techniques helping you to work faster and smarter. All the concepts of each application are explained clearly and precisely. The DVD works on PC and Mac. You can jump to and from lessons and work at your own pace.


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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Final Cut Pro X
Managing Audio


Getting Started
Working Through The App Store
Editing Preferences
Playback Preferences
Import Preferences
Working With The Event Library And View
Understanding The Timeline

Basic Import And Editing In FCP
Organization Is The Key To Success
Creating Events And Projects
Adding Transitions
Editing A Clip With The Blade Tool
Saving FCP For Display

Populating Events With Clips & Files
Events Do's And Do Nots
Importing Files
Capturing From Tape
Capturing Live Video
Organizing The Events Library
Merging Events
Moving And Copying Between Events
Transcoding And Analysis

Working With And Organizing Clips
Opening The Work Files
Organizing In The Event Browser
Marking Clips
Sorting Through Marked Clips
Skimming In The Event Browser

Clips, Keywords, And Metadata
Creating Clip-Related Keywords
Metadata To The Max
Customizing Clip Names
Finding What You Need
Smart Collections
Generating Event Library Folders

Projects & The Timeline
Creating A Working Project
Gaining Control Of Projects
Creating Temporary Projects
Modifying Project Properties
Finding Lost Clips

Appending Versus Inserting
Performing An Overwrite Edit
Connect Track Editing
Replace Editing
Playing A Portion Of A Clip
Viewing Clip Times

Beyond Simple Edits
Editing By End Points
Three-Point Edits
Separating Audio And Video
Deleting Tips
Adding Gaps And Placeholders
Skimming And The Playhead

Editing And Marking Tips & Tricks
Moving Clips On The Timeline
Lifting And Overwriting Clips
The Position Tool And Snapping
Creating Markers
Moving Markers
Converting Markers To A To Do
Searching And Finding Markers

Editing Tips & Tricks
Editing Techniques
Performing A Rolling Edit
Editing Tips And Tricks
Separating Audio And Video
Making Editing Precise

Auditions And Consolidating Clips
What Is Audition
Creating An Audition
Creating An Audition From Multiple Clips
Working With A Secondary Storyline
Generating A Compound Clip

Working With Audio
Adding Audio Work Files
Reading The Waveform And The Music Browser
Working With The Audio Inspector
Controlling Clip Volume
Defining Clip And FCP Volume
Creating And Adjusting Audio Keyframes

More On Controlling Audio
Adding And Fading Audio Clips
Cross Fading Audio
Changing Audio Properties
Panning Audio Clips
Audio Equalization
Matching Audio Clips
Enhancing Audio
Working With Audio Effects
Saving Custom Effects And Filters

Getting Creative With Transitions, Filters, And Mattes
Transforming A Clip
Adding Additional Work Files
Blending Modes And Opacity
All About Mattes
Applying A Key
Controlling Plug-In Effects
Applying Transitions
Overlap Versus Available Media

Titles, Text, And Generators
Creating A Title
Modifying A Title
Additional Title Effects
Creating Basic Text
Working With Generators

Bringing The Timeline To Life
Generating A Basic Animation
Modifying An Animation
Animating A Movie Clip
Additional Animating Effects
Controlling Opacity With Keyframes
Adjusting Animation Keyframes
Changing A Clips Speed
Generating A Speed Ramp
Creating A Freeze Frame
Combining Multiple Clips

Working With Color
Automatic Color Correction
Color Manipulation Using Effects
Understanding Video Scopes
Working With Color Boards
Adjusting Exposure
Controlling Color Saturation
Manipulating Clip Color
Controlling Color Information With Masks
Using Preset Shapes To Control Color
Copying And Pasting Color Information

Getting Ready For Primetime
Gathering Media For Export
Consolidating A Project
Checking Before Exporting
Exporting Quicktime Video And/Or Audio
Exporting Sequences And Frames
Using Apple Compressor
Sharing With The World
Exporting To Blu-Ray And DVD
Browsing Multiple Clips
Adjusting Event Library Thumbnails
FCP X Course Closing Thoughts