Are you brand new to Final cut pro X? Are you looking to purchase it for you or your team but want more information before you make the plunge? In this tutorial you will learn the basic overview of the program including how media is organized using events and libraries. We talk about basic in … Continue reading Final Cut Pro X Training lesson 1- Getting Started
If you are new to Final Cut Pro X- it can look a little intimidating since the way it works is different from other Non Linear editing systems. There is no “Tracks” that many of other systems use, only a Primary and secondary storyline.
Don’t struggle with finding the exact clip or take from a shoot, quickly and easily find any media efficiently in FCPX using Keywords and Smart Collections.
Theres times you need to review your best clips or clips that you may not have used yet- in this lesson you will learn how to give your media ratings, and why you would want to.
Using markers in your storyline can be essential for leaving notes or tasks within your projects
Looking to animate stills and video in Final cut pro but don’t want to mess with key frames? Did you know that ken burns animation is built into Final Cut Pro X? In this quick tutorial we look at the Ken Burns effect and what it can and Can’t do.
Its often necessary to adjust color, either for artistic purposes or for correcting errors when recording. In this lesson learn how to use color correction activate color scopes
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to use the built in Censor effect within Final cut pro X, to pixelate or blur out a person or object. Additionally you will learn basics of key frame animation in FCPX
By using proxy media in FCPX you can edit hi res (4k 6k 8k) video on older machines or on the go- without compromising your efficiency.
Final Cut Pro X Training lesson 10- Compound Clips Compound Clips are a useful tool for a variety of workflows in Final Cut Pro X. Whether you are iterating new titles over and over, or need to quickly change the layout of a clip, it offers versatility in your timeline without taking up a lot … Continue reading Final Cut Pro X Training lesson 10- Compound Clips