macProVideo: Final Cut Pro X Tutorial Series 2014
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Final Cut Pro X is a game changer. It's totally rebuilt from the ground up with advanced features and tools that make it one of most powerful-yet easy to use-video editing software available. This is the full series for Final Cut Pro X. It is a very good series and will get you up to speed quickly in Final Cut X. Final Cut X is video editing software for the Macintosh computer and is NOT Windows based.
Final Cut Pro X 101
Michael gives you an advance look at the incredible Magnetic Timeline, Clip Connections, Compound Clips, and the new, intuitive Inline Precision Editor. He also covers the built-in Color Matching, the incredible array of audio enhancements, the media library and much, much more.
Final Cut Pro X 102
In this tutorial, Michael Wohl explains how each clip is analyzed for its content, shot type and image stability. What's cool is that all your audio is checked and corrected for noise and hum too. This means no more exporting to other audio programs and searching for esoteric plugins to fix pesky sound issues. It's all done for you in Final Cut Pro X, and Michael shows you how to take control and optimize all of these amazing features.
Final Cut Pro X 103
No more tracks! When you think about it, aren't tracks really legacy leftovers that are no longer applicable in a digital world? Apple certainly thinks so, and that's whylearning the fundamentals of Final Cut Pro X's new Magnetic Timeline is so compelling! Without the limitations of tracks and locked-in-line clips, the whole editing experience becomes more visual, more adaptable-more like working on an artist's canvas.
Final Cut Pro X 104
In this Advanced Editing Techniques tutorial, the acclaimed Michael Wohl directs his editorial laser beam on the got-to-know essentials of editing in FCP X and it all begins with the art of trimming edits. Just as a sculptor carefully chips away at a block of marble to create a masterpiece, editors, too, cut and trim their edits to help reveal the story locked inside. The concepts you will learn in this Michael Wohl masterpiece will help you transform your first cut into a highly polished Final Cut.
Final Cut Pro X 105
In this tutorial, editor, educator and Final Cut expert MIchael Wohl reveals all the new audio techniques that video editors can do in-appin FCP X to ensure that the audio coming out the other side is cleaner, better EQ-ed and more expertly processed than in previous versions of Final Cut Pro. He takes you on an audio trek beginning with adding clips from external sources, iTunes, and the built-in Music and Sound Effects browser. You'll also learn how to expertly configure audio channels from mono all the way to 5.1 surround.
Final Cut Pro X 106
Final Cut Pro X does effects! In this 42-video exploration, expert FCP educator Michael Wohl shows you everything this awesome new Apple program can do! You'll learn all about Compositing and how FCP X lets you easily create Transformation and Distortion effects. Next Michael talks about the included plugin FX: how to modify and customize them, preview and then apply them to your clips.
Final Cut Pro X 107
First, Michael takes you through FCP X's Basic Color Adjustments. Say goodbye to the color wheel. Here comes Color Board: Apple's way of making the color correction process easier to grasp. Michael explains how the Color Board and its linear interface works and how you can use it most effectively! He explains color balancing using FCP X's intuitive new color controls. For all the musicians out there: if you've ever used an audio EQ, you will feel right at home with these new "EQ-like" interface elements! From there, MIchael takes us to the quick and powerful one-click Color Match tool with some wonderful "before and after" examples. Very cool stuff, indeed!
Final Cut Pro X 108
In this tutorial in our Final Cut Pro X 100 series, Master Trainer Michael Wohl takes you through every important step in the Exporting and Sharing process. First you'll learn all about Media Management -how to best organize and Consolidate your projects. Next is an important section on Rendering where Michael explains how FCP X renders in the background and how you can customize those settings to match your workflow. From there he shows all the different ways you can check your work using Full Screen Playback to make sure that every frame in your project is exactly as you want it to be before you send it out into the world!
Final Cut Pro X 201
Michael begins this tutorial with an overview of the FCP X Multicam workflow. From there you'll dive into the creation of Multicam clips from the Event browser. You'll also learn about Clip Angles and how you can order and synchronize them in FCP X. In the following section Michael explains the Angle Viewer as well as the various ways to edit and switch between multiple camera angles.
Final Cut Pro X 202
Jeff starts you off with an overview of the DSLR workflow. He talks about the importance of proper camera settings to make what you're shooting compatible in the FCP X editing environment. Next on Jeff's agenda is a section on ingesting media that explains the importing options for both video and audio. He then goes on to teach you how to optimize your media either during or after ingest and how to fix audio and color, all within Final Cut Pro.
Final Cut Pro X 204
Organizing your media assets before and during the editing process is key to speeding up your workflow. In this tutorial Final Cut Pro X editor Ben Balser takes you step by step through the media management process. First you'll learn about metadata and the database paradigm that work together to help you organize your clips and get you easy access to them throughout the editorial process. The next section is all about planning your project, management foundations and general digital asset techniques.
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