Learning Final Cut Pro X For Mavericks Training Video

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A Practical Final Cut Pro Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills In this project-based Learning Final Cut Pro X For Mavericks video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications. Follow along with our expert instructor in this training course to get: Concise, informative and broadcast-quality Learning Final Cut Pro X For Mavericks training videos delivered to your desktop The ability to learn at your own pace with our intuitive, easy-to-use interface A quick grasp of even the most complex Learning Final Cut Pro X For Mavericks subjects because they're broken into simple, easy to follow tutorial videos Practical working files further enhance the learning process and provide a degree of retention that is unmatched by any other form of Learning Final Cut Pro X For Mavericks tutorial, online or offline...so you'll know the exact steps for your own projects. Course Fast Facts: Only 6.75 hours to complete this course 115 tutorial videos Expert instructors lead each course Download to any Windows PC or Mac and save for viewing off line Course is accessible 24/7 from any computer once downloaded You can study from home or at work at your own pace in your own time Course Description In this Final Cut Pro X for Mavericks training course, expert author Andy Anderson teaches you how to use this popular video editing software on the Mavericks operating system. This course is designed for the absolute beginner, meaning no prior experience with Final Cut Pro is required.

You will start by learning about the user interface, preferences, and helpful shortcuts. Andy will then teach you how to add media, including adding media from a camera and SD card, importing video from tape, and working with archives. This video tutorial will teach you how to keep your clips organized, as well as teach you editing essentials such as adding clips to the timeline, performing a batch edit, and...

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  • 01. Getting Started
    • Course Introduction
    • About Andy Anderson
    • Ten Deal-Breaker Features In FCP
    • 0104 How To Access Your Working Files
  • 02. Moving Forward
    • Introduction
    • The FCP X Interface
    • Working Through Preferences
    • Getting Efficient With Shortcuts
    • Upgrading Existing Events And Projects
  • 03. Adding Media
    • Introduction To Adding Media
    • The Difference Between Clips, Events, And Libraries
    • Native FCP Formats
    • Creating A Library
    • Getting Ready To Import Media
    • Working With Archives
    • Adding Media From A Camera
    • Adding Media From An SD Card
    • Performing Multiple Edits On An Image Before Importing
    • Additional Import Options
    • Importing Video From Tape
    • When Importing Fails
  • 04. Keeping Your Clips Organized
    • 0401 Introduction To Organizing Your Clips
    • 0402 Organizing Clips With Events
    • 0403 Adding Keywords To Clips
    • 0404 Creating Keyword Shortcuts
    • 0405 Working With Keyword Collections
    • 0406 Adding Notes And Changing Clip Names
    • 0407 Keywording A Clip Range
    • 0408 Ratings, Rejections, And Favorites
    • 0409 Searching Clips With Filters
    • 0410 Creating Custom Keyword Collections
    • 0411 Generating A Smart Collection
  • 05. Editing Essentials
    • 0501 Introduction To Editing Essentials
    • 0502 Creating A Project
    • 0503 Controlling The Primary Storyline
    • 0504 Adding Clips To The Timeline
    • 0505 Performing A Batch Edit
    • 0506 Ripple And Trim Edits
    • 0507 Controlling The Storyline With Gaps
    • 0508 Blade Edits And Joining Clips
    • 0509 Working Above The Primary Storyline
    • 0510 Slipping, Sliding And BackTime Edits
    • 0511 Performing A Three-Point Edit
    • 0512 Lifting And Overwriting Clips
  • 06. On the Job Training
    • 0601 Introduction To On The Job Training
    • 0602 Importing More Media
    • 0603 Building The WEC Project
    • 0604 Mind Mapping The Project
    • 0605 Transforming And Adjusting Clip Lengths
    • 0606 Adding A Freeze Frame
    • 0607 Loading Up The Storyline
    • 0608 Changing The Speed Of A Clip
  • 07. Completing The WEC Spot
    • 0701 Introduction To Completing The WEC Spot
    • 0702 Adding A Placeholder Clip
    • 0703 Adding An Audio Clip
    • 0704 Adding Overlay Text
    • 0705 Setting The Mood With Additional Audio
    • 0706 Adding Transitional Text Clips
    • 0707 Final Cleanup And Run-Through
    • 0708 Markers 101
    • 0709 Controlling Markers
  • 08. Beyond Basic Editing
    • 0801 Introduction To Beyond Basic Editing
    • 0802 Using Hold And Blade Re-Timing Tips
    • 0803 The Need For More Speed
    • 0804 Working With Effects
    • 0805 Modifying Effects
    • 0806 Working With Keyframes
    • 0807 Generating A Compound Clip
    • 0808 Transitions 101
    • 0809 Controlling Clips With Masks
    • 0810 Creating A Default Transition
    • 0811 Copying And Pasting Clip Attributes
    • 0812 Controlling Clips On The Storyline
  • 09. Additional Editing Tips And Tricks
    • 0901 Introduction To Additional Editing Tips And Tricks
    • 0902 Loading The Working Files
    • 0903 Working With Compound Clips
    • 0904 Adding Text Overlays
    • 0905 Working With Audio Clips
    • 0906 Adding Background Music
    • 0907 Editing Audio To A Movie
    • 0908 Performing J-L Audio Edits
    • 0909 Separating Audio And Video
    • 0910 Working With Audition
    • 0911 Working With Proxy Files And Safe Zones
  • 10. Clip Transformations And Color
    • 1001 Introduction To Clip Transformations And Color
    • 1002 Transforming A Clip
    • 1003 Cropping And Trimming
    • 1004 Distorting A Clip
    • 1005 Blending Modes And Opacity
    • 1006 Controlling Special Effects
    • 1007 Working With Transitions
    • 1008 Auto Color Adjust And Color Match
    • 1009 Color Effects And Generators
    • 1010 Final Cut Pro Video Scopes
    • 1011 Color Saturation And Exposure
    • 1012 Creating And Color Mask
  • 11. Final Cut Pro Tricks And Tips
    • 1101 Introduction To Final Cut Pro Tricks And Tips
    • 1102 Using Generators
    • 1103 Working With The Counter Generator
    • 1104 Panning Audio Clips
    • 1105 Enhancing Audio
    • 1106 Using The Luma Keyer
    • 1107 Tricks With White Screens
    • 1108 Working With Chroma Keying
    • 1109 Working With Multicam
  • 12. Getting Ready for Primetime
    • 1201 Introduction To Getting Ready For Primetime
    • 1202 Finding Lost Media
    • 1203 Consolidating A Project
    • 1204 Adjusting Project Settings
    • 1205 Exporting To QuickTime
    • 1206 Exporting Sequences
    • 1207 Using Compressor
    • 1208 Sharing With The World
    • 1209 Exporting To Blu-Ray And DVD
  • 13. Conclusion
    • 1301 Wrap-Up

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