Edit flip video in Final Cut Pro – Import flip video to Final Cut Pro and edit flip video Final Cut Pro
Edit flip video in Final Cut Pro(FCP)
Final Cut Pro is a professional video editing application for Mac users
and it is widely used even by many Hollywood people on professional
movie post-production. If you are a flip video fan and you want to give
professional editing to your flip videos, Final Cut Pro is a great choice.
However, Final Cut Pro does not allow raw flip videos to be imported to
Final Cut Pro and you will need to convert flip video to Final Cut Pro
supported formats. Thus, to edit flip video in Final Cut Pro, you can
follow the three parts below:
Part One: Convert flip to Final Cut Pro video
Download Doremisoft Mac Flip Converter and refer to the following
steps to import flip video to Final Cut Pro.
Step 1: Add flip videos
Click the "Add File" button to add the flip videos you want to edit in
Final Cut Pro to Mac Flip Converter.
Step 2: Select a Final Cut Pro supported output format
Click the Profile drop-up list and select
Step3: Convert flip video to Final Cut Pro
Click the "Start" button on the lower right of the interface to start
converting flip video to Final Cut Pro.
Part Two: Import converted videos to Final Cut Pro
Step 1: Launch Final Cut Pro and you can see the layout of the Final Cut
Pro Interface. From under the File command at the top of the interface,
select "Import" and "Files". Thenselect one converted file from the
Choose a File window and press the "Choose" button to choose this file.
Step 2: Find the file in the resources list for the project.
Step 3: Drag the file into the Timeline and then save the project.
Part Three: Edit flip video in Final Cut Pro
Final Cut Pro is a very professional tool with many functions. The
following steps will show you how to use the Timeline:
Step1: Edit video and audio timing
There are three tracks on the Timeline, one for video and the other two
for audio. And you can cut the video and audio tracks all at once in the
Choose the razor blade tool in your menu, and click the times that you
want to split it. You can also set input and output times on the Viewer
window. Final Cut Pro also allows you to layer video tracks on top of
Step2: Add transitions
For flip videos, you might want to use simple and non-distracting
transitions. Then you can just select Fade Out or Cross-Fade transitions.
Step3: Export video
Once you are finished with editing your video, click on File and point to
Export, then you will see a list of options of how you can export the
edited file. For example, if you want to publish your video to the web,
you can click on "Export using QuickTime Conversion". When you see
the naming dialog box, input the name you prefer and at the bottom,
select "MPEG-4" at the bottom, and then select "Broadband-High" under
the format setting. And now click on Save.
As mentioned above, Final Cut Pro is a very good tool for professionals.
If you want to know better about using Final Cut Pro, you can go to
certain Final Cut Pro forums. The most popular one is Los Angeles Final
Cut Pro User Groupn and you can find a lot of useful info there.
You might also want to buy a book and study how to use Final Cut Pro,
such as Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro 7 and learn how to
professional edit your videos with Final Cut Pro.
If you just want to do some basic editing such as cropping, length
trimming and video effect adjustments, you can just use Doremisoft Mac
Flip Converter to get the job done by following How to edit flip video
with Doremisoft Ma Flip Converter.