Final Cut Tutorial

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http://files.lynda.com/files/finalcutstudio/index.html

http://multimedia.journalism.berkeley.edu/tutorials/finalcut/

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Final Cut Tutorial

  1. 1. FINAL CUT PRO TUTORIAL Part 1 Screening and Marking in the Final Cut Pro Interface Upon completion of this lesson, students should be comfortable performing the following tasks: • Launch Final Cut Pro • Open and close projects • Navigate the Final Cut Pro interface using menus, keyboard shortcuts, and the mouse • Play and navigate clips in the Viewer • Play a sequence in the Timeline and Canvas • Mark clips in the Viewer • Importing video to final cut • If you are importing Flip video you will have to compress it Part 2 Editing Clips to the Timeline Upon completion of part 2, students should be comfortable performing the following tasks: • Manage project elements • Make Overwrite and Insert edits • Manage Timeline tracks • Import clips • Edit audio clips • Move clips in the Timeline • Use drag-and-drop editing • Change volume of sequence clips
  2. 2. Part 3 Finishing the Rough Cut Upon completion of part 3, students should be comfortable performing the following tasks: • Set edit points in the Timeline • Add cutaways • Edit narration and music tracks • Import folders into the project • Copy and paste clips • Work with markers Part 4 Trimming to Refine Clip Duration . Upon completion of Part 4, students should be comfortable performing the following tasks: • Understand trimming • Trim using the Ripple tool • Trim clips in the Viewer • Trim an edit point by dragging • Trim clips in the V2 Track • Extend an edit point • Trim using the Razor Blade tool Part 5 Trimming and Adjusting Two Edit Points Upon completion of Part 5, students should be comfortable performing the following tasks:
  3. 3. • Trim two edit points at the same time • Slip In and Out points • Roll edit points • Extend edit points • Slide a clip • Reposition a clip • Keeping clips in sync Part 6 Upon completion of Lesson 6, students should be comfortable performing • Create subclips • Create subclips using markers • Use markers to sync clips • Change poster frames • Create a storyboard • Replace edits Part 7 Upon completion of Lesson 7, students should be comfortable performing the following tasks: • Reconnect unlinked media files • Play multiple formats • Work with master clips and match frames • Log notes in Browser columns • Find and label project items Part 8 Upon completion of Part 8, students should be comfortable performing • Use cross dissolve • Use the points to fade in and out • Use effects on transition
  4. 4. A great video tutorials: http://files.lynda.com/files/finalcutstudio/index.html

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