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Apple Final Cut Pro X Tutorial Video – Infinite Skills

A Definitive Training Video To Mastering Final Cut Pro X. Learn The Skills To Create Professional Video.
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Infinite Skills
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Learn To Edit Video With Final Cut Pro X
Learn How To Use Many Of The Built In Special Effects
Create Stunning And Professional Looking Video With Ease

In this Final Cut Pro x Tutorial, InfiniteSkills introduces you to this latest version of the popular video editing software from Apple. Whether you are a pro transitioning to FCP X, or a beginner who just wants to put together clips of your children, this video tutorial will teach you how to use Final Cut Pro x!
In this Final Cut Pro x tutorial, you will be starting with the very basics – setting up your preferences. From there, you will cover topic like organizing and planning your projects, importing your source material, and setting up your project. You will then jump to the heart of the matter – editing. Ripple edits, replace editing, three-point edits, even editing and managing your audio – you will learn it all. This Final Cut pro x tutorial then brings the fun with transitions, filters and matts. You will create titles, and add text and even animations to your video. A closer look at color management leads to the most important – sharing your video, and a multitude of output options.

By the conclusion of this computer based Final Cut pro x tutorial, you will be expert on How to Use Final Cut Pro x and be fully capable of importing, editing sprucing up and finally outputting all your video projects, from feature film to baby's first steps. This course includes extensive video and audio working files so that you can learn alongside the author with the same file he is showing in the training.

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Getting Started

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Working Files - Download These First
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0101 Introduction
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0102 Working Through The App Store
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0103 Editing Preferences
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0104 Playback Preferences
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0105 Import Preferences
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0106 Working With The Event Library And View
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0107 Understanding The Timeline

Basic Import And Editing In FCP

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0201 Introduction
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0202 Organization Is The Key To Success
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0203 Creating Events And Projects
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0204 Adding Transitions
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0205 Editing A Clip With The Blade Tool
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0206 Saving FCP For Display

Populating Events With Clips & Files

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0301 Introduction
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0302 Events Do's And Do Nots
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0303 Importing Files
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0304 Capturing From Tape
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0305 Capturing Live Video
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0306 Organizing The Events Library
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0307 Merging Events
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0308 Moving And Copying Between Events
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0309 Transcoding And Analysis

Working With And Organizing Clips

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0401 Introduction
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0402 Opening The Work Files
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0403 Organizing In The Event Browser
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0404 Marking Clips
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0405 Sorting Through Marked Clips
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0406 Skimming In The Event Browser

Clips, Keywords, And Metadata

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0501 Introduction
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0502 Creating Clip-Related Keywords
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0503 Metadata To The Max
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0504 Customizing Clip Names
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0505 Finding What You Need
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0506 Smart Collections
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0507 Generating Event Library Folders

Projects & The Timeline

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0601 Introduction
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0602 Creating A Working Project
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0603 Gaining Control Of Projects
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0604 Creating Temporary Projects
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0605 Modifying Project Properties
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0606 Finding Lost Clips

Editing 101

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0701 Introduction
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0702 Appending Versus Inserting
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0703 Performing An Overwrite Edit
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0704 Connect Track Editing
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0705 Replace Editing
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0706 Playing A Portion Of A Clip
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0707 Viewing Clip Times

Beyond Simple Edits

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0801 Introduction
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0802 Editing By End Points
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0803 Three-Point Edits
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0804 Separating Audio And Video
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0805 Deleting Tips
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0806 Adding Gaps And Placeholders
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0807 Skimming And The Playhead

Editing And Marking Tips & Tricks

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0901 Introduction
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0902 Moving Clips On The Timeline
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0903 Lifting And Overwriting Clips
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0904 The Position Tool And Snapping
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0905 Creating Markers
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0906 Moving Markers
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0907 Converting Markers To A To Do
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0908 Searching And Finding Markers

Editing Tips & Tricks

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1001 Introduction
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1002 Editing Techniques
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1003 Performing A Rolling Edit
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1004 Editing Tips And Tricks
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1005 Separating Audio And Video
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1006 Making Editing Precise

Auditions And Consolidating Clips

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1101 Introduction
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1102 What Is Audition
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1103 Creating An Audition
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1104 Creating An Audition From Multiple Clips
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1105 Working With A Secondary Storyline
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1106 Generating A Compound Clip

Working With Audio

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1201 Introduction
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1202 Adding Audio Work Files
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1203 Reading The Waveform And The Music Browser
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1204 Working With The Audio Inspector
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1205 Controlling Clip Volume
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1206 Defining Clip And FCP Volume
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1207 Creating And Adjusting Audio Keyframes

More On Controlling Audio

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1301 Introduction
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1302 Adding And Fading Audio Clips
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1303 Cross Fading Audio
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1304 Changing Audio Properties
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