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Final Cut Pro X – Survival Guide (Time to start Creating)

Learn Essential Workflows - Time to start Creating Videos
Instructor:
Greg Hung
676 students enrolled
English [Auto-generated]
How to edit a Green Screen Video
How to edit 4k resolution aerial footage
How to prepare for a live interview
Basic coloring, exposure adjustment, stabilization, blurring
How to edit Multi camera multi audio project
Understand how production decisions affect post-production
To create actual aerial videos and client interviews
How to Create Titles

This is a very practical class for beginner to intermediate Final Cut Pro X video editors looking to learn how to setup video shoots for multi-camera and green screen edits. It’s also going to cover the post production side ofthings in Final Cut Pro X. I’ve also included some practical workflows for creating green screen video edits, talking interview edits, and editing 4k drone video footage

Creating the Hollywood film look

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How to set up the Green Screen Studio
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How to work with green screen videos in Final Cut
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How to create the film look - widescreen black borders

Essential Workflows

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How to build custom text and color presets
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How to use different transitions
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How to export different Video files
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How to export different audio files (wave & mp3s)
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How to blur background for Title Intros
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How to do a voice over in Final Cut Pro
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How export a Jpeg still from your video
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How to sharpen footage
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Why and How to export your Finished Project to XML
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Editing a 360 Video in Final Cut Pro X 10.4
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Working with 360 Video Footage in FCPX

Compressor

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Why you need Compressor
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Compressor How to create a template for bulk effects

Entire Workflow Video shoot

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Chiang Mai - Setup and Preparation for the shoot Part 1
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Chiang Mai - Post Production Part 2 of 3
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Chiang Mai - Post Production Part 3 of 3

Motion

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Why do you need motion

Using Final Cut for Stock footage

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Learning to cut a stock clip (Mojito)

Users will learn how to strip audio, stabilize footage, use my sharpening preset, basic color correction and export

2
Cutting Tiger Kingdom clips

Putting it all together

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FCPX - How to synch video and audio
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DJI Mavic editing video

learn how to edit, create a story, find music, and my workflow for creating a video

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Finished DJI Mavic Vancouver Video
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West Van Video Pt 1

learn how to import and curate individual clips to prepare for the final video


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West Van Video Pt 2

Learn how to edit a 4k drone video, lay it on the time line, speed ramp, music selection

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West Van Video Pt 3
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Finish West Van video

Post Production - Hypnosis Video edit

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Mult-cam video 2 speaker talk - editing Part 1 of 2
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Mult-cam video 2 speaker talk - editing Part 2 of 2

Walk through the edit and challenges of doing a 2 person edit

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Summary
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Green Screen
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Mult-cam video editing

Case study from client Video Shoot

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Case Study: Client shoot in Vancouver
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