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Beginner to Advanced Final Cut Pro 7 Tutorial

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Beginners Final Cut Pro 7 Tutorial
Duration: 7.5 Hours
Video lessons: 164

Advanced Final Cut Pro 7 Tutorial
Duration: 4.75 hours
Video lessons: 86
A professionally created, self-study video training course
Includes 12 hours of easy to follow Beginner to Advanced Final Cut Pro 7 video tutorials presented by an industry expert.
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Contents from Beginners FCP 7
Organizing a Final Cut Pro Project
Introduction To Chapter 4
Project Particulars
Project Genesis
Laying The Foundation
Adding The Video
Adding Logos And Text
Outputting The Project
Chapter 4 Review

Video Editing Basics
Introduction To Chapter 5
Using Log And Capture
The Timeline
The Viewer And The Canvas
Insert Overwrite - Lesson 1
Insert Overwrite - Lesson 2
Trimming a Clip
Timeline Selection Techniques
Ripple And Roll
Lift And Ripple Deletes
Chapter 5 Review

The Final Cut Pro Timeline
Introduction To Chapter 6
Timeline Basics
Auto Select
Customizing The Timeline - Lesson 1
Customizing The Timeline - Lesson 2
Power Tips
Chapter 6 Review

Beyond Basic Video Editing Techniques
Introduction To Chapter 7
Replace Edit
Fit To Fill
Superimpose
Working With Markers
Searching For Markers
Splitting Clips In The Viewer
Splitting Clips On The Timeline
Slips And Slides
Changing Speed
Freeze Frame
Voice Over
Chapter 7 Review

Working With Audio
Introduction To Chapter 8
Capturing Audio
Mono Vs. Stereo
Rendering Audio
Changing Volume
Using The Audio Mixer
Audio Panning
Audio Transitions
Applying An Audio Filter
Modifying A Filter
Using Audio Filter Keyframes
Hum Removal
Additional Filters
Quick Tip - Using Mixdown
Quick Tip - Viewing A Waveform On The Timeline
Quick Tip - Removing Audio Pops
Quick Tip - Panning A Mono File
Quick Tip - Restoring Sync To A Clip
Quick Tip - Normalizing Gain
Quick Tip - Removing Clip Attributes
Quick Tip - Using The Render Manager
Chapter 8 Review

Transitions in Final Cut Pro
Introduction To Chapter 9
Exploring Transitions - Lesson 1
Exploring Transitions - Lesson 2
Creating Customized Transitions
Applying Transitions
Saving Your Favorite Transitions
Rendering A Transition
Modify A Transition
Shortcuts
Checking Render Status On The Timeline
Quick Tip - Changing The Default Transition
Quick Tip - Applying Multiple Transitions
Quick Tip - Viewing Non-Rendered Transitions
Quick Tip - Safe Vs. Unlimited RT
Quick Tip - Using The Frame Viewer
Chapter 9 Review

Creating Titles
Introduction To Chapter 10
Working With Colors And Tone
Lower Third Text
Outline Text
Crawl Text
Rolling Credits
Typewriter Text
Shape Generator
Boris Effects
Starwars Text
Quick Tip - Apply Video Filters To Text
Quick Tip - Using Master Templates
Quick Tip - Using Key Frames For Effects
Chapter 10 Review

Working With Filters And Color Correction
Introduction To Chapter 11
Removing Color - Desaturating
Aging Video
Colorizing An Image
RGB Balance Tool
Modify Objects Color
Color Correction
Zooming And Panning - Lesson 1
Zooming And Panning - Lesson 2
Additional Filters
Generating Movement
Quick Tip - Copying Color Correction Settings
Chapter 11 Review

Compositing Tricks
Introduction to Chapter 12
Composite Modes - Lesson 1
Composite Modes - Lesson 2
Adding A Composite Mode To A Video
Customized Alpha Channels
Compositing With A Matte
Travel Mattes
Blue Green Screen
Chapter 12 Review

The Final Product
Introduction To Chapter 13
First Things First
Share Files and Sequences
Working With Export Settings
Additional Export Possibilities
Audio/Video Formats
Saving Stills
Print To Video
Exporting To A Digital Video Camera
Time Code Window Burn
Backing Up A Project
Chapter 13 Review

About The FCP Trainer
About The FCP 7 Trainer
Contents from the Advanced FCP 7
Efficiency: Getting More Done without Taking More Time
Introduction
Logging Clips at Warp Speed
Working with Reference Movies
Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts
Proper Log and Capture Workflow
Working with Offline Edits
Working with Multi Cams in Final Cut Pro
Working with Final Cut Pro Internal Tools
Working with Nested Sequences
What We Learned

Editing: Beyond Cut, Copy, and Paste
Introduction
Removing a Blade Edit
The Trim Edit Window
Roll Edits, to the Max
Ripple Edits that Work
Performing a Slip in the Viewer
Electronic Storyboards
Cutting Audio Beat-by-Beat
What We Learned

Editing: Playing Well with Others
Introduction
Creating a Window Burn
Protecting Your Work with Watermarks
Changing Titling Fonts
Exporting Markers as a Text List
Working with SmoothCam
Converting 4:3 Footage to 16:9
Using Media Manager to UP-Rez your video
What We Learned

Editing: With Flair
Introduction
Using the Vectorscope
Perfecting Dissolves
Chroma Key with a Twist
The Need for Speed
Creative Uses for Slugs
Zooming on the Playhead
Power Marking
What We Learned

Editing: Working with Clips and Frames
Introduction
Identifying Affiliate Clips in a Sequence
Working with Match Frames
Matching Freeze Frames
Matching Subclips
What We Learned

Editing: What You See is What You Get
Introduction
Gradient Wipes to the Max
Using a Filter to Generate a Transition
Creating Backdrops on the Fly
Creative Uses of the Blink Filter
What We Learned

Editing: Giving Credit Where Credit is Due
Introduction
Creating a Side-by-Side Credit Roll
Using a Push Slide Transition on Text
Animating a Title Effect
Animating a Gradient
What We Learned

Effects: Change is Good
Introduction
Creating a Film Look to Digital Video
Aging a video
Creating a Aged Look with Vignettes & Color
Generating a Cartoon-Like Effect
Creating a Spotlight Effect
Blurring Facial Features
Matching Color Between Clips
What We Learned

Effects: Additional Tricks
Introduction
Using Gradients for Customized Color Effects
Generating FCP Animations
Still Frame Tricks
Picture in Picture
Exploring FCP Filters
What We Learned

Exporting: The End Game
Introduction
Print to Video Tricks
Publishing to MobileMe
Working with iChat Theater Preview
Working with FCP Pro Share
Working with Chapter & Compression Markers
Burning Blu-Ray Disks
What We Learned

Exporting: Final Thoughts
Introduction
Working with ProRes 4x4
Exporting HDV and XDCAM with ProRes
When to use (and not use) Native codec's
Adjusting Gamma from Mac to Windows
What We Learned
  • Tutor: Andy Anderson
  • Duration: 12 hours
  • Video lessons: 250
  • Product code: 01592
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