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Final Cut Pro 7 Essential Training demonstrates why Final Cut Pro is the primary tool for professional video editors. It gives users access to nonlinear editing workflows, collaboration features, and creative tools. Apple Certified instructor Abba Shapiro teaches the core features and tools that will take a hodgepodge of video clips and turn them into a finished project. He moves through the entire process, from selecting and refining the best takes to building a story. Using advanced editing techniques, he shows how to refine that story into a tight and effective show. Abba covers all the steps needed to get up and running, cut a story, mix audio, and deliver a final project. Exercise files accompany the course.
(Music playing) Hi! I'm Abba Shapiro and welcome to Final Cut Pro 7 Essential Training. If you are new to the application, you will learn everything you need to know to build a show. If you are using Final Cut Pro already, you will learn about many of the new features of Final Cut Pro 7, and discover how you can work smarter and faster. Some of the areas that we'll cover include using keyboard shortcuts to quickly scan, select, and edit your media, mixing audio, working with transitions and filters, and color correcting your footage.
We will also explore some advanced editing techniques, such as zooming in and around still images, and stabilizing bumpy shots with the SmoothCam Filter. Now let's explore Final Cut Pro 7.
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