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In Final Cut Studio: Round-Tripping, Jason Osder shows how to unleash the potential of Final Cut Studio with the help of other applications in Apple’s video and audio editing suite. This course covers moving projects through the round-trip workflow, including designing motion graphics in Motion 4, performing color corrections in Color 1.5, and mixing and sweetening sound in Final Cut Pro 7 and Soundtrack Pro 3. Exercise files are included with the course.
Hi! I am Jason Osder and I'd like to welcome you to Final Cut Studio: Round-Tripping. In this course, I'll show you how to effectively integrate Final Cut Pro with the other applications in Final Cut Studio. First, I'll go over making basic round -trips with each studio application. Then we'll go deeper to see how each program has unique ways of interacting with Final Cut Pro. We'll see advanced techniques that allow automation and templating so that repetitive tasks take less time.
Finally, we'll see some workflow techniques that might not be obvious, like reconfirming a project in Color or Soundtrack Pro if the edit changes and preprocessing DSL or footage with compressor. If you have some experience with Final Cut Pro but haven't yet branched out into the other applications of the Studio or if you've tried round-trips and gotten confused, this course will help you master these workflows. There can be no doubt that Final Cut Studio has brought unprecedented post-production power to the Mac.
I've spent my career helping all sorts of people use these tools to achieve the most professional results. So, let's get started with Final Cut Studio: Round-Tripping.
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