Adding and adjusting transitions


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Adding and adjusting transitions

Working with transitions in Final Cut Pro X is not that much different than working with transitions in Final Cut Pro 7 and before. However, the engineers have added a couple of new features that are pretty cool. Let's go ahead and step into our Transitions project file and take a look. Now let's zoom in to the shots directly before Pablo's interview. I simply want to put a transition between these break dancers and then the teacher talking to the students. So I select the edit point and use the same keyboard shortcut that you're used to, Command+T. By default Final Cut Pro X puts in a one second transition just like you would have expected.

Now of course keyboard shortcuts are one thing, but a lot of times we want to see our transitions and just drop them into the timeline. To do this, simply go over to the toolbar and press the Transitions button. As you can see Final Cut Pro X gives you a variety of new transitions, as well as all your classics. For instance, if I wan...

Adding and adjusting transitions
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Adding and adjusting transitions provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Abba Shapiro as part of the Migrating from Final Cut Pro 7 to Final Cut Pro X (2011)

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Video
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Final Cut Pro
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