Join Nick Harauz for an in-depth discussion in this video Comparison viewer, part of Final Cut Pro X Guru: New Features.
- One of my favorite new additions…to this release of Final Cut Pro 10,…is actually called the comparison viewer.…I use this in a lot of color correction workflows,…and it's a fantastic way to also share stills.…So let's take a look at it, the comparison viewer…can be accessed by heading to the window menu,…and if I go over here to go to,…you'll see that there's an option…to reveal the comparison viewer.…This is going to show up side by side with your viewer itself.…And just to get a little bit more real estate here in…my timeline just going to close down my browser section.…
Now the comparison viewer has two sets,…it has the timeline, and then a saved pan…that we're going to get into in a second.…Now in the timeline, based on where my play head is,…you can see the clip I'm over right now,…being revealed here in the viewer.…I can reveal either the next edit,…or the previous edit to that clip.…So if I moved over here to say this clip,…I could now see the previous edit loaded up,…to the clip here in my timeline,…
- HEVC support
- HDR support
- Color correction
- Color Wheels and Color Curves
- Creating 360-degree video projects
- Virtual reality effects and titles
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 05/17/2018. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: Camera RAW support and importing, creating, and exporting closed captions.
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