In this chapter, it is time to put these advanced trimming techniques together and utilize them in a real world project scenario. In this movie, author Nick Harauz provides footage from a documentary about yoga where you can use advanced trimming techniques to cut the footage together in Apple Final Cut Pro X.
- In this movie, we'll look at cutting…an interview in the timeline.…Let's continue to bring in all the tools…we worked with in previous chapters…and find solutions to get our projects closer to completion.…So I'm in my 3.3 keyword collection,…I double-clicked the project to open it in the timeline.…I'm just gonna play back a couple of these clips,…and then we can decide on some editing decisions…that we can do to trim up this project…a bit better at the front end…and allow you guys to have some time…to make some editing decisions here at the end.…
So I'm gonna have my playhead at this position…and I'm just going to actually do a full screen playback…right now just to get a sense for what we have.…(gentle music)…- And I feel like it depends on the teacher,…if you find a good teacher they really can incorporate…everything that you would want into the yoga class…and so for me and my yoga classes that I teach…we start with a very powerful flow of poses…that are linked together,…and then once I get my students nice and tired…
Join Nick Harauz as he demonstrates advanced techniques for shortening clips, trimming video, and selecting ranges on clips. He shows you how to extend edits, deal with connected clips, compare cuts, use dynamic trimming, and more. Along the way, he includes shortcut commands, so you can expedite your workflow, driving all your editing from the keyboard. To ensure you're ready to use his tips in the real-world, he wraps up the course by going through two examples, cutting dialogue and cutting documentary footage in the timeline.
- Extending edits
- Splitting edits
- Lifting clips
- Comparing cuts
- Working with video from multiple cameras
- Overlapping footage
- Moving between edit points
- Trimming numerically
- Trimming dynamically
- Using the Precision Editor