Join Ashley Kennedy for an in-depth discussion in this video Launching the software and touring the interface, part of Getting Started with Final Cut Pro 10.2.x.
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- Okay, it's time to start getting our feet wet…in the Final Cut Pro X editing environment.…In order to show you around,…I'm going to first start with this empty interface,…and then, very shortly, I'm going to explore…what things look like with media and projects loaded.…Now, if you've already loaded your library,…just sit back and watch for just a few moments…before I reload the QuickStart library.…And don't worry, in the next movie,…we'll start our workflow in creating a project from scratch,…but for now, I just thought it would be useful…to get you acquainted with the major elements…in the Final Cut Interface.…So, as you can see, we have three basic windows.…
We have the Browser, and this contains our Libraries pane…and this area for previewing clips.…We have the Viewer, and the Timeline space.…Now, the Libraries pane is where you store your libraries.…And because all of your Events,…which contain your projects and your clips,…live in your libraries,…this is basically the space…where you're going to organize everything.…
This course serves as a companion quick-start option to the in-depth Final Cut Pro X 10.2.x Essential Training—so once you've taken this minicourse, you can choose to continue on with nearly eight additional hours of training.