- Bringing media into FCPX
- Navigating through your footage
- Creating an FCPX project
- Trimming and connecting clips
- Adding transitions and audio effects
- Adding basic titles
- Changing the speed and color of video clips
- Reviewing your project before you export it
- Exporting videos
Skill Level Beginner
- Hi, I'm Nick Harauz. I'm a video editor and motion graphic designer. Welcome to this course about creating your first movie in Final Cut Pro X. In this course we're going to take a look at the tricks and tools you should get to know when just starting out for the first time. This course is designed to give viewers a crash overview of Final Cut Pro X and how to use it. We'll be putting together a short video during this class. Along the way we'll look at basic importing and organization strategies, how to easily navigate through clips, assemble them in a project and finish them off with transitions, effects and color correction before export. Let's get started and begin post on our first movie using Final Cut Pro X.
Foundations of Video: The Art of Editingwith Norman Hollyn3h 47m Intermediate
Learning Video Production and Editingwith Rob Garrott18m 54s Beginner
1. Creating a Library and Importing and Organizing Footage
2. Marking Clips and Creating a Timeline
3. Adding Transitions, Effects, and Titles
4. Reviewing and Exporting Your Project
Exporting video for the web4m 29s
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