Project structure, formats, frame rates, and the Format tab


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Project structure, formats, frame rates, and the Format tab

Now we are going to switch gears and dive into the area of project data, sometimes referred to as metadata. To set this topic in motion, we will be creating a new project. Before we do that though, let's refresh some concepts about how the hierarchy of projects, bins, and clips work for an editor. Film or videos are made up of a certain number of frames per second, but having to edit with individual frames would be hugely cumbersome. As such, we use clips to keep frames in meaningful collections and then we use bins to keep clips in meaningful collections, and ultimately projects help us keep all of that in a meaningful collection.

The idea behind any of these organizational structures is to allow the editor to organize and access material from any project on the system and then use those clips or sequences in any project or sequence they are currently working on. The engineering teams behind Final Cut Pro and Media Composer took different approaches to solving this need. In Final Cut ...

Project structure, formats, frame rates, and the Format tab
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Project structure, formats, frame rates, and the Format tab provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Steve Holyhead as part of the Migrating from Final Cut Pro 7 to Avid Media Composer 5.5

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Video
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Final Cut Pro Media Composer
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