Join Frank Rohmer for an in-depth discussion in this video The Ripple, Roll, Slip, Move, Slide, and Slow Motion tools, part of Final Cut Pro 6 Workflow.
So I'll make a bet that you didn't know that Final Cut Pro has power tools. …That's right. Final Cut Pro has very powerful editing tools that I like to call power tools, …and they are located over here in this toolbar. …So let's take a quick look at those, and we're going to use a bunch of these in this lesson. …Well, to begin with, we've been using some of these power tools. And, by the way, they …are not really called power tools; …I've just given them that name, but they do give you power--that is for sure. …Anyway, so we've been using some of these tools, like the Selection tool and even the …Zoom tool and the Pen tool, in previous lessons.…
And to use a tool, to begin with, you simply mouse-click on it, like I'll click on this …Blade tool. And then you'd use it and then you'd put it back. …Now, I know a lot of you aren't used to putting tools back, but you need to put the tool back when you're done. …And the way you do that is you navigate up to the Arrow tool when you're done using it …
Designed with the editor in mind, Final Cut Pro 6 Workflow explores the nuts and bolts of this software with concise and thorough tutorials. Instructor Frank Rohmer covers everything from setting up a new project to working with effects and color. He walks through how to create and edit a project in Final Cut Pro 6 from beginning to end, including how to animate photos, filters, and mattes; manipulate audio features; and mix HD and SD formats. Frank also offers advanced tips and tricks that every editor should know.
- Working with HDV
- Customizing the keyboard
- Using Chroma and Luma keying
- Understanding ProRes 422
- Using the SmoothCam feature
- Logging and batch capturing
- Keyframing the audio volume