In Final Cut Pro 10.3 workspaces were introduced. Learn how to access them and create a customized workspace for your specific needs.
- [Nick] Hi, welcome to Final Cut Pro 10 Weekly, I'm Nick.…- [Jeff] And I'm Jeff, and I'm not here.…- [Nick] We're here to talk about setting up…workspaces in Final Cut Pro 10,…and just to let you know,…setting up workspaces is fairly new.…It was introduced in 10.3.…Today we're going to cover a couple things,…and these are the key concepts.…Number one is we can actually use shortcuts…to bring up certain windows.…Command one through seven in particular.…The best of those being command four…which is actually going to be the inspector.…
We're then going to take a look at the new feature of 10.3…which are the workspaces that now ship by default,…and after that, we're just going to take…one of these workspaces,…we're going to add a window and then form that…you can add additional windows of your choice,…and then we can save our own workspace.…That customized workspace of course could be shared…with other people.…I'm going to show you where to find it,…and then you can move between workspaces…on different systems.…Let's hop right to it.…
- Maximizing your color board
- Mastering speed effects
- Working with Compressor
- Learning helpful keyboard shortcuts
- Uploading videos to the web
- Setting up workspaces
Skill Level Intermediate
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