Join Nick Harauz for an in-depth discussion in this video Source and project timecode windows, part of Final Cut Pro X Guru: New Features.
- [Instructor] Another welcomed addition…to this version of Final Cut Pro 10…has to do with being able to see time code…from a few different available windows.…So here I have a project opened up in the timeline.…What I'm actually going to do is head to the window menu…and just show you that there's two ways…of being able to select time codes.…So first of all we have project time code,…a floating window shows up and it currently shows…the currently selected project,…and as I move my playhead I'm able to keep track…of the overall time code here in a floating window.…
I could also do some things to change its appearance,…so if I click on this downward arrow here…I can make the background 50%, I can also make it 75,…and place it in a variety of different places…in my Final Cut interface, even making it a little bit…larger to make it easier for me to keep track…of where I am in time,…versus just this display of time code…that you have down here underneath the viewer.…Another welcomed addition happens on the window menu.…
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- HDR support
- Color correction
- Color Wheels and Color Curves
- Creating 360-degree video projects
- Virtual reality effects and titles
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 05/17/2018. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: Camera RAW support and importing, creating, and exporting closed captions.
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