Join Frank Rohmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Transitions and filters, part of Photography Video Workflow: Final Cut Pro + Canon 5D Mark II.
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So let's talk about adding transitions and filters to our items down here in…the sequence. So at this point the workflow is that you've already placed all…your clips down in the sequence. You've put them in the order that they need to…be in and you've trimmed the in and the out points. We've talked about this in…the previous lessons in this series.…Once you get to this point, then you're ready to add transitions and filters.…There are practical transitions and filters, and there are just basically fun…transitions and filters. If you get a chance to go through all of them, I think…you'll quickly realize which ones are more practical than the fun ones, but…they're all usable and they really spice up your sequence.…
So let's talk about the practical transitions before we move on to the fun…transitions. We'll do the same thing for filters as well. But what I'd like you…to do is right at the very beginning of your sequence you should have a black…clip and your first video clip. We'd like to fade up from black here at the…
Photography Video Workflow: Final Cut Pro + Canon 5D Mark II was created and produced by Frank Rohmer. We are honored to host his material in the lynda.com library.
- Preparing system hardware for editing HD footage
- Creating a Canon 5D Mark II project preset for HD video
- Transferring and importing Canon HD video files into Final Cut Pro
- Editing with three-point edits, drag and drop, and automated techniques
- Understanding transitions and filters for HD video
- Converting non-drop frame to drop frame for broadcasting
- Finishing a project out to DVD, Windows Media, Flash, or QuickTime