Learn how to bend a little bit of space and time with Final Cut Pro's time remapping and speed adjustment tools.
- Hi, I'm Jeff Greenberg. In this title we're gonna take a deep look in how we can change time in Final Cut X. One of the things that makes it one of my favorite tools for this sort of work is it allows you to just time in possibly the easiest professional way of any of the NLE's I ever use. Particularly, I'm gonna take a look at how we can reverse clips, re-time clips, hold speed in freeze frames. How we can sit back and adjust speed custom shot by shot basis.
I want to make sure you understand how the different rendering qualities work. Particularly optical flow. We're gonna take a deep look at the automatic adjustments including speed ramping, instant replay, the rewind feature and Jump Cuts and Markers. And we're gonna end up wrapping using the range Tool, the blade speed tool and motion to build the strobe effect and my personal favorite, using high frame rate footage to sit back and get that perfect slow down if you shot it on-set. C'mon, let's get started, let's bend a little space and time.
- Basics of retiming
- Freeze-framing a clip
- Getting the best playback quality
- Understanding the automatic adjustments
- Advance speed changes, including range selections