Want to see what's possible for adjusting speed on clips in Final Cut Pro X? This week's vide is just for you. Join Jeff as he takes you through some of the best features of retiming options.
- [Jeff] Welcome to Final Cut Pro X Weekly,…my name's Jeff Greenberg, Nick's not here.…- [Nick] I'm not here this week.…- [Jeff] I'm going to just go ahead here and talk about…the short guide to mastering some of the nuances…of Final Cut X Speed Effects.…I want to take a look at High Frame Rate,…that's where you intentionally shoot…at a higher frame rate than your timeline.…We're going to talk about remapping a clip…so we can drag to get a given speed.…We're going to look at the Speed dialog box…and how to tell things not to ripple.…We're also going to look at the Range Select…in two different ways to change part of a clip,…and we're going to also see how to use Instant Replay,…and at the end, I'm going to show you that Optical Flow…to get the cleanest slow motion…when you didn't shoot high frame rate,…and some of the limitations of it.…
I'm going to go ahead here and I'm going to start with the…High Frame Rate clip.…Now, a high frame rate clip more or less means…that my timeline's frame rate is going to be lower…
- Maximizing your color board
- Mastering speed effects
- Working with Compressor
- Learning helpful keyboard shortcuts
- Uploading videos to the web
- Setting up workspaces
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