Final Cut Pro 7 Advanced Video Tutorial Course

CareerVision Training

£ 70 - (83 )
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  • Advanced
  • A distanza
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• Format: DVD-ROM
• Duration: 4.8 Hours (86 lessons)
• Instructor: Andy Anderson
• Platform: Windows PC or Mac


In this Advanced Final Cut Pro Tutorial Video, expert author and trainer Andy Anderson introduces you to advanced techniques that go beyond the basics of Final Cut Pro 7.

Andy uses interactive video and audio based training to increase your absorbtion of the information taught in a shorter period of time. Taking you beyond the basics of basic load and cut editing, you will learn how to apply advanced techniques such as converting 4:3 to 16:9, working with nested sequences, using the Vectorscope, and much much more. You watch the author perform the tasks he is teaching, while he explains step by step what he is doing.

Informazione importanti

Requisiti: This is a DVD Video Tutorial Course which is shipped to you. Work through the video tutorials at your own pace. If you have the software you can practice along with the instructor using the same exercise files as the instructor which are included on the DVD. The narrated training videos demonstrate the key tools and professional techniques helping you to work faster and smarter. All the concepts of each application are explained clearly and precisely. The DVD works on PC and Mac. You can jump to and from lessons and work at your own pace.


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Cosa impari in questo corso?

Editing Tools
Nesting Sequences


Efficiency: Getting More Done without Taking More Time


Logging Clips at Warp Speed

Working with Reference Movies

Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts

Proper Log and Capture Workflow

Working with Offline Edits

Working with Multi Cams in Final Cut Pro

Working with Final Cut Pro Internal Tools

Working with Nested Sequences

What We Learned

Editing: Beyond Cut, Copy, and Paste


Removing a Blade Edit

The Trim Edit Window

Roll Edits, to the Max

Ripple Edits that Work

Performing a Slip in the Viewer

Electronic Storyboards

Cutting Audio Beat-by-Beat

What We Learned

Editing: Playing Well with Others


Creating a Window Burn

Protecting Your Work with Watermarks

Changing Titling Fonts

Exporting Markers as a Text List

Working with SmoothCam

Converting 4:3 Footage to 16:9

Using Media Manager to UP-Rez your video

What We Learned

Editing: With Flair


Using the Vectorscope

Perfecting Dissolves

Chroma Key with a Twist

The Need for Speed

Creative Uses for Slugs

Zooming on the Playhead

Power Marking

What We Learned

Editing: Working with Clips and Frames


Identifying Affiliate Clips in a Sequence

Working with Match Frames

Matching Freeze Frames

Matching Subclips

What We Learned

Editing: What You See is What You Get


Gradient Wipes to the Max

Using a Filter to Generate a Transition

Creating Backdrops on the Fly

Creative Uses of the Blink Filter

What We Learned

Editing: Giving Credit Where Credit is Due


Creating a Side-by-Side Credit Roll

Using a Push Slide Transition on Text

Animating a Title Effect

Animating a Gradient

What We Learned

Effects: Change is Good


Creating a Film Look to Digital Video

Aging a video

Creating a Aged Look with Vignettes & Color

Generating a Cartoon-Like Effect

Creating a Spotlight Effect

Blurring Facial Features

Matching Color Between Clips

What We Learned

Effects: Additional Tricks


Using Gradients for Customized Color Effects

Generating FCP Animations

Still Frame Tricks

Picture in Picture

Exploring FCP Filters

What We Learned

Exporting: The End Game


Print to Video Tricks

Publishing to MobileMe

Working with iChat Theater Preview

Working with FCP Pro Share

Working with Chapter & Compression Markers

Burning Blu-Ray Disks

What We Learned

Exporting: Final Thoughts


Working with ProRes 4x4

Exporting HDV and XDCAM with ProRes

When to use (and not use) Native codec's

Adjusting Gamma from Mac to Windows

What We Learned