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FINAL CUT PRO TRAINING - AVID TRAINING - PREMIERE TRAINING  "the greatest threat is not knowing what you don't know"

  


FINAL CUT PRO X TRAINING.

DURATION: 3 DAYS.

COST: R6900 INCL

WHO SHOULD ATTEND FCP X 101 TRAINING?

FCP users who require a deeper understanding of the software functionality than ad hoc training can provide.

Students are allocated enough time time to complete practical exercises. Additional time is available for revision and we explore essential information that does not fall within the standard course curriculum.


LEARN ONCE - USE ALWAYS.


WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

The course covers all the elements of a typical editing project. From media management through timeline editing and adding titles, graphics, effects, audio mixing and export options. Learn time saving keyboard shortcuts and become familiar with production terminology. Successful completion will ensure a comprehensive understanding of the software and open avenues of creative expression.

RECOMMENDED PREREQUISITE KNOWLEDGE.

An element of Mac navigation skills is recommended.


  • COURSE HOURS:
  • 09.00 COURSE COMMENCES
  • 10.00 - 10.15 COFFEE BREAK
  • 12.30 - 13.00 LUNCH. (Light lunch is served).
  • 16.00 TRAINING ENDS



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FCP X TRAINING COURSE CONTENT

   

Introduction

  

Upgrading Existing Events, Projects, and Libraries

Introducing the Job and the Workflow


  

Importing Media

Understanding Clips, Events, and Libraries

Creating a Library


Preparing to Import Camera Source Files

Using the Media Import Window


Creating a Camera Archive


Importing Source Media from a Camera

Navigating Within a Filmstrip

Preview Importing Clips from a Camera Card

Choosing Media Import Options


Applying Media Import Options

  

Organizing Clips

Introducing the Libraries, Browser, and Viewer Panes

Using Keywords


Keywording a Clip


Keywording a Range


Adding Notes to a Clip


Assigning Ratings


Applying Ratings


Customizing a Favorite
Search,

Sort, and Filter


Filtering an Event


Working with Smart Collections


  

Creating a Library-Wide Smart Collection


Detecting People and Shot Composition



Assigning Roles to clips


  

Making the First Edit

  

Understanding a Project


Creating a Project


Defining the Primary Storyline


Appending the Primary Storyline

Rearranging Clips in the Primary Storyline

Modifying Clips in the Primary Storyline

Performing Insert Edits


Rippling the Primary Storyline


Timing the Primary Storyline

Inserting a Gap Clip

Blading and Deleting

Joining a Through Edit

Refining Some Sound Bite Edits

Editing Above the Primary Storyline

Adding and Trimming Connected B-roll

Understanding Connected Clip Sync and Trimming Behaviors

Creating a Connected Storyline

Converting Connected Clips into a Connected Storyline

Appending Clips to a New Connected Storyline

Editing Below the Primary Storyline

Connecting a Music Clip

Finessing the Rough Cut

Adjusting the Edits

Adjusting Clip Volume Levels

Connecting Two Additional B-Roll Clips

Refining Edits Using Cross Dissolves and Fade Handles

Sharing Your Progress


Sharing an iOS-Compatible File

  

Revising the Edit

Versioning a Project

Snapshotting a Project


Lifting from a Storyline


Lifting Clips Out of a Storyline


Replacing a Clip


Replacing the Primary Storyline


Creating Time at 0:00


Working with Markers


Using the Position Tool


Realigning Sound Bites and B-roll to Music

Working with Auditions


Repositioning Storylines

Using Finder Tags

Working with an Audition Clip


Trimming the Tops and Tails
    

FCP X TRAINING COURSE CONTENT (cont)

  

Enhancing the Edit

Retiming Clips


Setting a Constant Speed

Change Editing with Blade Speed


Working with Video Effects

Understanding Masks

Creating a Depth of Field Effect

Working with Video Transitions

Compositing Using Spatial Parameters

Exploring the Video Animation Editor

Compounding Clips


Collapsing a Composite into a Compound


  

Finishing the Edit

Using Titles


Adding and Modifying a Lower Third


Creating 3D Titles


Exploring 3D Options


Working with Audio


Adding Sound to a Clip


Adjusting Volume Levels over Time

Understanding Audio Enhancements



Using the Voiceover Tool


Exploring the Color Correction Tools for Luma

Exploring the Color Correction Tools for Chroma


  

Sharing a Project

Creating a Viewable File

Sharing to an Online Host

Sharing to a Bundle


Sharing a Master File

Creating an Exchangeable File Utilizing Compressor

Managing Libraries

Storing the Imported Media


Importing Existing Files as Externally Referenced

Importing as Internally Managed Clips


Copying as Externally Referenced


Moving and Copying Clips Within a Library

Making a Library Portable

Advancing Your Workflow

Using Manual Settings for a New Project Synchronizing

Dual System Recordings Using Chroma Key

Working with Multicam


Editing Native Formats