Posts Tagged ‘tutorial’
FCP X Audio Tutorial Part 1: Adding Sound and Music to Your Final Cut Pro X Projects and Using Snapping to Control Placement on the Timeline
In the first of our tutorials covering audio in Final Cut Pro X, we’ll take a look at how to import sound and music into a project, as well as how to use the “snapping” function to precisely lay media into a timeline.
Keep your Final Cut Pro projects more organized and speed up your post workflow by tagging your media with short comments and keywords. Adding this metadata to your media will allow you to search your FCP project to quickly find the shot you’re looking for!
Final Cut Pro’s 3-Way Color Corrector is a simple, yet robust, filter that allows you to accomplish basic color correction work right from within the application. In this post we’ll look at how the ability to save color grades from the 3-Way Color Corrector is a great way to speed up your time in post and keep your project’s color consistent.
What type of audio file you use within Final Cut Pro will make a big difference in terms of sound quality and integration within the application. In this post we’ll explore the major audio formats (WAV, MP3 and AIFF) and how they work within FCP. Also, learn how to convert files for optimum FCP playback using Final Cut Studio’s Compressor software.
Final Cut Pro’s auto render function can be set to initiate when the application remains idle for a set period of time. Use this feature to save significant time in your post production workflow!
In this tutorial we will take a look at the process of stabilizing footage using Adobe After Effects built in Stabilization feature. We will also look at how to apply a graphical element to the stabilized footage and then how to reverse the stabilization, to give a motion tracked effect to the graphics.