Final Cut Pro X – The Really Really Simple Guide to Getting Started by Simon Ireson — SkillShare — Free download

Final Cut Pro X is a professional and full-featured piece of software. It allows unlimited creativity and can be used to produce a movie-quality end result. However, like many large applications it can seem a little intimidating at first glance. This course is here to walk you slowly through your first few hours with this video editor.

I start from the very beginning with a tour of the panels and importing your first clips. From there I work through many topics, each increasing your knowledge of Final Cut Pro X and making you more comfortable editing video. My approach is very chatty and relaxed, no high-power, snappy videos here. All is calm and zen. At the end of the course you will have a great grasp of Final Cut Pro X and be able to express your visual creativity without feeling the software is getting in the way.

This course covers:

  • Organising clips in events
  • Creating a project
  • Editing the shape and size of a clip
  • Transitions between clips
  • Effects, speed and colour changes
  • Draw masks
  • Audio
  • Animation
  • Titles
  • Green screen filter
  • Transparency
  • Exporting your final creation

The only requirement is that you have purchased Final Cut Pro X and it is installed on your Mac.

Come along with me as we work through Final Cut Pro X and demystify this amazing application and release our creativity on the world.


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