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Final Cut Pro 7
Exploring Final Cut Pro


K KApple Inc. Apple Copyright © 2009 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. 1 Infinite Loop Cupertino, CA 95014 Your rights to the software are governed by the 408-996-1010 accompanying software license agreement. The owner or authorized user of a valid copy of Final Cut Studio software may reproduce this publication for the Apple, the Apple logo, Final Cut, Final Cut Pro, purpose of learning to use such software. No part of Final Cut Studio, iPod, QuickTime, and Soundtrack are t


Contents 7 Chapter 1: A First Look at Final Cut Pro 8 Opening Final Cut Pro 10 Jump In: Explore the Browser 14 Jump In: Explore the Viewer 19 Jump In: Explore the Canvas 24 Jump In: Explore the Timeline 28 Jump In: Work with the Main Windows 29 Learning About Projects, Sequences, Clips, and Media Files 31 Key Concepts 33 Chapter 2: Bringing Media into Your System 34 Jump In: Explore Tape-Based Video Capture 40 Jump In: Explore File-Based Video Transfer 48 Jump In: Import Still Image


55 Chapter 3: Preparing Clips in the Viewer 55 Jump In: Get to Know the Viewer 61 Jump In: Change Clips in the Viewer 62 Jump In: Create a Title Clip 68 Jump In: Change Clips over Time 77 Learning About Motion Parameters 79 Key Concepts 81 Chapter 4: Working with the Canvas and Timeline 81 Jump In: Work with the Canvas 86 Jump In: Work with Tracks in the Timeline 93 Jump In: Edit Clips into a Sequence in the Timeline 97 Key Concepts 99 Chapter 5: Basic Editing 99 Jump In: Trim Clip


141 Chapter 7: Creating Voiceovers 141 Jump In: Add Voiceover Clips 150 Key Concepts 151 Chapter 8: Adding Video Filters and Transitions 152 Jump In: Apply Filters to Clips 157 Jump In: Make Simple Color Corrections 159 Jump In: Add Transitions Between Clips 165 Learning About Transitions 169 Key Concepts 171 Chapter 9: Outputting Your Finished Movie 172 Jump In: Create a QuickTime Movie 173 Jump In: Export a Movie in a Specific File Format 176 Key Concepts 177 Chapter 10: Getting



A First Look at Final Cut Pro 1 Welcome to Final Cut Pro. If you’re new to the Final Cut Pro video editing workflow, this guide is for you. Here you’ll create a sample video project and learn by doing. Each chapter of this book presents major features and guides you in trying things out. Feel free to explore on your own. Have fun learning the basics. Later, when you feel comfortable, you can bring in your own video and other media and begin serious editing with Final Cut Pro. This book as


Opening Final Cut Pro You’ll start by opening Final Cut Pro and creating a sample project. To open Final Cut Pro: 1 Double-click the Final Cut Pro icon in your Applications folder. 2 If you see the Choose Settings dialog, click OK to accept the default settings. When you open Final Cut Pro, it checks to see if a camera or other device is connected to your computer. If no device for capturing video is connected, a dialog appears asking whether you want to connect a device and have Final Cut Pro


3 Click Continue. When Final Cut Pro opens, your screen will look similar to this: Browser Viewer Canvas Timeline On the left you see the Browser, where you create projects and organize bins that hold your clips. Now you’re ready to explore a simple video editing workflow. Chapter 1 A First Look at Final Cut Pro 9


Jump In: Explore the Browser First, you’ll import some clips into your project, and then you’ll explore some important parts of the Final Cut Pro interface. If you have video files of your own on your computer, feel free to import several and work with them as you explore. You’ll learn more about capturing video from a camcorder or other device later. Getting Ready To import sample video files: 1 In Final Cut Pro, choose Help > Final Cut Pro Help. 2 Click the link below the description of th


To import your own video files that are already on your computer: 1 Choose File > Import > Files. 2 Navigate to the folder holding your video files. 3 Select the files you want to import into Final Cut Pro. You can Shift-click or Command-click files to select several at once. 4 Click Choose. Next, you’ll explore the Browser. Your Browser now looks similar to this: Project tab Audio clip Sample video clips Sequence icon Chapter 1 A First Look at Final Cut Pro 11


Try This Feel free to try out any of the following to see what happens. Change the Browser display: m Choose View > Browser Items > as Large Icons to display the clips as icons. m Choose View > Browser Items > as Small Icons to display the clips as smaller icons. Drag the clips around in the Browser to reposition or reorder them. m Choose View > Browser Items > as List to display the clips as a list of items. Create and work with bins: 1 Choose File > New > Bin to create a new bin to hold cli


Create a new sequence: 1 Choose File > New > Sequence. A new sequence icon appears in the project. A sequence represents clips in the Timeline. A sequence might hold a scene, a portion of your movie, or the entire movie. 2 Select the sequences and name them “Scene 1” and “Scene 2.” 3 Double-click the Scene 2 sequence icon and notice that there are now two sequence tabs in the Timeline. Sequence tabs 4 Click the sequence tabs in the Timeline to switch between sequences. After you open a seq


Jump In: Explore the Viewer You use the Viewer to view and edit individual clips, set In and Out points, set markers, and more. Try This Place a clip in the Viewer: m Drag Sample Clip 1 into the Viewer. Change the display of a clip in the Viewer: m Choose Fit to Window from the Zoom pop-up menu in the Viewer. Final Cut Pro resizes the clip to display it completely within the Viewer’s frame. Choose 50% from the Zoom pop-up menu to display the clip at half size. 14 Chapter 1 A First Look at


Play a clip in the Viewer: m Click the Play button to start and stop playing the video clip. Then press the Space bar to start and stop playing the video clip. Scrubber bar Play button m Press J to play the clip backward. Press K to stop playback. Press L to play the clip forward. Press the J or L key several times to accelerate the playback speed, and press K to stop playback. Chapter 1 A First Look at Final Cut Pro 15


Navigate to specific locations in a clip: m Click in the white scrubber bar to reposition the playhead. The scrubber bar represents the length of the clip. m Press the Home key or the End key to move the playhead to the beginning or end of the clip. m Drag the shuttle control right or left to play the clip forward or backward slowly. Shuttle control m Drag the jog control to move the playhead forward or backward by a small number of frames. Jog control m Press the Right Arrow or Left Arrow k


Set and work with In and Out points: m Position the playhead near the beginning of the clip and choose Mark > Mark In to set an In point. Position the playhead near the end of the clip and choose Mark > Mark Out to set an Out point. Click the Play In to Out button to play the clip starting from the In point. Click the Play In to Out button again to restart the playback from the In point. Press the Space bar to stop playing the clip. In point marker Out point marker Play In to Out button m Dr


Navigate between edit points: m Click the Go to Next Edit button or the Go to Previous Edit button to move the playhead to the next or previous edit point. Go to Previous Edit button Go to Next Edit button m Press the Up Arrow and Down Arrow keys to move between edit points. 18 Chapter 1 A First Look at Final Cut Pro


Jump In: Explore the Canvas The Canvas is where you play back the movie that you’ve created in the Timeline. Sequence tab Scrubber bar Transport controls Chapter 1 A First Look at Final Cut Pro 19


Try This Use the Canvas to place a clip in the Timeline: m Drag the clip from the Viewer (just drag the image) into the Canvas until the colored Edit Overlay appears. Drag the clip to the Insert section of the overlay. The clip is inserted in the Timeline. Drag from here... here. Note: If you see a message asking if you want Final Cut Pro to set the Timeline sequence settings to match the incoming clip settings, click Yes. 20 Chapter 1 A First Look at Final Cut Pro

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