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Final Cut Pro 6 - Basics by Francisco Aliwalas

The Interface Part 1

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Francisco goes over what tools you'll need to get your footage loaded…
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Francisco teaches how to set up a folder on your computer to hold all…
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Francisco teaches you how to save your project and name it properly.
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Francisco shows you how to properly log your tape footage from your camera…
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Francisco show you how to capture your tape onto Final Cut.
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Francisco gives you a tour of Final Cut's interface. Part 1 of 2.
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Francisco gives you a tour of Final Cut's interface. Part 2 of 2.
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Francisco teaches you how to load and view your video clips into Final…
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Francisco shows you the basics of marking in and out points in Final Cut.
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Francisco shows you where and when you can add your clips to the timeline…
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Francisco shows you how to make an overwrite edit in Final Cut.
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Francisco shows you how to make an insert edit in Final Cut.
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Francisco shows you how to use the blade tool in Final Cut.
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Francisco shows you how to move around clips in your timeline and how…
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Francisco shows you how and why to add B-roll in Final Cut.
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Comments

DFoxII
5:16 pm Sunday
Mar 11, 2012
Keeping everything organized in the browser is important when you are working on a large project. When I first started, I never organized into "bins", and always fount it taking me forever to find anything in there. I fully believe in those "bins" now.