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Apple Certified - Advanced Editing Techniques

Final Cut Pro X is a revolutionary video editing application that makes it possible for beginners and seasoned professionals to achieve stunning results. This three- day, hands-on course teaches hard-to-find advanced editing and finishing techniques. Learn how to create fantastic effects using filters creatively, color correct like a pro, and create complex audio mixes. This course also covers advanced workflows for managing media, including using Compressor.

 

 

Final Cut Pro X – Advanced Editing - Level 300

 

Final Cut Pro X is a revolutionary video editing application that makes it possible for beginners and seasoned professionals to achieve stunning results. This threeday, hands-on course teaches hard-to-find advanced editing and finishing techniques. Learn how to create fantastic effects using filters creatively, color correct like a pro, and create complex audio mixes. This course also covers advanced workflows for managing media, including using Compressor.

Who Should Attend

This class is designed for those who already have a working knowledge of Final Cut Pro X and who want to increase their skills by learning advanced features and efficient workflows.

What You Will Learn

  • Organizing projects with advanced Metadata techniques.
  • Working with Compound Clips and auditions.
  • Working with Multicamera Editing.
  • Targeting specific areas to color correct with shape and color masks.
  • Finetuning clips in the timeline.
  • Creating custom effects and transitions.
  • Finishing and final output, including working with Compressor

Prerequisites

Knowledge of Mac OS X and basic computer navigation is required. Thorough knowledge of editing terminology is highly recommended. Ideally, students will have attended Final Cut Pro Level 101 course.

Course Outline

Day 1

Organizing Your Media
Working with Metadata
Source Media Metadata
Auto-Analysis Metadata
Adding Your Own Metadata
Working with Metadata Views
Creating a New Metadata View
Modifying Existing Metadata Views
Duplicating and Deleting Metadata Views
Rating Clips, Marking Favorites and Rejects
Adding Keywords
Organizing Keywords
Adding Markers
Filtering Clips
Creating Smart
Collections
Batch Renaming Clips
Relinking Clips

Professional Editing Techniques
Reviewing Editing Basics
Modifying Edits
Project Defined Editing
Backtiming Edits
Limiting Source Media
Combining Complex Edits
Overview of Storylines
Using Secondary Storylines
Applying Transitions to Connected Clips
Breaking Apart Storylines
Understanding Compound
Clips, and Adding Titles to Connected Clips

Working with Auditions
Creating Auditions in the Event Browser or Timeline
Changing Picks
Editing with an Audition
Creating an Audition in the Timeline
Modifying Auditions, Reviewing Clips within an Audition
Finalizing Auditions
Auditions and Effects
Duplicating a Clip into an Audition
Duplicating from Original
Duplicating with Effects
Apple an Effect to all Picks
Adding Effects to Other Clips

Working with Audio
Mastering Audio Levels
Working with Audio Meters and Waveforms
Adjusting Volume in the Timeline
Adjusting Volume Across a Selected Area
Animating Audio Levels, Subframe Audio Adjustments
Adjusting Volume in the Audio Inspector
Resetting All Volume Adjustments
Adjusting Volume from the Modify Menu or Keyboard
Nudging Keyframes
Audio Fades
Crossfading between Clips
Panning Audio
Configuring Audio Channels
Stereo Panning
Animating Pan Effects
Panning in the Timeline
Surround Panning
Preset Pan Methods
Managing Audio Channels
Enabling and Disabling Channels
Breaking Apart Audio Clips

Working with Audio Effects
Audio Equalization
Applying Enhancements Manually
Adjusting Equalization
Equalization Filters
Using Custom Controls
Turning Off or Removing a Clip Effect
Transferring Effects to other Clips
Levels Effects, Reverbs, Spaces and Echo Effects
Distortion Presets
Pitch Shifting and Voice Effects
Preserving Pitch When Retiming Clips and Animating Audio Effects

Day 2

Multicamera Editing
Understanding Multicamera Editing
Creating a Multicam Clip
Viewing the Multicam Clip
Editing With Multicam Clips
Cutting Between Angles
Channel Selection
Switching Angles
Trimming Multicam Clips
Custom Multicam Clip Settings
Modifying a Multicam Clip
Changing Order
Fixing Sync
Adding/Deleting an Angle
Adding Effects

Keying and Compositing
Creating a Multilayered Show Opener
Laying the Groundwork
Using a Compound Clip from the Event Browser
Timing Edits with Markers and Hold Segments
Using Keying and Masking Effects
Automatic Keying and Manual Sampling
Using a Garbage Mask
Advanced Keying
Features, Compositing Generators
Compositing Graphics, Layered Graphics
Advanced Keying Features

Transformations, Effects, and Titles
Transforming Clips
Working with Effects, Browsing Previewing and Applying Effects
Modifying and Combining Effects
Creating Titles, Modifying Titles, Using Text Styles, Custom Titles
Using Roles with Titles

Creating Animation

Animating Clip Position
Keyframing in the Viewer
Keyframing in the Inspector
Keyframing in the Video Animation Editor
Animating a Generator
Creating a Travel Matte
Animating with Transitions

Day 3

Color Correction Basics
Understanding Color Correction
Using an Appropriate Display
Using the Highest Quality Media
Using Original or Optimized Media
Manually Relinking Offline Clips
Learning the Color Correction Interface
Exploring the Interface
Applying Automatic Color Adjustments
Controlling iMovie Adjustments
Using Video Scopes
Adjusting Contrast Using the Color Board

Adjusting Color and Saturation
Using the Color Controls
Manually Eliminating Color Casts
Adjusting Color Temperature Creatively
Using the Global Color Control
Adjusting Saturation, Changing Saturation with Contrast Adjustments
Dissolving Between Two Grades

Color Matching
Understanding Shot Matching
Matching Clips Automatically
Performing Simple Clip Matching
Matching Corrected Clips
Matching Clips Manually
Breaking Down a Scene
Grading the First Clip
Matching Other Clips to the Reference Clip
Copying Grades
Using HIdden Commands to Apply Corrections
Matching Insert Clips
Some Tips on Shot Matching
Using Additional Corrections and Effects in a Scene
Adding Corrections to Individual Shots
Saving and Applying Correction Presets
Adding Correction to an Entire Scene Using Compound Clips
Adding Other Effects to a Grade
Using Broadcast Safe

Creating Isolated Color Adjustments
Using Color Masks
Working Inside and Outside of Masks
Using Shapes to Target Frame Regions
Using a Shape to Create a Vignette
Combining Shapes and Masks
Masking Difficult-to-Isolate Skin Tones
Masking Corrections to the Sky
Animating Shapes

Advanced Sharing and Sending to Compressor
Sending from Final Cut Pro X vs. Sending to Compressor
Exporting Projects and Media for Finishing
XML Round Trips
Exporting Media Using Roles
Sending to Compressor
Understanding the Compressor User Interface
Using Window Layouts
The Compressor Workflow: Batches, Jobs, and Settings
Creating a batch, Adding Jobs, Applying Settings
Destinations, and Actions
Using Automatic Settings, vs. Auto Detect Settings
Creating Custom Settings: Encoder, Frame, Filters, Geometry, Actions
Creating and Using Droplets
Advanced Compressor Topics

Certification Exam

The Cetification Exam is available for those Students who would like to take the end user test to become an Apple Certified Pro: Final Cut Pro X Level Two. However, student must already be Level One certified.

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