This Final Cut Pro X Absolute Beginner’s Guide is designed to give you the essential knowledge you need to begin editing your first FCPX project. This is the best place to start whether you’re new to FCPX or are moving over from another program!
Starting out with a new video editing program is difficult. That’s why we brought in Apple Certified trainer Iain Anderson to explain Final Cut Pro X. In this course, you learn how FCPX works and everything else you need to know to start editing a project right away! Apple changed the video editing paradigm when it released FCPX. In the several years since its first release, Final Cut Pro X is now being adopted by many video professionals in all kinds of productions. That’s because it provides a great way to edit… once you understand how it works!
In this course, you learn how to import files, manage the library, edit, add FX, color correct and much, much more! Then, once you’re feeling confident, you can jump into our more advanced courses to really hone your video editing skills.
So, learn Final Cut the right way, in this excellent beginner's course by Iain Anderson, and soon you’ll be editing your video in FCPX like a pro!
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Jose wrote on February 4, 2019
Totally recommendable for FCPX novice users. I was FCP6 formerly user and now I've chosen comeback to video production. The gap between FCP early versions and actual FCPX is quite huge, a very different NLE concept that will demand to you learn from beginning
Stuart Martin Oliver wrote on December 7, 2018
Excellent tutor. Concise and flowed well.
Peter O wrote on August 9, 2018
Excellent introduction, very structured and crisply delivered, many thanks for making the "entry" into FCPX so smooth und enjoyable!
Terence wrote on April 2, 2018
Very informative and to the point
Tom Glander wrote on December 3, 2016
The level of detail and instruction in this course is very helpful. I've watched many training films, and have created a few myself... this is by far the best. The explanation of the import process was insightful, and the understanding the import process with the little "clocks" showing the process was invaluable.