Media management in Final Cut Pro X has been simplified, automated, optimized and streamlined. In this tutorial you’ll learn everything you need to know to get your media into the project, organized and ready for cutting!
Back when desktop video editing was just a sparkle in every film editor's eye, Michael was busy creating Final Cut Pro. Learn Final Cut Pro from one of the original designers of this incredible piece of software!
Guess what? No more waiting! FCP X lets you start processing and editing your clips even as they’re being ingested! But that’s only one of its amazing new features ...
In this tutorial, Michael Wohl explains how each clip is analyzed for its content, shot type and image stability. What’s cool is that all your audio is checked and corrected for noise and hum too. This means no more exporting to other audio programs and searching for esoteric plugins to fix pesky sound issues. It’s all done for you in Final Cut Pro X, and Michael shows you how to take control and optimize all of these amazing features.
But that’s just the beginning ... FCP X’s real power lies in its advanced media recognition and organization features. MIchael explains everything in extraordinary detail including the cool new "ingestion" features for digital and tape-based cameras, DSLR, and iMovie.
From there, he moves on to cover everything you need to know about Range-Based Image Stabilization, keywords, the Filmstrip and List views, clip auditioning, clip metadata, custom file naming, using folders, grouping clips, and much, much more!
Join the enjoyable and knowledgable Michael Wohl as he takes you through all the “media” features of Final Cut Pro X .
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BHamester wrote on October 20, 2013
Very complete course! I'm totally happy with it. All the final cut tutorials from macprovideos have proved to be really worth the money.
ekkomouse wrote on August 11, 2013
Very thorough overview of importing into FCPX. I am a new user and this helped a lot. Looking forward to the next one.
Anthony wrote on July 10, 2013
This course was excellent. I already feel like my storytelling capabilities have increased simply by understanding the organizational functions FCPX has available. Thank you!
The Matt Hadder wrote on June 7, 2013
Pretty solid knowledge, check it out for learning how to create tags and collections and stuff
C1ph3rd wrote on March 29, 2013
Good dive into the importing of data into FCPX with lots of tips on how to organize media. Updated with additional features and changes in 10.0.6.
buddy wenke wrote on February 17, 2013
Excellent course...especially for first-time users of FCPX. Now, we need an updated version to cover
the 10.0.7 version!!
liferotp wrote on January 10, 2013
Michael does a great job of going through everything in great detail, but he doesn't assume I'm an idiot and need to be walked through everything like single- versus double-clicking. He keeps up the pace and I feel like I'm learning a lot with every tutorial.
Desiree wrote on April 12, 2012
I was learning Final Cut Pro X from a book and was thoroughly confused before I learned about this site. You explain things in such a clear and concise manner. I highly recommend these videos.
Mary wrote on February 29, 2012
Excellent. I am enjoying learning this program.
Hisham wrote on January 4, 2012
Comprehensive and very helpful. FCP X has been re-written is such a way that allows the editor to organise media in a sophisticated and powerful way. This tutorial will open the door for a variety of ways on how to do just that.