Apple's Final Cut is the single biggest innovation powering story-telling since the invention of the pencil! If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth a thousand pictures ... and thousands more beside ... Video empowers storytelling in exponential ways. And Final Cut Pro empowers video editing.
Video editing is mostly science ... blending pixels over time to create the illusion of motion is the fundamental principle at work whenever you edit in Final Cut. Consequently, it pays in spades to understand the science behind video.
Using routines honed in the classroom, Martin Sitter demystifies frame rates, fields, video resolution and aspect ratios through easy to understand examples. These fundamental concepts supply a solid base to build upon, which Martin quickly does.
You'll learn what codecs to use to maximize real time editing, how to properly nest sequences, multi-camera editing, and a whole lot more.
There's really too much to explain in words ... please check the table of contents below to get an idea of the topics covered.
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Paul Moortgat wrote on May 25, 2009
How do you succeed each time to bring lesson of such high quality? I now a company where these lessons cost 5-6 times more and are not so well done.
Now I bought all the things I need, I can tell you that it's very cheap for 100% quality.
A 5+ rating isn't possible I presume?
Allan MacKInnon wrote on February 23, 2009
Breaks a complex learning task into "bit-size" pieces that are both digestible and tasty! Never thought I could actually learn this stuff, but now it's totally within grasp.
Sten Dereman wrote on January 7, 2009
Great way of learning!
If you could implement more on editing a long concert import as a file and then how to easy divide it into clips.
Matt wrote on December 20, 2008
This isn't the first time i have purchased a tutorial video from these guys (i have logic pro training too). Again, very clear and easy to follow short videos that make learning the whole program easy and interesting. Thanks again!!
Lou D'Agostino wrote on December 15, 2008
Your product is sold at a very fair and affordable price.
The content is excellent, i.e. does indeed offer very good instruction.
Best of all the interface and program work flawlessly.
javier Thompson wrote on December 7, 2008
loved it!! There are many ways to do things in final cut. I would love to see more without hotkeys.
Thanks. The video is awesome!
S.C. wrote on November 3, 2008
Pretty good. I knew most of the stuff but there were a few things that were new to me.
Alexis Rafael Lam wrote on May 11, 2008
I already spent so much money on different tutorial about Final Cut in the US I was so tired watching over and over and I still don't get it... than I forgot about you guys guess what your tutorial are so excellent I just go and find what I'm looking for right away no need to waste time by guessing... GOOD WORK GUYS Excellent
Jorgen Bindslev wrote on April 22, 2008
very inspiring & instructional
Christopher A. Werronen wrote on April 2, 2008
Just for the record, I have enjoyed the first third of your tutorial training Final Cut 5 102.