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In this series you will learn Final Cut Pro X using my 6 step method, it's an acronym that is I.O.S.A.E.E.
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|Section 1: Six Steps|
|Final Cut Pro X has built-in organizational functions to help locate, sort and tag your footage. This is a critical step of the editing process.|
|In this module we will build the rough cut. This is the very first version of our edit. We will make our selections and then place them in the primary storyline.|
Adjustments & Trimming
|In this module we cover effects, transitions and color correction. This is important as we come to the end of our edit.|
|Once you finish your edits, it's now time to export. In this module I teach you how to use the export functions with Final Cut Pro X and send your video to YouTube and other video sharing services.|
|In this tutorial I share how projects and events are managed at the finder level. I also share how to delete render files and free up hard drive space on your computer.|
Chip Dizárd is a Final Cut Pro X Certified Trainer and entrepreneur with a passion for all things technology and media. He graduated from Coppin State University in Baltimore, Maryland with a degree in Media Art/Communcation, and discovered his love for web design in 1999 after he created a web site for local nonprofit organizations in the Washington, D.C. area.
He’s helped numerous organizations build an online presence. In 2002, he founded the new media firm Absolute Presence. The company focused on web development, video production, and media consulting with a focus on serving government agencies, non-profits, and companies.
In 2002, Chip also co-founded Praizevision.com, an online streaming portal where churches and ministries throughout the world can stream services live and on demand.
He also discovered a love for education, and after working as the General Manager of Baltimore City Public Schools Education Channel 77, he now teaches media production for the school district.
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