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Video Editing
4.4 (5 ratings)
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Last updated 1/2016
Arabic
Price: Free
Includes:
  • 14.5 hours on-demand video
  • 9 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
Feeling comfortable with the basic editing operations of FCP 7.
They will cut video clips to a narration track, divide a narration track, cut to music, and add cutaways to cover jump cuts.
Complete their cut by mixing the audio tracks and adding transitions and titles.
Enjoy exploring the different filter options in Final Cut Pro.
Gain a more detailed knowledge of the software and be able to use colour, compositing, motion aspects of Final Cut Pro.
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Requirements
  • Video from camera and some Audio Files mp3 and Pictures
Description

Final Cut Pro 7 Video Editing Course

  • you will learn at this course
  • haw to Create Video Editing for All Films and Promos,
  • you can make editing your Movie ,
  • Use Music with Video to Create Video Editing ,
  • Use all Effects and text, Compositing ,Chroma Key ,
  • All Documentary Film you Can Edit at final Cut Pro 7 ,
  • Haw to Edit Drama Filmes
  • Haw to make Cutting Between two or three Camera
  • Connect Sync Video With Audio
  • You will learn haw to use all Tools
  • Import All Format or From Camer
Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone has a creative and interesting for video editing .
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3 Lectures 26:10

Final Cut Pro 7 Introduction

Introduction
02:35

Introduction for haw to use Mac system and system Preferences Complete guide to System Preferences in Mac OS

  • How to find System Preferences on a Mac
  • How to customise System Preferences
  • What you can do with General in System Preferences
  • How to change Desktop & Screen Saver
  • How to change the Dock using System Preferences
  • Using Mission Control in System Preferences
  • Languages and Regions in System Preferences
  • Security and Privacy in System Preferences
  • Spotlight in OS X
00-introduction 01
16:30

Basics of Working in the Final Cut Pro Interface

There are four main windows in Final Cut Pro that you use while you are making your

movie. You may want to open Final Cut Pro so you can view these windows and familiarize

yourself with them.

To open Final Cut Pro

In the Finder, double-click the Final Cut Pro icon in the Applications folder.

• Browser

  • Viewer
  • Timeline
  • Canvas
  • 00-introduction 02
    07:05

    Introduction Quiz

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    01-Interface
    4 Lectures 29:11

    Final Cut Pro Interface introduction .

    Introduction
    00:49


    How You Use the Browser

    The Browser is a powerful tool used to organize your project’s clips. In the Browser, you

    can sort, rename, and rearrange hundreds of clips in a multitude of ways. You can also

    customize how the Browser displays information about clips to suit your preferred work

    habits.

    How You Can Use the Viewer

    The Viewer is extremely versatile. You can use the Viewer to:

    • Define In and Out edit points for clips before editing them into a sequence

    • Adjust audio levels and panning in the Audio tab

    • Open clips within sequences to adjust durations, In and Out points, and filter parameters

    How You Use the Timeline

    The Timeline and the Canvas display two different views of the same sequence. The

    Timeline shows the chronological arrangement of clips and layered video and audio clip

    items, while the Canvas provides a single view that allows you to watch your sequence

    just as it will appear on a movie or television screen.

    How You Use the Canvas

    In Final Cut Pro, the Canvas is the equivalent of a record monitor in a tape-to-tape editing

    suite; it displays the video and audio of your edited sequence during playback.

    Using Different Window Layouts

    Final Cut Pro comes with a set of predefined window layouts. These layouts determine

    the size and location of the four main windows in Final Cut Pro (the Browser, Viewer,

    Canvas, and Timeline), along with the Tool palette and audio meters. Some window

    layouts include additional windows, such as the Tool Bench. Choose a layout that

    maximizes your screen space in the best way for your source material, editing function,

    screen resolution, and monitor type.

    01-Interface 01
    02:25

    Working with Projects

    How you use and organize your projects depends on the scope of your movie as well as

    your particular organizational style. These factors also affect your decision to use one or

    more sequences in your project.

    Save Project , Close Project , Open Project


    01-Interface 02
    14:52

    Importing Media Files

    You can import single files, a folder, or a group of folders. If you import a group of folders

    that contain folders inside one another, Final Cut Pro imports all files in each folder and

    subfolder that are in formats it recognizes; incompatible file types are ignored.

    Import ( Files , Folder ,Video , Audio , Picture )

    01-Interface 03
    11:05

    FCP7 (2)
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    02-Working With Clips
    9 Lectures 01:21:51

    Working With Clips Introduction

    Introduction
    00:26

    Viewer Interface All Details About Controls and Buttones

    The Viewer is extremely versatile. You can use the Viewer to:

    • Define In and Out edit points for clips before editing them into a sequence

    • Adjust audio levels and panning in the Audio tab

    • Open clips within sequences to adjust durations, In and Out points, and filter parameters

    Note: Changes you make to a clip opened from a sequence are applied to the clip only

    in that sequence. If you make changes to a clip opened from the Browser, the changes

    appear only in the clip in the Browser.

    • Add filters to clips and adjust filters applied to clips

    • Adjust the motion parameters of clips to modify or animate such parameters as Scale,

    Rotation, Cropping, and Opacity

    • Adjust generator clip controls

    02-Working With Clips 01
    11:15

    Viewer , Browser , Mark in , Mark Out , Time Code Viewer

    Marking Controls in the Viewer

    Marking controls let you set In and Out points, add markers and keyframes, and navigate

    to matching frames in master or affiliate clips.

    02-Working With Clips 02
    10:24

    Mark in , Mark out , Clear In & Out , Markers , Edit Markers

    Mark Clip (X): Click to set In and Out points at the boundaries of the clip.

    Add Marker (M): Click to add a marker at the current playhead position. While editing,

    you can use markers to make notes about important points in your sequence

    Mark several possible In or Out points for future use.

    • Quickly move the playhead to a marker in a clip or sequence.

    • Mark a range in a clip that you may want to use as a subclip.

    • Align a clip marker to a marker in an edited sequence to match a visual or audio cue.

    02-Working With Clips 03
    04:08

    Edit Markers , SubClip

    Learning About Subclips

    For organizational purposes, you can break up a single large clip into several subclips.

    Subclips are defined by In and Out points or markers set in the original clip prior to the

    creation of subclips. New subclips automatically become their own master clips, with no

    affiliation to the clip from which they were created.

    02-Working With Clips 04
    08:11

    Browser , Format ( Frame size - Video Rate - Compressor ) SD , HDV

    Media with codecs, frame rates, or image dimensions not supported by real-time

    processing in Final Cut Pro

    You can quickly check clip properties and sequence settings to see if the format of a clip

    and a sequence match.

    02-Working With Clips 05
    12:42

    Browser , Format ( Frame size - Video Rate - Compressor ) SD , HDV

    Final Cut Pro supports

    the latest broadcast, HD, and digital cinema formats.

    you can ingest, edit, and output standard definition (SD


    02-Working With Clips 06
    09:28

    Browser , Format ( Frame size - Video Rate - Compressor ) SD , HDV

    02-Working With Clips 07
    13:44

    Browser , Format ( Frame size - Video Rate - Compressor ) SD , HDV

    Video Format Basics

    • Compressor

    • Image dimensions and aspect ratio

    • Frame rate

    02-Working With Clips 08
    11:33

    FCP7 (4)
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    03-Building the Story
    7 Lectures 01:00:05

    Building the Story Introduction .

    Introduction
    00:31

    TimeLine Interface - Overwrite - Conform your Sequence

    How You Use the Timeline

    In the Timeline and Canvas, tabs represent sequences. Opening a sequence opens the

    Timeline and the Canvas windows simultaneously (if they’re not open already).

    Performing the Different Types of Edits

    The following section tells you how to perform the most common types of edits for adding

    content to a sequence. These procedures assume that you’ve already set In and Out

    points and destination tracks in the Timeline.

    03-Building the Story 01
    15:26

    Edit your Clips at the Time Line

    drag-to-Timeline editing, three-point editing allows you to use both source clip

    and sequence In and Out points to specify the duration of a source clip and where it

    should be placed in a sequence.

    03-Building the Story 02
    06:34

    Add Edit , use Razor Blade Toole .

    Cutting Clips in the Timeline

    Using the Add Edit Command to Cut Clips

    Joining Through Edits (Splicing Cut Clips Back Together)

    Changing the Duration of Clips in the Timeline

    03-Building the Story 03
    17:22

    Use Another Video Track , Pen Toole

    Understanding Sync Relationships Between Multiple Linked Audio Items

    Linked Sync Relationships Between Video and Audio Clips

    Using the Add Edit Command to Cut Clips

    Pen Tool

    When you adjust audio levels and pan settings in the Timeline and Viewer, you mainly

    use the Selection and Pen tools. The Pen tools allow you to add, move, and delete audio

    level and pan keyframes in the clip overlays in the Timeline as well as in the Viewer

    03-Building the Story 04
    08:15

    If you’ve arranged clips in the Browser according to the order you want them to appear in your sequence (creating a storyboard), you can drag all of them to the Timeline to quickly create a rough edit. If you want, you can also specify In and Out points for each clip in your storyboard, and then drag them to your sequence.

    03-Building the Story 05
    04:53

    Doing Simple Insert and Overwrite Edits in the Timeline

    When you drag clips to the Timeline, you can perform insert or overwrite edits.

    You can drag a source clip to the unused space above or below the current tracks to create a new track for that clip.

    03-Building the Story 06
    07:04

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    04- Advanced Editing Techniques A
    4 Lectures 30:19

    Advanced Editing Techniques A Introduction

    Introduction
    00:28

    • Linked Selection button: Click this to turn linked selection on and off. With linked selection on, clicking a video or audio clip item selects all other items linked to that item. If linked selection is off, only the clip item you click is selected, even if it is linked to other items. This is useful for editing the audio In or Out point of a clip separately from the video, such as when doing a split edit. You can also turn linked selection on and off by choosing Edit > Linked Selection (or by pressing Shift-L).
    04- Advanced Editing Techniques A 01
    10:04

    Editing TimeLine , Link , Linked Selection , User Preferences .

    Choose Modify > Link (or press Command-L) to link the clip items together.

    Changing User Preferences

    A preference modifies how a particular Final Cut Pro feature behaves. Most preferences can be turned on or off at any time, whereas others accept a value, such as the number of Undo levels or the name of a label.


    04- Advanced Editing Techniques A 02
    03:14

    Overwrite , Insert , Fit To Fill, Replace , Superimpose , Editing Time Line

    • Overwrite: Replaces the clip items in the destination sequence track with the clip in the Viewer.
    • Insert: Pushes clip items in the sequence forward to accommodate the clip from the Viewer.
    • Replace: Replaces the clip item beneath the Canvas/Timeline playhead with the clip in the Viewer, using the playhead position in both windows as a synchronization point.
    • Fit to Fill: Speeds up or slows down the clip in the Viewer to fit between the In and Out points set in the Canvas and Timeline.
    • Superimpose: Edits the clip in the Viewer into a track above the sequence clip that intersects the playhead.
    04- Advanced Editing Techniques A 03
    16:33

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    05- Advanced Editing Techniques B
    6 Lectures 01:07:39

    Advanced Editing Techniques B Introduction .

    Introduction
    00:34


    About Trimming with Slip, Slide, Ripple, and Roll Tools

    The Slip, Slide, Ripple, and Roll tools are specialized tools that you can use to make fine adjustments to the In and Out points of clips in your sequence. Fine-tuning your edits with these tools is also referred to as trimming.

    05- Advanced Editing Techniques B 01
    17:23

    Ripple Toole , Roll Tool

    Using the Roll Tool to Change Where a Cut Occurs

    • A roll edit adjusts the Out point and In point of two adjacent clips simultaneously. If you like where two clips are placed in the Timeline, but you want to change when the cut point happens, you can use the Roll tool.
    • A ripple edit adjusts a clip’s In or Out point, making the clip longer or shorter, without leaving a gap in the Timeline.
    05- Advanced Editing Techniques B 02
    11:48

    Ripple Toole , Roll Tool , Trim Edit Window

    The Trim Edit window is a special environment for trimming one edit point at a time while reviewing the complete media for both the incoming and outgoing clips. You can also watch how your editing adjustments affect the cut point without stopping playback.

    05- Advanced Editing Techniques B 03
    12:55

    Slip Tool , Slide Tool

    • slide edit allows you to move a clip’s position in the Timeline between two other clips without creating a gap. The clip’s content and duration remain the same; only its position in the Timeline changes
    • slip edit does not change a clip’s position or duration in the Timeline, but instead changes what portion of the clip’s media appears in the Timeline. The Slip tool allows you to move a clip’s In and Out points simultaneously.
    05- Advanced Editing Techniques B 04
    08:09

    Customise your Keyboard

    Specifying shortcuts for commands is easy. You don’t have to set up the entire keyboard with your preferred shortcuts—you can choose specific menu sets or command groups. For example, you can specify keyboard shortcuts for all commands in the File menu or for all render functions.

    05- Advanced Editing Techniques B 05
    16:50

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    06-Basic Audio Mixing
    9 Lectures 01:26:34

    Basic Audio Mixing Introduction .

    Introduction
    00:55

    Audio Mixing

    • Even when you use multiple audio channels during editing and mixing, you may need to create a stereo mix. Downmixing combines all audio output channels into a single stereo output. You may want to down mix
    • Changing audio levels directly in the Timeline is fast and is especially useful when you need to mix the levels of clips relative to other clips playing at the same time. For example, if you want to raise and lower the volume of a music clip to correspond with a voiceover recording, you can see how the narrator’s dialogue lines up with the music clips if you turn on audio waveforms in the Timeline.

    06-Basic Audio Mixing 01
    16:04

    Audio Mixing , Convert Mp3 To Aiff

    Overview of the Batch Exporting Process

    The Batch Export command lets you export multiple clips and sequences at one time. This is particularly useful when you have a lot of clips or sequences to export at once, or if you need to export the same sequence to multiple formats and settings.

    06-Basic Audio Mixing 02
    13:05

    Audio Mixing , Fade In , Fade Out

    A cut, the most basic type of transition, is a transition with no duration; when one shot ends, another one immediately begins, without any overlap.

    • Final Cut Pro also comes with two audio transitions: a +3 dB cross fade (the default) and a 0 dB cross fade.
    06-Basic Audio Mixing 03
    06:57

    Audio Mixing , Audio Mixer

    You can control audio levels and pan in the Timeline and the Viewer as well as the Audio Mixer. You can make adjustments to multiple clips at once, as well as add keyframes to automate mixing levels over time.

    The Record Audio Keyframes button and the checkbox in the User Preferences window

    are the same control; they are just located in two different places for convenience.

    06-Basic Audio Mixing 04
    07:29

    Customise your Browser and Time Line

    Customizing the Browser Display

    • There are various ways you can display items in the Browser, depending on your needs and work style. You can display items in list or icon (thumbnail) view, choose columns you want to show or hide, and choose the frame you see for a clip in icon (thumbnail) view.
    • As you scrub through your clip or sequence, audio also plays back more quickly, but it doesn’t play back smoothly .
    06-Basic Audio Mixing 05
    16:16

    Audio Mixing , Audio Level

    Adjusting Audio Levels in the Timeline

    Changing audio levels directly in the Timeline is fast and is especially useful when you need to mix the levels of clips relative to other clips playing at the same time.

    06-Basic Audio Mixing 06
    08:07

    Audio Mixing , Audio Mixer , Audio Level

    Adjusting Audio Levels in the Timeline

    • Changing audio levels directly in the Timeline is fast and is especially useful when you need to mix the levels of clips relative to other clips playing at the same time.
    • Recording Audio Mixer Keyframes Using a Control Surface
    • Recording audio mixer automation with a control surface is identical to recording keyframes by adjusting faders in the Audio Mixer.
    06-Basic Audio Mixing 07
    07:14


    Audio Transition

    • Final Cut Pro also comes with two audio transitions: a +3 dB cross fade (the default) and a 0 dB cross fade.
    • Cross Fade (+3 dB): Performs the same operation as Cross Fade (0 dB), but applies an equal-power ramp to the volume level, rather than a linear ramp.
    • Cross Fade (0 dB): Fades the first clip out, while simultaneously fading the second clip in. This effect applies a linear ramp to the volume level. As a result, the volume level dips in the middle of the cross fade.
    06-Basic Audio Mixing 08
    10:27

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    07- Markers
    3 Lectures 15:17

    Markers introduction .

    Introduction
    01:00

    Edit Markers in Time Line , Export Markers

    • Editing Markers into Sequences
    • You can edit markers into your sequence as if they were clips. However, a marker edited directly from the Browser into a sequence
    • Exporting Marker Lists as Text
    • Marker data can be exported as tab-delimited text. The saved text file can be modified with a spreadsheet application, printed, or reformatted for use in other software.
    07- Markers 01
    11:54

    Edit Markers , Ripple Sequence Marker

    1. You can add markers to both clips and sequences. There are differences between clip markers and sequence markers that could affect your work.
    2. You can move a marker by dragging it, by repositioning the playhead, or by entering a different starting timecode value. Using the playhead, you can only move a marker forward, not backward.
    07- Markers 02
    02:23

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    08-Changing & Modifying Clip Speed
    7 Lectures 46:10

    Changing Speed Introduction .

    Introduction
    00:35

    Change Speed

    Working with Multiclips and Speed Effects

    Keep the following restrictions in mind when you work with multiclips and speed effects:

    • Multi clips cannot be created from speed-modified clips.
    • Multi clip sallow constant speed change sonly.
    • When a multiclip is displayed in the Viewer, all angles reflect the speed of the active angle.
    • The Change Speed dialog (and the related Change Speed Segment dialog) are central tools for creating speed effects such as slow motion, fast motion, and changes in the speed of a clip over time.

    08-Changing & Modifying Clip Speed 01
    06:10

    Change Speed , Fit To Fill

    1. Performing a Fit to Fill Edit You may have different reasons for changing the speed settings. For example, you may want to solve editorial problems in your sequence. In that case, you can do a fit to fill edit, making a clip longer to fill more time or shorter if an action takes longer than you’d like. You can use speed changes over time to create ramping speed changes from slow to fast motion, and from forward to reverse.
    08-Changing & Modifying Clip Speed 02
    03:57

    Change Speed , Speed Tool

    Using the Speed Tool

    The Speed tool provides a quick method for adjusting the speed of two adjacent clips in the Timeline by “rolling” their shared edit point. You can also adjust the speed of a single clip by dragging its In or Out point with the Speed tool.

    08-Changing & Modifying Clip Speed 03
    02:58

    Variable Speed

    Making Speed Changes in the Timeline

    You can apply variable speed effects to clips using keyframes in the Timeline.

    An effective way to create slow-motion and fast-motion effects is to use the keyframe graph area of the Timeline. You can apply and adjust keyframes with the Pen tool to create speed segments. You can slide the keyframes left or right in the keyframe graph area to interactively create variable speed effects .

    08-Changing & Modifying Clip Speed 04
    14:01

    Clip Keyframe , Add Speed KeyFrame , Freeze Frame

    Variable Speed Changes

    Applying variable speed to a clip allows you to dynamically alter the speed of a clip over time, in forward or reverse motion. Variable speed allows you to create sophisticated effects in which subjects appear to smoothly shift across a variety of different speeds, with hard or gradual transitions between each change

    Creating Freeze Frames from a Video Clip

    Final Cut Pro makes it easy to create a freeze frame from a video clip. No additional media is created on your hard disk; freeze frames are simply clips that refer to a single frame of a media file.



    08-Changing & Modifying Clip Speed 05
    05:40

    Change Speed , Ripple Sequence

    • Ripple Sequence checkbox: Select this checkbox to enable automatic rippling of the sequence when you adjust the speed/duration of a clip. Clips and markers later in the Timeline will move with the Out point of the speed-adjusted clip to prevent a gap or a collision in the Timeline.
    08-Changing & Modifying Clip Speed 06
    12:49

    FCP7 (10)
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    09-Transitions
    3 Lectures 30:46

    Transitions introduction

    Introduction
    00:46

    Effects - Video Transition

    1. A transition is a an effect used to change from one clip in your edited sequence to the next. In the early days of film editing, the only transition you could immediately view was a cut. Even the simplest transition, the dissolve, had to be specially set up in an optical printer and sent back to the editor for viewing.
    09-Transitions 01
    14:47

    Effects - Video Transition - Render

    1. Any time Final Cut Pro must perform more calculations than your computer can handle in real time, you need to render. Rendering is the process of creating temporary video and audio render files for segments of your sequence that Final Cut Pro cannot play in real time.


    09-Transitions 02
    15:13

    FCP7 (11)
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