Taking you from nothing to your first export in no time, this course is going to let you edit your videos better and more quickly with Final Cut Pro X.
Final Cut Pro X is one of the best video editing software options currently available, but using it for the first time can be daunting. That's why we made Final Cut Pro X 101. Whether you're coming from iMovie or haven't edited videos before, this free course will help you get started with FCPX.
Without going over your head, we'll take you through editing a video from start to finish.
In the five videos you'll get an overview of the software, learn how to import footage, create a project & timeline, quickly edit a first draft, create titles and lower thirds, color correct and grade the footage, and properly export the video.
In this lecture you will become acquainted with the work panels and tools available to you in Final Cut Pro X. After this lecture is over you will understand where and when to work during each stage of your edit.
Before you begin to edit your timeline you need to learn how to create one! During this video you will learn how to create and organize your projects and timelines. Learning these steps will set you up to edit fast and efficiently.
You will learn how to go from A-roll to final product quickly. We want you to move through the editing process as quickly as possible (without sacrificing quality) so you can concentrate on what matters. Creating content!
You will learn how to generate text, titles, and lower thirds quickly within Final Cut Pro X. Adding these to your videos is a quick and easy way to make them look more professional.
You will learn how to do basic color correction using the tools within Final Cut Pro X. Some of the things you will learn are how to adjust exposure, highlights and midtones and an intro to adjusting curves.
Caleb Wojcik has been making videos off and on for nearly a decade. In that time he has filmed the NHL, MLB, NCAA basketball & football, weddings, commercials, book trailers, and plenty of training videos for the web. He teaches web video production at DIYVideoGuy.com and runs a video production studio in San Diego, CA called Caleb Wojcik Films.