Final Cut Pro for Macintosh

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Peachpit Press, 2000 - Computers - 508 pages
Apple's Final Cut Pro combines video editing, compositing, and special effects in one affordable product. These tools, together with its compatibility with Adobe AfterEffects and its support for QuickTime formats, make Final Cut Pro the most accessible video-editing tool on the market. Final Cut Pro: Visual QuickPro Guide's straightforward, task-based format makes it the most accessible guide to this professional-strength program.Step-by-step instructions and plentiful screenshots lead you through the basics and then quickly on to more advanced tasks. All the important topics are covered in detail: the easy-to-use interface, Final Cut Pro's plug-and-play capability, its integration with QuickTime, and a host of other time-saving and productivity-boosting features and tools. Whether you're producing video for TV, computer presentations, or the Web, Final Cut Pro: VQP will take your skills to the next level.

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Before You Begin
Welcome to Final Cut Pro
Compositing and Special Effects

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Lisa Brenneis has served as a teacher, author, panelist, and film production manager. Her production credits range from interactive digital media to educational films, animation to live action, documentary to poetic fantasy. Her clients have included Disney, MCA/Universal, the Getty Museum, the Library of Congress, the International Olympic Committee, Mattel, and more defunct new-media startups than you can possibly imagine.

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