Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro for Avid Editors
Using Avid images and terminology, master teacher Diana Weynand shows you how to perform the tasks you’ve been doing in Media Composer by using Final Cut Pro instead. You’ll find detailed feature comparisons, practical conversion tips, and instructions on how to use Final Cut Pro features that aren’t available in Media Composer. The book makes the transition easy. Each chapter presents a complete lesson in some aspect of Final Cut Pro with a project to complete, a review section, and exercises to reinforce the lessons.
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Transitions and Effects
Speed and Motion Effects
Title Tool and Generators
Importing and Exporting
Finishing and Outputting
Appendix Avid to Final Cut Pro Comparison Chart
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alpha channel appears apply audio levels Audio Mixer Audio Mixing audio tracks Avid Avid’s batch list Browser button bar Canvas window Choose File Choose Modify Cinema Tools clip or clips clip you want clip’s color column command composite modes Controls tab create Ctrlclick delete dialog display doubleclick Easy Setup edit point Effects tab export FCP’s Final Cut Pro Final Cut Studio folder function icon interface keyboard shortcuts keyframe graph Lesson LiveType Log and Capture Mac OS X markers master clip Match Frame matte media files motion effects Motion tab multicam multiclip offline Option key Overwrite parameters Park the playhead preset QuickTime realtime render files Select the clip selected clips sequence clip shortcut menu Soundtrack Pro source clip subclip sync timecode Timeline track toggle Tool palette transition travel matte Trim Edit window Viewer YES YES YES zoom