Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro 7 Quick-Reference Guide

Front Cover
Pearson Education, Apr 16, 2010 - Computers - 216 pages
0 Reviews
Ideal for students and editors on the go, this is the quick look-up guide you’ve been hunting for. Veteran trainer Brendan Boykin uses clear, concise explanations and an easy-to-use format to put the essential techniques, most-used tools, and most-efficient workflows at your fingertips. A compendium of Final Cut Pro best practices, tips, and quick-glance reminders, plus a great summary of what’s new in Final Cut Pro 7 including  iChat Theater support, the redesigned speed tools, and sharing projects on a Blu-ray disc. The book's compact size makes it easy to fit in a jacket pocket or computer case so that readers have it handy when they need it most. 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.


1 Overview
2 Final Cut Pro Interface
3 Project Setup
4 Ingest
5 Editing
6 Trimming
7 Audio
8 Transitions
11 Keyframing
12 Generators and Templates
13 Compositing
14 Output
15 Specialized Workflows
16 Media Manager
Appendix A Keyboard Shortcuts

9 Filters
10 Speed
17 Troubleshooting

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2010)

Brendan Boykin is a trainer, editor and consultant based in Colorado. With his background in broadcast and corporate video combined with his designation as an Apple Certified Master Trainer, Brendan provides training to post-production, education and broadcast facilities nationwide. Brendan consults on several books in the Apple Pro Training Series.

Bibliographic information