Thursday, July 23, 2009

10 Final Cut Pro Tips

Oliver Peters, video/film editor and contributing editor/writer to Videography magazine, has worked in radio, TV and film since 1970. On his DigitalFilms blog, he offers Ten Tips For A Better Final Cut Pro Experience.

Many experienced editors making the transition to Apple’s Final Cut Pro often struggle with some of FCP’s core operating features. This is especially true of many Avid editors who view working in Final Cut akin to learning a different language. Here are 10 quick tips on how to run and organize FCP edit sessions that will hopefully ease your frustration.
Though most are intended for editing fictional films, the principles apply well to videojournalism. Check them out.

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