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VTC Final Cut Pro Advanced

Final Cut Pro Advanced Training CD
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VTC Final Cut Pro Advanced
Virtual Training Company's Final Cut Pro Advanced tutorial
is a more in-depth look at Apple's non-linear editing application.
This tutorial is for those who have a working knowledge of
Final Cut Pro and have completed at least one editing project
from beginning to end, and especially those who have taken
the first VTC Final Cut Pro tutorial. Author James Monohan
expands on topics covered in the first FCP tutorial, such as
importing audio. He guides you through more specialized
topics and covers new information, such as working with reference movies.
Tutorials covered on this CD:
About this CD
Advanced Editing
Advanced Digital Video
Codec Alternatives
Working with DV Toolkit
Addendum to DV Toolkit
Using Auxiliary Timecode
Advanced System Set-up
Choosing Drives
Partitioning Drives
Audio Set-up
Vectorscopes Revisited
Footage/Effects Resources
Updating Your System
Updating OS and QuickTime
Updating FCP
Rendering in YUV
Setting Preferences
Capturing/Importing Media
Camera/Deck Compatibiity
Fire Wire Protocols
Non-Firewire Deck Control
Another glance at CD Import
"Preview Disabled" Messages
Converting DV a lower compression
DV at low Res part 2
DV at Low Res Part 3
Working with 16:9 Footage
Working with 16:9
Capturing 16:9
Item Properties
16:9 Sequence Settings
Viewing 16:9 Media
Mixing 4:3 and 16:9 Footage
Making 16:9 letterbox on normal monitor
Make Reference Movie
Using Reference Movie
Batch Export Reference Movie
Media Management
Cache Manager
Undoing a lost render
Sequence Trimmer Issues
Using Media Mover
Using Relink
Use the Finder when necessary
Maintaining Synchronization
Syncing A/V on Dual System Projects
Knowing When to Use "Link"
Knowing When to Use Linked Selection
The Slip Tool and Fixing Sync
Using Slip and Markers
Using "Auto Sync Compensator"
Editing in the Timeline
Select In to out/Mark Selection
Select in to Out Example
Mark Selection In out to out
Working with Target Tracks
Using Lift
Advanced Locking tracks
Using Extend Edit
Using Trim buttons
Creating Macros/ QuicKEYS
Cutstom Layout
Editing in Trim Mode
Entering Trim Mode 1
Entering Trim Mode 2
Enter Trim Mode 3
Selecting sides of cuts
Playing to your edit point
Trimming on the Fly
EDL capabilities
More EDL issues
Importing EDLs
Film Logic and Film Projects
Audio Editing
Make Stereo Pair
Audio Rendering
Mixing Down Audio
Exporting Audio Tracks fo Onlining
Flattening Tracks
Audio Filters: A Brief Summary
Audio Filters
3 Band Equalizer
Hum Remover
Band Pass Filter/Notch
Low/High Pass Low/High Shelf
Parametric EQualizer ---
Expander/Noise Gate
DC Notch
Using Nests
For Transitions on more than one track
Loading a Sequence into Viewer
Nest a Sequence in a Sequence
Closing Sequences
Fast Keyframe Navigation
Using Acceleration
Compositing: Working with Filters
Applying filters to multiple clips
Paste Attributes
Fx Scripts
Composite Modes
Compositing: Mattes and Masks
8-point and 4-point Garbage Matte
Travel Matte - Alpha
Travel Matte - Luma/Gradient Mask
Using Image Mask
Using Matte Choker
Compositing: Key Filters
Blue and Green Screen
Color Key
Spill Suppressor
Luma Key
Difference Matte
Common FX
Still images and Motion Control
Creating a Widescreen
Flash Frames
FX Scripts
Cutting down on Render times.
Avoiding Render Artifacts/Illegals
3D Text recommendation
Third Party Software: After Effects
Exporting from FCP into AE
Export from AE into FCP
Using After Effects Filters
Third Party Software: Photoshop
Exporting stills into photoshop
Importing Still from Photoshop
Creating Credit rolls with Photoshop
Credit Roll Continued
Third Party Software: Commotion
Exporting to Commotion
Importing from Commotion
Troublespotting import of Commotion Clips
Exporting to the Web
Streaming Templates
Dropped Frames: Some Solutions
Dropped Frames: More Solutions
Type 2 and General Errors
Zapping the pram
System Crashes
Books on Editing Technique
Web Site Resources

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