Keyboard shortcuts can make editing quicker and easier. Learn some of the most popular ones for Final Cut Pro so you can take your editing skills to the next level.
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Learn how to get the results you are looking for from your digital video software.
Once you have poured your sweat and blood into a digital video project you may want to put it onto a great DVD to show your family and friends. When you are editing in Final Cut Pro you must first export your movie file in a certain way to get it into the DVD authoring program.
Depending on how your footage is stored it can be a difficult process to get it into Final Cut Pro for editing. You will have to Import or Capture your important video clips.
Cropping images is a way to remove portions off the top, bottom, or sides of the images in your video.
Organization is the key to a successful digital video editing project.
A quick tutorial on how to switch your digital video clips from color to black and white using Final Cut Pro.
Nesting is an easy way of turning a sequence of video and audio clips into one solid clip that can be altered and manipulated.
Video transitions are absolutely crucial when editing together digital video projects of reasonable length. They give a sense of time and mood changes and really allow scenes and situations to be broken up.
Changing the ways the colors appear in your digital video projects is a great way to make the images match and “pop out” of the screen. Here’s how to do it.
Learn how to change the speed of a select video clip or make it play backwards.
Giving still images the illusion of movement is a great way to spice up photos that you want to include in your videos.
The final step in adding the illusion of motion to still photographs in your video project.
Many of us have old VHS or Hi8 (or even Beta) tapes lying around, some with irreplaceable images. Here’s one way to convert those old analog tapes into a digital format for future enjoyment!
Configure the proper resolution for your digital video and editing work, and create the perfect monitor output for your needs.
Flip Video to Windows Movie Maker is quick and easy… depending on which of the two paths you go down… avi or wmv from the Flip.
Microsoft has includes Movie Maker in each copy of XP and Vista. A lessor known free download that also makes video files is Photo Story 3. What’s the difference?