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Release Date: 7/5/2020
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First steps in Final Cut Pro X
If you want to edit video at an amateur level, iMovie is a great option that has been present on Mac and iOS devices for a long time. But maybe you want to get something else out of your edits and learn a more professional way of working and practicing.
Now that Final Cut Pro X has extended its trial period before purchase by 90 days, it may be a good time to start with this great professional program from Apple, one of the pillars of the professional world of publishing along with other great ones such as Adobe Premiere. or Avid Media Composer.
Bookstores, events and projects
The first thing we have to understand is how Final Cut Pro X (hereafter FCPX) classifies the information. It is essential that we understand this to do a good job. To work, FCPX needs a library. This lies in a bundle where we have all the information of one or several projects.
Libraries are a folder with a .fcpbundle extension that we can open in any copy of FCPX on any computer we want. It, by itself, stores all the necessary information to be portable and copies any element that we drag to it to this bundle.
Final Cut Pro X libraries are portable in themselves. We can use and open them in any copy of the program, as is, forgetting complex resource folders.
Now let’s look at the top left. We have the resource explorer where we have a clapperboard with a star inside, a circle with a musical note and a photo camera behind and two with a T as an icon and a number behind.
The clapperboard is the access to the elements of our library, the musical note the sound resources and the access to the photo library and the T is the access to the predesigned titles and generators that FCPX includes.
In the part of the clapperboard, where we are going to focus, we have the name of our bookstore and below it a folder Smart collections (or Smart Collections). Below, the list of the different events in alphabetical order. An event is a classification of video, audio, images, clips or any type of resource that we incorporate and that can be used to edit our video. Each event represents a top tier folder in our bookstore.
The next level of information classification is keywords. We can create folders, yes, but these will not be folders within the events to classify the material as if they were subfolders.
All the material will always be at the event level and the folders serve to classify what we mark with keywords.
FCP X only has one level of information classification by folders: each event. From there we classify the content by keywords and we can create folders, but only to classify keywords that classify material.
Imagine a clip where we have the time to prepare the recording, the beginning of “action!” and then the action itself with the “cut!” included. All that clip would be in our event.
Seeing the clip we can mark the actual start and end points of it. To review it we only have to move around it with the arrows or the mouse and once we find the starting point, press the I key to mark the entry point. We look for the end of the clip, the exact frame, and press the O key to mark the end.
And here to a key point of using FCPX: it has so many options that its normal way of being handled is using keyboard shortcuts.
Following this way of working, we press CMD + K and a pop-up window will open with the keywords. In it we write “Take good” and press ENTER. We will see that the word is created and assigned to the first shortcut hole with CTRL + 1.
Now, any shot that we want to mark as good, it will be enough to mark its start and end point with I and O, and then press CTRL + 1 and it will be labeled “Good shot” with that keyword. The popup will no longer be needed unless we include more keywords to classify material.
If we go now to the event and expand, we will see that the keyword “Take good” appears as a subfolder. Thus we will have direct access to the exact subclip of the complete clip that we have marked.
That is the first thing we must do to start editing: classify our material. It is essential that we classify it, preselect it, label it so that we can work more comfortably and smoothly. Accessing the keywords that we create, we will go to shot done on the shots that are worth and that will be part of the montage.
Editing our project
By clicking on the Event that we have created where we have classified our material with the keywords, we right-click (contextual) and create a new project (also with CMD + N). The project is what we will use to create a video. Our work unit.
When we create the project, the audio is automatically classified in stereo at 48Khz and the video is chosen as the ProRes 422 working codec. This means that all the clips that we put in the project will be transcoded (converted) to this format to use only one that works for us. The resolution and frames per second of the video will be decided the moment we drag the first clip to the project, based on its properties.
Once created, we have at the bottom the most important part of all: the magnetic timeline. It is where we will place the different video or sound material with which we will work to compose our edition. We have video tracks and sound tracks and in principle we will see 3 of each one. But rest assured, if we need more they will be created without problem when we need it.
The magnetic timeline is the heart of our entire edition. Where we will place clips on the main story and all of them will be glued to each other as glued by magnet. There can be no empty gaps without clips or generators between other clips.
Another important thing to understand before working: the main timeline (or main storyline) is just one and the rest will be secondary tracks. Any track other than this main will always be connected to the main line at any point.
If for any reason we delete a piece of the main clip and it has a secondary clip anchored to it, we will also delete the anchored secondary one. And if we move the clip on the main line, all the secondary clips attached to it will move with that clip. In fact, we will see that they have a line that unites them.
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