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But I figured I should at least give it a try. So I got this book. The lessons work. Although some things are similar to the "old" FCP, you really do need a book like this to figure out how the new FCP works. It is radically different. But the book is clear and explains things well.
I only found myself saying, "Huh??? My only complaint is the estimate of how long the lessons will take, which is listed at the beginning of each chapter.
I think those estimates are wildly unrealistic. I mean, we're talking page chapters where you have to read closely and then do things as they're described.
And it will say the lesson will take "about 70 minutes. I mean, sure, if you're just going as fast as you possibly go and skipping paragraphs here and there, 70 minutes might be possible. Even a bit less. But none of it will sink in. I would say to allot at least twice the amount of time they estimate. In my case, because I make notes for future reference and make sure I understand what's happening as I go along, it's probably closer to 3 times the estimate.
But you WILL learn it. As far as FCP-X itself, the jury is still out. It does indeed have some cool, unique features, and I can see that once you got proficient with it, it's very fast.
I'm going to give it a year, then decide whether I want to stick with it or go to something like Premiere or Avid. Started doing non-linear in So I'm no novice at this. I'm considered very technically sharp and pick things up fast. So when I say the estimate on the time the lessons will take is unrealistic, I think most who got the book would agree. Kindle Edition Verified download.
I'm a professional editor and finally decided to make the transition from FCP 7 to X. I've used peachpit's books to learn all the professional apps I use and have always been happy with the way they structure their lessons and allow you opportunities to practice. As well as introducing different key functionalities throughout.
This is the first set of ebooks I've downloadd. I'm reading the material on my iPad which makes it easier and downloaded all lesson files as instructed. Very happy with this book and the new process. As for other reviewers' complaints about not finding the download links, I'm not sure if something has been upgraded since the previous reviews.
But for me it was very straight forward and the ebook provided me with a specific link to download the files. After 2 months of studying with this book, making my own notes, and working on FCP X for my last few corporate projects, I've come to the conclusion that most if not all FCP X haters haven't taken the time to really learn this product. Yes at first glance it looks like iMovie pro.
But thanks to peachpit's training methods, I now am able to do so many things faster than I used to with FCP 7. Now onto advanced training. It is worth the time you put in to it!
I own a small online retail business and I want to create several short videos for it. I majored in Broadcast Communications in college, so I have some idea what I'm doing. But college was 30 years ago. That's right, I have never used iMovie or anything like it, believe it or not.
So when faced with the task of trying to save money and make some short videos by myself, I decided to go with Final Cut Pro X, because it was highly recommended. I installed the trial version, took one look at it, and thought, "oh boy, what have I gotten myself into? It gives an excellent overview of what the product is, and basically how to use it.
Peachpit's Apple Pro Training Series: Many thanks to our Forum contributor Ben Balser for giving us the heads up on the availability of these books. If you are going to sit the Apple Certified Pro exam then this is the book you will be studying from. With the pace of updates from the Apple team being so rapid, printed material is always going to find it hard to keep up. This update brings all of FCPX's The books are not available on site yet, but can be ordered directly from Pearson.
It did make us smile to see it listed in the Adobe Premiere Pro section. Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro X 2nd Edition. The book and eBook aren't cheap, but you get a lot of information and of course the reference for the exam. There are discounts to be had. Peachpit have published a PDF section online so you can see the level of instruction inside the book. DW: Well, we're already starting to see the same kind of saturation and awareness in the media market that we did in the early days of Photoshop.
Originally, Photoshop was a high-end technical tool for professionals. Today, Photoshop is a household word. Everyone knows what Photoshop does. People say "You can Photoshop that out," referring to making photo corrections.
I think that's where we're going with Final Cut Pro. Because with video you can tell a story. There is a new surge in media taking root at the K level. Teachers are starting to understand that they can utilize media tools like Final Cut Pro to teach kids how to communicate more effectively.
They're using it to teach them to tell a story. When I was in school I learned to write stories. Kids today are learning to tell stories by shooting and then editing the material into a concise form. In the high-end professional world, Final Cut Pro is being adapted by more and more television shows and films. It's inevitable that we will see more and more people switching to Apple computers and subsequently to FCP.
But what's going on in the school systems today with media education is the most exciting development I've ever witnessed in a long time.
Q: How did you get your start in the world of video editing? DW: Don't laugh - but I look back and realize I've been editing all my life. I was a big collage maker. So I would cut out pictures and paste them in some order to tell a story.