This excellent Final Cut Pro 7: Select Topics course covers some of the fundamentals of setting up and using Apple Final Cut Pro 7. This Final Cut course is taught by an expert instructor, who teaches Final Cut Studio at the Toronto Film College, so you’re truly learning from the best. The course begins by exploring the install and troubleshooting common FCP7 problems, and then teaches you to launch the application, and gives a brief overview of the interface. Learners will discover how to use Easy Setup, and review user preferences, system settings, and the menus. When you complete this fantastic Final Cut course, you will have a fundamental understanding of how to get up and running, basic editing techniques, and how to add effects to your projects.
Our courses couldn’t be more convenient, the course material is delivered straight to you and can be adapted to fit in with your lifestyle. It is created by experts within the industry, meaning you are receiving accurate information, which is up-to-date and easy to understand. This course is comprised of professional learning material, all delivered through a system that you will have access to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for 365 days (12 months).
What skills will I learn?
Kevin P McAuliffe is currently a freelance senior level video editor working in HD post production in Toronto, Canada. He has been in the television industry for 12 years, and cuts on Avid Media Composer 4 and Apple’s Final Cut Pro 7. He also spends a chunk of his days in Adobe’s After Effects, which he has been using since version 3.5 (yes, 3.5!). Kevin’s high definition onlining credit list includes concerts for Coldplay, Sarah McLachlan, Barenaked Ladies, Snow Patrol, Sum41, Paul Anka, Il Divo and Pussycat Dolls, to name a few. Also, Kevin is an instructor of Advanced Final Cut Studio at the Toronto Film College.
Those who successfully pass this course will be awarded a Final Cut Pro 7: Select Topics certificate. Anyone eligible for certification will receive a free e-certificate, and printed certificate.
This excellent Final Cut Pro 5: The Essentials course will qualify you to be a Video Editor. As a Video Editor you can work on a freelance basis or as part of an organisation. The average salary of a Video Editor in the UK is £23,548, and this will go up with experience (payscale.com). With this course you could fulfil any of the following roles:
|1: SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS|
|1. System Requirements|
|2: INSTALLING & TROUBLESHOOTING|
|1. Setting Up the Install|
|2. Troubleshooting Common FCP7 Issues|
|3: GETTING STARTED|
|1. Launching FCP7|
|2. Brief Interface Overview|
|3. Using Easy Setup to Create Multi-Formatted Sequences|
|4. Creating Your Own Easy Setup Preset|
|5. User Preferences|
|6. System Settings|
|7. Exploring Menu Items|
|4: BASIC EDITING|
|1. New Sequence Setup, Importing Clips & Timeline Options|
|2. Changing Sequence Settings to Match Clip Settings|
|3. Editing Clips into the Timeline|
|4. Working with Linked Clips|
|5. Exploring the Editing Tools & Keyboard Shortcuts|
|5: BASIC EFFECTS|
|1. Basic Motion Effects|
|2. Applying Filters|
|3. Realtime vs. Non-realtime Effects|
|4. Adjusting Effect Attributes|
|5. Adding Generators|
|6. Working with Text|
|7. Safe RT Extreme|