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It’s Good to Share

Mark Spencer talks with Brian about when it’s good to use the Share menu and when it’s good to Export.

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Avid Media Composer: Avid Video Tutorial: Save the Shot by Removing Unwanted Objects

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Motion Tracking and Stabilizing

You have a perfect clip for the project. The scene is right, the weather is perfect, the camera move is nice, but there is a clearly-recognizable person walking across the street. And you do not have a release from that person or time to ask for one. Not to fear: you can still save the shot with Boris Continuum Complete’s Motion Key tool

 

Apple Final Cut Pro: Creating Scrolling Credits in Final Cut Pro

Chapter: Titling

Topic: Roll and Crawl

Every movie and TV show today has them: credits. It’s important to know how to create the most basic kind of scrolling credits in Final Cut Pro. Once you have your sequence finalized in the Timeline, you can then start to create your credits for the end of your video.

http://www.geniusdv.com/news_and_tutorials/2010/01/creating_scrolling_credits_in_final_cut_pro.php

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Apple Final Cut Pro: GenArts Sapphire FlysEye Tutorial for Final Cut Pro

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Effects

Video Tutorial of the Sapphire FlysEye effect for Final Cut Pro. Sapphire FlysEye breaks an image into tiles to create a fly’s eye view effect.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DS1OIvmpCfU&fmt=22

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GenArts Sapphire: GenArts Sapphire FlysEye Tutorial for Final Cut Pro

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Effects

Video Tutorial of the Sapphire FlysEye effect for Final Cut Pro. Sapphire FlysEye breaks an image into tiles to create a fly’s eye view effect.

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Apple Final Cut Pro: It's Good to Share

Chapter: Distribution

Topic: Share

Mark Spencer talks with Brian about when it’s good to use the Share menu and when it’s good to Export.

http://www.pixelcorps.tv/macbreak_studio070

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Apple Final Cut Pro: Frame Rate Conversions in Twixtor within FCP

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Speed Effects

Your camera can shoot at different resolutions, aspect ratios, frame rates, progressive or interlaced. How does one incorporate a sequence shot using a different format than the project you are currently editing within Final Cut Studio and still get high quality results? This video tutorial covers both progressive and field-based source material. In particular, an example using a 30fps shot on Canon 5D Mark II in a 24 fps project and an example handling NTSC in a field-based PAL project as well requiring aspect ratio conversion and a resizing operation. You can use these examples as a base to frame rate convert any progressive sequence as well as interlaced NTSC or PAL video in Final Cut Pro.

http://library.creativecow.net/articles/freitag_lori/twixtor-fcp-frc.php

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RE:Vision Effects Twixtor: Frame Rate Conversions in Twixtor within FCP

Chapter: Editing

Topic: Speed Effects

Your camera can shoot at different resolutions, aspect ratios, frame rates, progressive or interlaced. How does one incorporate a sequence shot using a different format than the project you are currently editing within Final Cut Studio and still get high quality results? This video tutorial covers both progressive and field-based source material. In particular, an example using a 30fps shot on Canon 5D Mark II in a 24 fps project and an example handling NTSC in a field-based PAL project as well requiring aspect ratio conversion and a resizing operation. You can use these examples as a base to frame rate convert any progressive sequence as well as interlaced NTSC or PAL video in Final Cut Pro.

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Adobe Photoshop: Photoshop for Video

Chapter: Paint, Draw and Design

Topic: Paint or Draw on Video

Did you know that the latest version of Photoshop allows you to edit full motion video? Here is a quick video tutorial on how to add a video filter to a video clip using Photoshop.

http://www.geniusdv.com/news_and_tutorials/2010/01/photoshop_for_video.php

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Apple Motion: Color Matching in Motion

Chapter: Color Correction

Topic: Color Matching

If you ever need to match the color of an object in Motion to an imported graphic, you’ll want to watch this video for a tip on how to make it work correctly.

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