Final Cut Pro X Training Course

Final Cut Pro is an extremely powerful platform that can make your editing easier, more productive and professional. So, it’s no wonder that it’s among the most popular video editing software on the market, for both amateur filmmakers and professional editors.

Taking some good Apple Final Cut Pro X classes can do wonders for editing skills. The best classes will teach you not only how to use the program, but also how to significantly enhance your videos.

Regular | Weekend (Classroom | Online) | 3 days in Week

  • Fundamental (Basic)     -         Duration : 2 Weeks      Fee -  5,000/- 

  • Advance Training           -         Duration : 8 Weeks      Fee - 16,000/- 

  • Professional Training    -         Duration : 12 Weeks    Fee - 22,000/-

 

Crash Courses | Fast Track Course  ( Classroom | Online ) | 1 Week

  • Basic                                -         Duration : 5 Days (10 Hours)     Fee - 5,000/- 

  • Advance                          -         Duration : 5 Days (10 Hours)     Fee - 5,000/-  

  • Professional Support    -         Duration : 5 Days (10 Hours)    Fee - 5,000/- 

Self-Learning Course | Video Training Tutorials in Hindi

  • Basic                                -         Duration : 2 dvds      Fee - 15,00/- 

  • Basic to Advance           -         Duration : 5 dvds      Fee - 2500/-  

  • Hand Holding Support -         Duration : 7 Dvds      Fee - 5,000/- 

Professional Support | Workshops | Group Training 

  • Pricing varies depending upon customization, learning goals and the number of students. In all cases, we work with schools on an individual basis to determine the best program and the best price.

Course Description

Students will learn basic editing functions while becoming familiar with the user interface. Starting with media management, importing and basic video editing techniques, and working all the way through Final Cut Pro's powerful advanced features such as effects, titles and color correction. Students will work with dramatic real-world media to learn the practical techniques used daily in editing projects.

MANTRA is excited to be one of the first in the world to offer training in the latest FCPx 10.3. Classes are booking now, books will be shipped to students as soon as they come off the presses!

Who Should Attend

This class is designed for anyone looking to edit professional-quality video with Final Cut Pro X and who prefers hands-on and interactive instruction to best explore its functionality.

Prerequisites

Students should have the following prerequisite knowledge prior to attending the course:

  • Knowledge of OS X and basic computer navigation

  • Basic knowledge of editing terminology is highly recommended

Course Outline

Note: The curricula below comprise activities typically covered in a class at this skill level. The instructor may, at his/her discretion, adjust the lesson plan to meet the needs of the class.

Lesson 1: Getting Started

  • Upgrading Existing Events, Projects, and Libraries

  • Preparing the Source Media Files

  • Introducing the Job and the Workflow

 

Lesson 2: Importing Media

  • Understanding Clips, Events, and Libraries

  • Creating a Library

  • Preparing to Import Camera Source Files

  • Using the Media Import Window

  • Creating a Camera Archive

  • Importing Source Media from a Camera

  • Navigating Within a Filmstrip Preview

  • Importing Clips from a Camera Card

  • Choosing Media Import Options

  • Applying Media Import Options

  • Import Files from a Volume

  • Importing Existing Files from a Volume

  • Dragging from the Finder or Other Apps

 

Lesson 3: Organizing Clips

  • Introducing the Libraries, Browser, and Viewer Panes

  • Using Keywords

  • Keywording a Clip

  • Keywording a Range

  • Adding Notes to a Clip

  • Assigning Ratings

  • Applying Ratings

  • Customizing a Favorite

  • Search, Sort, and Filter

  • Filtering an Event

  • Working with Smart Collections

  • Creating a Libra1y-Wide Smart Collection

  • Detecting People and Shot Composition

  • Roles

  • Assigning Roles

 

Lesson 4: Making the First Edit

  • Understanding a Project

  • Creating a Project

  • Defining the Primary Storyline

  • Appending the Primary Storyline

  • Rearranging Clips in the Primary Storyline

  • Modifying Clips in the Primary Storyline

  • Performing Insert Edits

  • Rippling the Primary Storyline

  • Timing the Primary Storyline

  • Inserting a Gap Clip

  • Blading and Deleting

  • Joining a Through Edit

  • Refining Some Sound Bite Edits

  • Editing Above the Primary Storyline

  • Adding and Trimming Connected B-roll

  • Understanding Connected Clip Sync and Trimming Behaviors

  • Creating a Connected Storyline

  • Converting Connected Clips into a Connected Storyline

  • Appending Clips to a New Connected Storyline Editing Below the Primary Storyline

  • Connecting a Music Clip

  • Finessing the Rough Cut

  • Adjusting the Edits

  • Adjusting Clip Volume Levels

  • Connecting Two Additional B-Roll Clips

  • Refining Edits Using Cross Dissolves and Fade Handles

  • Sharing Your Progress

  • Sharing an i0S-Compatible File

 

Lesson 5: Finetune the Edit

  • Lifting from a Storyline

  • Lifting Clips Out of a Storyline

  • Replacing a Clip

  • Replacing the Primary Storyline

  • Creating Time at 0:00

  • Working with Markers

  • Creating Markers

  • Using the Position Tool

  • Realigning Sound Bites and B-roll to Music

  • Repositioning Storyline and Deleting Within

  • Importing the Aerial Clips Using Finder Tags

 

Lesson 6: Enhancing the Edit

  • Retiming Clips

  • Setting a Constant Speed Change

  • Editing with Blade Speed

  • Working with Video Effects

  • Experimenting with Video Effects

  • Creating a Depth of Field Effect

  • Working with Video Transitions

  • Experimenting with Transitions

  • Compositing Using Spatial Parameters

  • Creating a Two-Up Split Screen

  • Exploring the Video Animati on Editor

  • Compounding Clips

  • Collapsing a Composite into a Compound

 

Lesson 7: Finishing the Edit

  • Using Titles

  • Adding and Modifying a Lower Third

  • Creating 3D Titles

  • Exploring 3D Options

  • Working with Audio

  • Adding Sound to a Clip

  • Adjusting Volume Levels over Time

  • Understanding Audio Enhancements

  • Recording a Voiceover

  • Using the Voiceover Tool

  • Connecting the Image

  • Exploring the Color Correction Tools for Luma

  • Exploring the Color Correction Tools for Chroma

 

Lesson 8: Sharing a Project

  • Creating a Viewable File

  • Sharing to an Online Host

  • Sharing to a Bundle

  • Sharing a Master File

  • Creating an Exchangeable File

  • Utilizing Compressor

 

Lesson 9: Managing Libraries

  • Storing the Imported Media

  • Importing Existing Files as Externally Referenced

  • Importing as Internally Managed Clips

  • Copying as Externally Referenced

  • Moving and Copying Clips Within a Library

  • Making a Library Portable

 

Lesson 10: Advancing Your Workflow

  • Using Manual Settings for a New Project

  • Synchronizing Dual System Recordings

  • Using Chroma Key

  • Working with Multicam

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