This is the eBook version of the printed book.
Final Cut Pro X has been lauded as the tool for a new paradigm of editing film and video, with an ease of use that opens the door for millions of new users. Many of these new users consist of event videographers, video journalists, digital photographers, and producers/directors who are using DSLR cameras and don’t necessarily edit full-time but expect professional results that can’t be achieved using more consumer-type products such as iMovie.
In a unique and targeted guide, the authors of the best-selling book on DSLR filmmaking -- From Still to Motion: A Photographer’s Guide to Creating Video with Your DSLR – teach users of all levels how to use Final Cut Pro X for DSLR video. In it, they take a hands-on approach and explain within the context of a documentary-style project how to approach editing with this groundbreaking new version of Final Cut. Topics include importing and organizing footage, synching and interpreting footage, fixing and enhancing footage, basic and advanced editing techniques, color correcting, working with audio, and exporting and sharing footage.
This book is the only one to explore DSLR video editing with Final Cut Pro X and is designed to get users up-and-running right away with streamlined workflows specific to their needs.