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Final Cut Pro X: Making the Transition by Larry Jordan Editor (2011-12-09)

Final Cut Pro X Making the Transition by Larry Jordan Editor

  • Title: Final Cut Pro X: Making the Transition by Larry Jordan Editor (2011-12-09)
  • Author: Larry Jordan Editor
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  • Page: 161
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    1. Bernard says:
      Utilisateur de Final Cut Pro depuis la version 1.0, j ai norm ment appr ci cette mise niveau vers FCPX C est parfois un peu trop didactique, mais l auteur couvre toutes les fonctions de FCPX de mani re claire et structur e.Une fois lu de bout en bout, il reste une r f rence pour telle ou telle fonction car il est impossible de tout m moriser tant il y a de nouveaut s dans ce logiciel La courbe d apprentissage n est pas raide, elle est verticale Mais, au bout du compte, quelle puissance et quelle [...]

    2. Turn the Page says:
      Author Larry Jordan is a real gift to the video production community His explanations on the subject are clear, simple, thorough, and gets right to what editors need to know Unfortunately this book is now partially outdated due to FCP updates When I bought the book in late 2014, I was transitioning from FCP 7 to FCP X and did not realize that FCP X had gone through a major overhaul not long after this book was written As a result, most of what this book explains about Libraries and Events is no [...]

    3. Richard Boardman says:
      As a very experienced Final Cut Pro 7 editor I was totally flummoxed at trying to make use of FCP X I would have just ignored it except that the totally rewritten version has tremendous upsides when it comes to mixing video formats, raw speed and other under the hood type things This book, which I downloaded in digital form has been a Godsend in understanding X It s not hard to learn, but it s not all that intuitive and you really need a book like this to ease the transition.

    4. Murray I. Suid says:
      My previous editing experience was with 16mm film many years ago Recently, after experimenting with my smartphone s video capability, I wanted to create a faux trailer for a video contest Lights Cameraphone Action I heard that Final Cut Pro X was a powerful but hard to master program, so I went looking for a guideNAL CUT PRO X MAKING THE TRANSITION turned out to be exactly what I wanted It s clear, encouraging, detailed, practical, well organizded, and just often enough witty After spending a fe [...]

    5. TR says:
      Although I m just a few chapters into the Kindle version of FCPX, Making the Transition I m writing this review to encourage folks to investigate further Early on, Larry Jordan methodically demystifies how to become functional using Final Cut Pro X, Apple s new video editing app for OS X It s immediately apparent that the author is drawing on years of experience as a video editor The book is well organized, well written and well edited Larry explains what to do and what not to do and why, in pla [...]

    6. Foxboy says:
      I appreciate the author, he has all the information and resources down, but the method for training leaves me short To just read a book and learn it in a technical manual is difficult I much prefer the method of having working files and following the procedures along with the lessons, I think you learn better I think this book will come in useful after I have learned the methods and plan to return to this later after I better understand the changes I have worked with most versions of FCP for al [...]

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