1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Revised 9/2017 GETTING STARTED WITH YOUR VIDEO PROJECT - OVERVIEW OF THE FINAL CUT PRO X INTERFACE 2 - CREATING A PROJECT 3 - IMPORTING YOUR MEDIA FILES 5 - TRANSFERRING FOOTAGE FROM CANON AND ZOOM CAMERAS TO FINAL CUT X 6 - IMPORTING PHOTOS OR VIDEOS FROM IPHONE/IPAD 9 - HOW TO USE THE OVER-THE-EAR HEADPHONES 10 - DOWNLOADING VIDEOS FROM YOUTUBE 11 - DOWNLOADING STOCK FOOTAGE, MUSIC, SOUND EFFECTS, AND GRAPHICS 13 EDITING YOUR VIDEO WITH FINAL CUT X - BASIC EDITING TOOLS 14 - EFFECTS, TEXT, AND TRANSITIONS 16 - ADDING MUSIC AND IMAGES 17 - RECORDING A VOICEOVER 18 - SAVING YOUR PROJECT AND EXPORTING YOUR VIDEO 19 - SHARING YOUR VIDEO TO YOUTUBE AS UNLISTED 20 TRANFERRING VIDEOS FROM VHS AND DVD - COPYING VHS TO DVD 21 - CAPTURE VIDEO FROM DVD OR VHS TO THE COMPUTER 23
2 FINAL CUT PRO X QUICK START GUIDE OVERVIEW OF THE FINAL CUT PRO X INTERFACE (1) Libraries access your project library (5) Timeline build your video here (2) Browser contains all of your media (6) Effects, Transitions drag to the timeline to apply (3) Preview shows the current video (7) Audio Meters shows audio volume (4) Inspector make changes to your media (8) Background & Titles drag to the timeline to apply
3 CREATING A PROJECT: To create a project, first create a library. Launch Final Cut X, select File, New, and then Library Next, name your library with your project name, professor, and course number. Locate the Video Projects in the sidebar, select the semester, and save your library here.
4 Create a new project by selecting File, New, and then Project. Name your project and click OK.
5 IMPORTING YOUR MEDIA FILES: After creating your library, an event with the current date will automatically be created. Open this event by clicking on it (1). 1 2 Click the Import Media button (2). Connect your digital camera to the computer with the USB cable included in the camera bag.
6 TRANSFERRING FOOTAGE FROM THE CANON CAMERA TO FINAL CUT X: Step 1. Plug in the small USB end to the camera. Step 2. Plug in the larger USB into the port on the front of the imac. Step 3. Press the icon of the video camera to connect to the computer. Select Canon Import Step 4. Select All (for PC only) Step 5. Camera is now connected. Step 6. Go file import media. Select Canon on the left side, import.
7 To import footage from ZOOM Q4 camera, enter USB mode by navigating the following menus: Connect the camera to the computer with a USB cable.
8 Select Q4_SD from the CAMERAS menu. If you are using another CAMERA or SD CARD, that device will also show up on the left sidebar. Next, select the clips you wish to import from the camera, ensure that the Files setting is set to Copy to library, and click Import All.
9 IMPORTING PHOTOS OR VIDEOS FROM IPHONE/IPAD: To import photos or videos from your iphone or ipad, first connect it to the computer through USB, and then open the Photos app from the Dock (1). 1 Select your device from the sidebar (2), select the photos or videos you wish to import, and click Import Selected (3) Once your media is imported to Photos, be sure to re-launch Final Cut (if it s open) so your photos will appear. Now click on the Photos tab in Final Cut. Find your media in the Photos menu (4) and then drag the media into your event within your library (5). Once your media is in the event then you can drag the media to your project timeline to edit.
10 HOW TO USE THE OVER-THE-EAR HEADPHONES To use the headphones, open System Preferences from the dock (1). Select the Sound option (2), click on the Output tab (3), and click on the Plantronics_Audio 655 DSP option (4)
11 DOWNLOADING VIDEOS FROM YOUTUBE INTO FINAL CUT X: To download videos from YouTube and add them to your library, first find the video on YouTube and copy the link. Launch MacX YouTube Downloader from the dock. Click on the button in the top left corner to add a link. Click on the Paste and Analyze button.
12 Choose the highest resolution video with the mp4 format, and click OK. Click Download Now (1). Once the video has been downloaded, click Open (2) to locate it. Finally, import it into your project by dragging it on your Final Cut event or through the Import menu. 2 1
13 DOWNLOADING STOCK FOOTAGE, MUSIC, SOUND EFFECTS, AND GRAPHICS: To download free stock video, audio, or graphics, open the following folder on the desktop (1) and double click on your desired type of content (2). 1 2 Login to Videoblocks, Audioblocks, or Graphicstock using the prefilled login information. Search for your desired content using descriptive keywords. Download your desired content. Choose HD MOV format for videos, WAV format for audio, and JPG for graphics. Add your content to your library using the instructions on Page 16.
14 BASIC EDITING TOOLS: Clip To select a clip from your imported footage, click and drag on it so that your desired clip is highlighted in yellow. Alternatively, you can play through your clip and use the I key to set the clip start point and the O key to set the out point. To begin building your video, drag your selected clip to the timeline. Timeline
15 The panel above the Timeline contains the tools you will need to build your video The Select tool (1) is the default tool for moving clips around on the Timeline. It will automatically move clips in order to prevent overwriting and maintain the structure of your project. The Position tool (2) allows you to move clips anywhere on the Timeline without restriction. Use this tool if the Select tool is preventing you from making an edit that you need. The Range Selection tool (3) allows you to select a piece of your clip and change the volume of the audio. Simply click and drag on the clip to make your selection, then drag the volume line up or down to change the volume. You can also press DELETE to delete that segment of your clip. The Blade tool (4) allows you to split a clip at any point.
16 PROJECTS, EFFECTS, TEXT, AND TRANSITIONS: On the top left side you will find icons to locate your project, to add photos and text On lower right side you will find a set of icons that contain useful effects and transitions that you can add to your video. 1) This is the projects icon, your library and projects are located here. 2) Photos imported via the Photos app as well as music downloaded into itunes is located here. 3) Text, such as titles and lower thirds can be added here from the Titles menu. Also, premade backgrounds and generators can be found here. 4) Both video and audio effects such as filters can be found in the Effects menu. 5) Transitions between clips, such as fades and dissolves, are in the Transitions menu. 4 5 You can add any of these elements to your video simply by dragging them to the timeline. Transitions should be added between clips, Titles should be above clips, and Effects are added directly on top of a clip.
17 ADDING MUSIC AND IMAGES: Music and images can be imported into your project by dragging them onto your Event. After importing these files, you can incorporate them into your video by dragging them to the Timeline. Music should be added under other clips, while images can be added in the same way as videos.
18 RECORDING A VOICEOVER: To record a voiceover, ensure the microphone is connected to the computer. Press Window, and Record Voiceover (1). Position your playhead in the timeline at the point where you wish to add the voiceover, and press the red record button to record (2). 2 1 After a countdown, recording will begin and the voiceover will be placed directly on the timeline. Press the red button in the Record Voiceover menu to stop recording.
19 SAVING YOUR PROJECT AND EXPORTING YOUR VIDEO: If you need to leave the project and return later, you can simply close Final Cut Pro X, as your project will be saved automatically. Once you are ready to export your project, press File, Share, and Student Export (1). Click Next, and save your file in the Finished Videos folder (2) (3). The progress circle icon on the upper left portion of the program will indicate the progress of the exporting process. When the circle turns to a checkmark the file has now been exported. You will find your completed video in the Finished Videos folder on the Desktop (4).
20 UPLOADING YOUR VIDEO TO YOUTUBE AS UNLISTED: To upload your video to YouTube and set as unlisted means only you and whoever you share the link with will have access. The video will not be shown publicly on YouTube or under your name. (1) 2. Enter your USD Torero ID when you get to the next screen. 1. Go to YouTube.com and click Sign in at the top right. 3. Since Torero Mail is powered by Google and Google owns YouTube, you just have to connect your Torero Mail to YouTube by entering your Torero and password below. NOTE: You ll then be asked to create a YouTube channel where you can just enter your name. 4. You ll now be logged into YouTube where you select Upload at the top right. 5. Once the video uploads, you can copy and paste the link and send to your professor or group. Select Unlisted when you get to the next screen.
21 COPYING VHS TO DVD: 1. Turn on the SHARP TV (1) and make sure it is set to INPUT Turn on Panasonic DVD/VHS deck (2). 3. Press DRIVE SELECT to enter VHS mode (3), then toggle CH to IN1 (4). 4. Put VHS tape in the slot and use the remote control to fast forward or rewind to the point at which you want to start recording. 1 VHS Slot 2 3 4
22 5. Place a blank DVD in the DVD slot. 6. On the remote labeled DVD/VHS, press REC MODE (1). Choose from the following options based on the length of your tape and desired quality: XP 60 minutes of the highest quality video will fit onto the DVD. SP 120 minutes of high quality video will fit onto the DVD. LP minutes of medium quality video will fit on the DVD. EP 660 min of low quality video will fit onto the DVD. 7. Press DRIVE SELECT (2) and switch to DVD mode. 8. Hold the DVD arrow button for 3 seconds until prompted to let go (3). 9. Once the copying process is complete, the DVD must be finalized. Press the Open/Close (4), and then press REC when prompted (5). When finalization is done, eject the DVD again and remove it. 4 DVD Slot
23 CAPTURE VIDEO FROM DVD OR VHS TO THE COMPUTER: 1. Insert DVD or VHS into the player below the TV monitor. 2. Open the program Roxio Video Capture program on the computer. 3. If you wish to only capture a certain amount of time, check the box next to Auto-Stop and pick the length of time (1). If you are archiving a tape select High quality. If you are using it in the classroom pick Medium quality (2). 4. Click the red Record button to start recording. To manually stop the recording hit Stop to end the recording (3). Your video will be saved in the Finished Videos folder on the Desktop
24 IMPORTANT VIDEO APPS IN THE DOCK: (1)MacX YouTube Downloader - Downloads videos from YouTube. (2)iTunes - Plays digital media, downloads and imports music and voice notes. (3)Handbrake - Compresses video files to MP4 video format. (4)Roxio Video Capture - Captures VHS/DVD to the computer. (5)Final Cut Pro X - Video editing software. (6)QuickTime Player - Plays videos, and allows for webcam recording and screen capture. (7)Toast Titanium - Converts video files from one format to another.
25 COMPRESSING BIG VIDEO FILES: Open Handbrake from the dock. Drag the file you wish to compress into the program window. 2. Select a preset from the right sidebar (1). 3. Press the Browse Button to select where to save your compressed file (2). 4. Press Start to begin compression (3). Once complete, retrieve your file from the Finished Videos folder on the Desktop.
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