February 7, 2014
This Final Cut Pro X tutorial will get you started with editing.
- It contains 2 hours and 32 minutes of video training.
- It is updated for version 10.1 of Final Cut Pro X.
- This tutorial is totally free to watch on this site!
- (Optional) You can purchase the downloadable version of this tutorial which includes practice clips you can use to follow along. (Scroll down past the table of contents for details.)
I hope this Final Cut Pro X training is helpful. Enjoy!
All the best,
Final Cut Pro X Tutorial Contents
- Getting Started
- Tour of the Final Cut Pro X Interface
- Select and Add Clip Ratings
- Smart Collections
- Types of Edits
- Connected Clips
- Clip Appearance
- Tools in Final Cut Pro X
- The Precision Editor
- Built-In Effects
- Ken Burns Effect
- Video Effects
- Compound Clips
- Slow Motion and Fast Motion
- Color Correction
- Media Management
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There are 40 new fonts (over and above the former “built in” set) for use in Final Cut Pro and Motion 5. They are:
Bank Gothic Light.ttf
Bank Gothic Medium.ttf
Bradley Hand Bold.ttf
Franklin Gothic Demibold.ttf
Shabash Pro Regular.ttf
The fonts with .ttc extensions are TrueType collections (multiple weights/styles, usually but not always).
Apple changed the location of the included fonts within FCPX and Motion from their locations in versions 10.0.9/5.0.7 and earlier. To include these fonts with your system fonts, You can find the new collection set in:
Final Cut Pro (or Motion) application; right click to Show Package Contents, then: Contents / Frameworks / Flexo.framework / Versions / A / Resources / Fonts
Use Font Book to install. I recommend creating a new “collection” and naming it FCPX Collection (it is guaranteed that all users of Final Cut and Motion will have access to these specific fonts — if you need to share projects.)