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February 7, 2014

by Israel Hyman (IzzyVideo)

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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,
Izzy

Final Cut Pro X Tutorial Contents

  1. Welcome
  2. Getting Started
  3. Tour of the Final Cut Pro X Interface
  4. Select and Add Clip Ratings
  5. Keywords
  6. Smart Collections
  7. Types of Edits
  8. Connected Clips
  9. Markers
  10. Clip Appearance
  11. Tools in Final Cut Pro X
  12. The Precision Editor
  13. Transitions
  14. Titles
  15. Built-In Effects
  16. Ken Burns Effect
  17. Video Effects
  18. Generators
  19. Compound Clips
  20. Storylines
  21. Auditions
  22. Slow Motion and Fast Motion
  23. Stabilization
  24. Color Correction
  25. Importing
  26. Sharing
  27. Media Management

This is my contact information.

My Email : : izzy (at) izzyvideo.com
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New Fonts in Final Cut Pro 10.1 and Motion 5.1

There are 40 new fonts (over and above the former “built in” set) for use in Final Cut Pro and Motion 5. They are:

AvenirBlackOblique.ttf
AvianoSansBold.ttf
Bank Gothic Light.ttf
Bank Gothic Medium.ttf
BasicCommercialLTCom-Bold.ttf
BeaufortPro.ttf
BebasNeue.otf
Bradley Hand Bold.ttf
Brush Script.ttf
DDT-bold.ttf
DDT-condensedsemibold.ttf
EngraversGothic-Regular.ttf
ForgottenFuturist.ttc
Franklin Gothic Demibold.ttf
GaramondRoughHEF-Medium.ttf
GaramondRoughHEF-Reg.ttf
GillSansUltraBold.ttf
Handwriting Dakota.ttf
HopperScript.ttf
Junegull.ttc
Loopiejuice-Regular.ttf
Luminari-Regular.ttf
OctinSpraypaint.ttc
OctinStencil.ttc
OldEnglishText-Regular.ttf
OperinaPro.ttf
Phosphate.ttc
Posterboard.ttf
SabonLTPro-Roman.ttf
Shababa.ttf
Shabash Pro Regular.ttf
Sinzano.ttc
SketchBlock-Light.ttf
Snell Roundhand.ttc
Soap.ttc
Trattatello.ttf
VIP.ttf
Virtus-Regular.otf
Wanted.ttc
Zingende Light.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.)

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