Posted by Bill Cammack on Aug 17, 2009 in Editing | 5 comments
Final Cut Pro: Window Arrangement
great tutorials. I was just looking at Final Cut express and notinng the same setups arent available. Its possible to still do a similar set up though using the Custom Layouts right?
Thanks again for the great info and hard work your putting into these
Thank you, gnxmusic, and you’re welcome.
Yes, as far as I know, Final Cut Express allows you to create custom layouts.
They REALLY make a difference when it comes to speed and workflow.
I did notice on my FCP that depending on the resolution I’m running my monitor on, they will give me more or fewer options, so look into that as well.
PQhasc Very true! Makes a change to see someone spell it out like that.
Your tutorials online are how I found you… then on to your other site…
but now that you have this one:
Could you do a tutorial on the various video settings for different types of cameras?
24P , consumer DV, consumer / prosumer HD and DV, interlace …
I can edit – although I prefer to focus on other parts of production…like TAPING (0= Where the action is!!!)
But I can’t seem to find a decent tutorial on the proper A/V or system settings in FCP when dealing with FCP.
I had video in my system that looked nice and clear. Once I had to reinstall FCP the settings got changed to default and now my video doesn’t look so great. I hadn’t changed my settings in years prior to this re-installation of FCP.
Oh and lastly- Can you do a tutorial on removing bG noise like the “hum” from a laptop or camera , or tape hiss from a tape recorder? … I tried to use STP’s “set noise print” .. and it only worked ok, same with “remove hum” filter in FCP…
This is a laundry list… but I’ll graciously accept what ever tuturial you are willing to share…
Stay cool for school.
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