When you publish or export a project, it is similarly rendered to create the output files. For example, you might set multiple ranges in a long event clip, and then deselect some of the ranges before adding all of the selected ranges to the Timeline at once. To individually adjust each corner using the Video inspector, use the Distort controls. Each increment of the scale from left to right represents a percentage of luma or color, and the height of each segment of the Histogram graph shows the number of pixels that correspond to that percentage. Click the Titles button in the toolbar or press Command-5. All selections in the Browser are actually range selections with adjustable start and end points.
Note: The Previous Text Layer and Next Text Layer buttons also support Motion text edit markers. In the window that appears, choose one of the following options: Update All: Click Update All to allow Final Cut Pro to organize your existing projects and events into libraries. Adjust the Trim effect Select a clip in the Timeline. You can analyze video during import, or analyze video clips in the Browser after import. Note: If you chose Hide Rejected from the Filter pop-up menu at the top of the Browser, clips marked as Rejected disappear from view. Enter notes for a clip here.
As you move the pointer over the angles in the Angle Viewer, the pointer changes to the Blade tool, indicating that a cut and switch will occur when you click. The clip appears in the Timeline, and all clips after the insertion point are rippled forward to the right. This is particularly useful when you have multiple audio clips recorded in different environments but want the clips to sound similar to each other. Final Cut Pro X 10. The clip or clips appear in the event. This effect, often used along with the Transform effect, is commonly used on a clip placed over a primary storyline clip, which becomes the background of the trimmed clip.
Adjust the available settings as needed. This is useful when you want to connect a specific frame or audio sample in the connected clip or storyline with a specific frame or audio sample in the primary storyline. The combined duration of the two clips stays the same. Shifted edit point Original edit point When you play back this section of the Timeline, you hear the man begin to speak before the video cuts to the close-up of him. This is known as nondestructive editing, because all of the changes and effects you apply to your footage never affect the original source media files. There are many ways to adjust the view of the Timeline.
Video proxy files can use considerably less disk space, often enough to allow you to work on a portable computer instead of a desktop computer that has significantly more memory and processing power. You can trim or extend the end of one clip and the beginning of the next, either separately or together. Match audio Select the clip or clips you want changed in the Timeline. Note that although Keyword Collections are not nested in the Libraries list, every file in a folder will get a Keyword Collection for each folder it is in, whether it is one, two, or more levels deep in that folder. To remove a transition between speed segments, double-click the last frame of the outgoing speed segment in the Retime Editor. See the following task for more information. To show these, you first need to create a simple three-corner effect.
Normal clip view Clip with expanded audio When you show expanded audio, the audio and video portions of the clip remain attached to each other. Drag the end point of the outgoing clip or the start point of the incoming clip. The destinations in the Destinations list on the left side of the Destinations pane also appear in the Share submenu of the File menu and in the pop-up menu that appears when you click the Share button in the toolbar. If Log C media was imported into an earlier version of Final Cut Pro X, Log C processing is disabled by default for that media. If you drag the retiming handle to the left, the speed of the selection increases, the duration of the selection decreases, and the bar above the Timeline selection turns blue. In the Libraries list, select an event or an entire library containing the clips you want to relink.
Final Cut Pro trims the clip start and end points to the range selection. Move the pointer over the transition thumbnails to see an example of what the transition looks like. To return the effect to its default settings, choose Default from the Preset pop-up menu. Choosing this option increases playback performance, but lowers the video quality. To turn off audio monitoring, press Shift-A again. Keyframes for the parameter you chose appear as white diamonds, while keyframes for other effect parameters appear gray.
When you move a clip out of the primary storyline, it becomes either an individual connected clip or part of a connected storyline. Supports four tracks of audio. This is infinitely more effective for most people that just reading off a document. In the example above, if you selected the end point of the clip, subsequent clips in the Timeline are rippled accordingly. The selected mode governs which graphs in the color wheel are adjustable. Selected clips in the Timeline New compound clip Compound. You can play back events, projects, or individual clips in full- screen view or on a second display.
For example, you can use fade handles to adjust how long it takes for an opacity effect to fade in, how long it takes to fade up from black, or how long it takes to fade to black. . An orange line along the bottom of an event clip indicates it is being used in the current project. A clip with a purple line has one or more analysis keywords. For information about making advanced luma key adjustments, see the following instructions. A checkmark appears next to the role you chose. You can also search for it using the Search box in the top right.
A large event may hold many clips. The clip moves forward A gap clip fills the or back by the duration vacated part of. You can make a simple adjustment to evenly combine two images, or you can choose from settings that use the video content to determine how to combine the images. You can also open Front Row by pressing Command-Escape. Drag this line to adjust the selected value. Linear: Maintains a constant rate of change over the duration of the fade. This method prevents any ripple edits.