With Final Cut Pro 10.6, Apple introduces new features such as tracked motion graphics and the ability to edit videos recorded in Cinematic mode. In this FREE What's New course, trainer and video editor Iain Anderson covers them so you can start using them on your next project!
The major new feature is the Object Tracker, a tool that can follow the movement of objects in a video. Iain starts the course by showing you how to use this new functionality to track a color correction effect to a moving object in a clip. He explains how to work with multiple trackers, and how to correct a track when necessary. Tracking can also be used on a person's face, as Iain demonstrates next.
The new iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro lets you record in Cinematic mode, but how do you edit the depth effect of these videos? Iain reveals how you can do this with FCP 10.6 without having to reshoot. The course also reveals how to customize the List View columns in Final Cut's browser to show exactly what you need to view...
So dive in this FREE course now with Certified Trainer Iain Anderson to discover the new goodies that Apple added to Final Cut Pro!
Wonderful video, its very crisp and clear explanation
LOUIS J Zake wrote on November 23, 2021
Will have to repeat the course again to fully understand the processes
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