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In this episode of MacBreak Studio, Mark Spencer and Steve Martin continues their discussion with the 10.0.6 update to Final Cut Pro X. Mark follows up Steve's discussion of audio component editing, specifically going over editing audio tracks within multicam clips.
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In this episode of MacBreak Studio, Mark Spencer and Steve Martin continues their discussion with the 10.0.6 update to Final Cut Pro X. Steve talks about audio component editing and with the update, you can edit multiple audio channels with more precision.
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The Final Cut Pro X 10.0.6 update includes many workflow improvements across the entire editing process. In this episode of MacBreak Studio, Steve Martin talks with Mark Spencer about the importing features including the unified import window, the ability to import from a variety of camera sources, and the ability to quickly import selection ranges.
[LESS INFO] 18 VIEWS | ADDED 17:58:12 10/10/12
Mark Spencer talks about adjustment layers in Final Cut Pro X. He goes over with Steve Martin how with adjustment layers, you can apply different affects to a group of clips without having to apply the affects to each clip individually in FCPX. As a bonus, Ripple Training has created this adjustment layer title effect for you to use. You can access the effect by going to: http://www.rippletraining.com/using-the-adjustment-layer-title-in-final-cut-pro-x.html
[LESS INFO] 5 VIEWS | ADDED 20:37:00 10/02/12
Steve Martin talks with Mark Spencer about media management within Final Cut Pro X. Steve explains how Final Cut Pro X deals with external media and how you can make sure that you retain your media on your computer from external drives.
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Mark Spencer talks with Steve Martin about modifying your templates from Motion 5 to be used in Final Cut Pro X. By using the publish function in Motion, you can have control over certain aspects of your templates in Final Cut Pro X without having to go back in Motion.