Final Cut Pro X Tutorial Beginners

Final Cut Pro X Tutorial Beginners

A basic full and free overview/ tutorial of everything you need to get started with Final Cut Pro X. Perfect for beginners!
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  1. Aditya Anand
    Aditya Anand says:

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR THIS I REALLY APPRECIATE FOR THIS. CAN YOU MAKE A VIDEO ON AUDIO SPECTRUM ON FCPX AND WITH FREE PLUGINS PLEASE

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  2. Johnny Melch
    Johnny Melch says:

    Apple tries to convince us how simple their system and programs are… even with this well done video, I am certain it would take dozens of trial and error to get something worth sharing / having. At that point, I’m over the $300 program and ask myself why I bought it!

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  4. Sage Goulet
    Sage Goulet says:

    At 7:52 you say to click on the little music note….I have been trying to get the whole bar that the music note sits in to show up in my program and can’t find any answers anywhere….WELP

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  5. Pack Your Bags
    Pack Your Bags says:

    Thanks for the video… learned a great deal just dropped my first video using final cut pro.. would love some feedback.

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  6. Sophy Lasuh
    Sophy Lasuh says:

    I just moved up from FCP 7 to X and want you to know how thankful I am for this tutorial. I understand that you did this 4 years ago but it would be great if you make a progressive series for users like me who learns everything on youtube from people who makes knowledge accessible and free from people like you!!! Thanks once again.

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  7. Benjamin Peres
    Benjamin Peres says:

    Thanks for the video =)
    I got a problem with my libraries in Final Cut Pro X. I have a Library with one video edited, it’s a 1min Time Lapse, the full video is about 2gb but my Library shows 88gb !!! I’ve already deleted the render files, I don’t understand… My laptop doesn’t work properly anymore as the space in disk is completely saturated… Thanks

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  8. CMDR Legendie
    CMDR Legendie says:

    One question that’s got me on the fence before I completely jump it and purchase Final Cut Pro X….as someone who really enjoys video editing, why should I pay such a price tag for this product when iMovie already has the features I need? Basically, I’m just weighing both on a scale and trying to decide which side drops, to keep using iMovie or not.

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  9. Jerry Crow
    Jerry Crow says:

    First: Thank you. Good job. If you want to improve, keep in mind the viewer doesn’t know where your cursor is. Try a standard place for it (e.g. mid-screen) and then start slowly, then circle around the ending place, then pause, then click.) Again, good job and thank you.

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