There are things that I have never fathomed that are really straightforward in the tutorial. The basic workflow and tools are covered in Lessons 1 through 4 where you create a rough cut. It was published by Peachpit Press and has a total of 512 pages in the book. Please refer to the latest version of this title: Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro X 10. I prefer the online Apple manual and Youtube tutorials for this program. These tutorials are fun and easy to follow and understand. Well scripted, and even up-to-date.
Thanks, Steve and the rest of the Ripple Training Team. I like having the ability to download the videos and being able to watch them offline. Probably a perfect book for someone who knows absolutely nothing about creating videos. To find an Apple Authorized Training Center near you, please visit training. The one time I called, the person on the other end was very polite and professional showing a strong desire to help me out. Book Summary: The title of this book is Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro X 10. Sticking to one project throughout the book gives a very good foundation for actual practice.
Who is this book targeting? The real-world workflow continues through the remaining lessons as you take the basic project and enhance it with a deeper dive into the more advanced Final Cut Pro X 10. But at least you are learning the stuff that is immediately relevant to your needs. The multi-cam tutorial is equally helpful and proves I can do what needs to be done to make the most of the video of the show. This resource is well written overall but I wonder how much time elapsed from the date Apple released 10. I have not used Final Cut before. I can only hope that future versions of this book will address these issues. One thing I can say for certain is that I am not a fan of teaching from this book! The details are all there.
Stabilization and rolling shutter are mentioned but not demonstrated no footage is provided to demonstrate either of these The provided multicam footage is extremely boring and doesn't demonstrate the full potential of multicam, including mixing formats. Using professionally acquired media, you'll utilize the same tools and editing techniques used by editors worldwide in this revolutionary editing software. The Ripple Editing series has made learning the program a breeze. My rating is based on a caution as to its applicability and universal fit rather than a dig a Boykin. Many of the tips presented during the data management phase are well thought out and would certainly help any editor manage a larger project. I know you have put a fair amount of work into producing this latest version but I believe the upgrade cost, even at the discounted price, is too high. I, for one, found myself rereading sections over and over again trying to figure out what it was all about.
This removal may have been due to the fact that lesson four would probably be rated at taking around four or five hours to complete. The book is not compatible with Final Cut Pro X 10. The basic workflow and tools are covered in Lessons 1 through 4 where you'll create a rough cut. I finally, figuratively, tossed the ebook aside and got down to exploring the software on my own with occasional references to the index. These single person shots of the same person are laughingly used to demonstrate Final Cut Pro's facial detection feature. Great work and great training.
I would highly recommend it to anyone wanting to learn Final Cut Pro X, beginner or intermediate. Based upon that, I would opt for the book, because you're going to want to reference prior chapters through out the learning process, and a book is much easier. The best investment I have made in years. So far has been very useful, seems to cover much that is needed to output videos. Note to publisher, always include a table of contents and index, always. I love the post-production color adjustment capabilities and the fantastic simplicity of adding text and credits.
Not much of a risk, right? The basic workflow and tools are covered in Lessons 1 through 4 where you will create a rough cut. Over time, the divergence just gets wider and wider. Could be New Book, great condition, saved a bundle on it. The book becomes much less clear, and way more difficult to follow, and with one simple error, pretty much the rest of the book is screwed up for you because your results will never look the same as the authors. Coupled with the numerous tutorials Ripple put on YouTube you will be creating professional videos faster than you thought possible.
I find the information is organized and delivered in a clear and concise manner. The basic workflow and tools are covered in Lessons 1 through 4 where you create a rough cut. The lessons start as real world as it gets-with an empty application. That took me several hours with scissors and Scotch tape. Thanks Brendan, your time and patience explaining everything in such careful detail is greatly appreciated.
The instructions are very clear, and I have learned so much just from these lessons. I'm very impressed with the comprehensiveness of the subject matter covered, along with how easy the hands-on work is for the student. Boykin's book is about the only book of its kind out there which covers the latest release in that manner. Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro X 10. The basic workflow and tools are covered in Lessons 1 through 4 where you create a rough cut. I know you have put a fair amount of work into producing this latest version but I believe the upgrade cost, even at the discounted price, is too high.
At first I wondered why such close attention to how media is acquired and documented, then as I began the section on editing it quickly became apparent why laying the proper groundwork upfront is so important when you come to the actual editing process. I felt I had a good working knowledge of the program but also felt I was incorporating a number of workarounds so I wanted to learn more. Book Summary: The title of this book is Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro X 10. This time is necessary for searching and sorting links. The bad: There are well over 100 updates errata to be applied to update it to a newer release. Because I had prior experience, I found this book annoying rather than informative.