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Apple Pro Training Series: Optimizing Your Final Cut Pro System: A Technical Guide to Real-World Post-Production by Adam Wilt, Charles Roberts, Matthew Geller, Sean Cullen

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Chapter 1. Introduction to Online and Offline Editing

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This lesson takes approximately 20 minutes to complete.

Goals

Understand the principles of online editing

 

Understand the principles of offline editing

 

Choose an editing method for your project

There are many ways to approach editing your project in Final Cut Pro. Choosing your method early will help you understand the scope of your project. By taking these first steps, you will lay down a foundation for equipment requirements and make an outline of where your project will begin and end.

The versatility of Final Cut Pro allows a variety of editing approaches. Projects can originate and end in either film or video; they can involve multiple formats, such as tapes, DVDs ...

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