View video levels with FCP scopes
Check video peaks
Explore output mastering options
Once you’ve finished making your editorial decisions, you will want to prepare your sequence for export or output to tape. In both Avid and Final Cut Pro, this includes making sure all the video and audio levels are correct, backing up your files, saving your settings, and customizing your output options.
As with Avid workflows and challenging post budgets, you may be responsible for both video and audio finish “in house.” Even if your output is intermediate—perhaps for client review, fundraising ...