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I am new to Final Cut Pro X  and Was wondering f anyone can take a look at one of my edits and tell me how well I am doing.. an outside eye would be of great help and appreciated
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the disolves I can do but I am so new to final cut in all I don't even know how to mark key points let alone snow.. I moved from Adobe CS6
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HELP! Tengo un gran problema. Estoy editando con Final Cut Pro 7.0.2.  Sospecho que al actualizar "Codecs de Quicktime para Pro Apps" (recomendado para Final Cut Pro X) ahora no puedo visualizar ni editar mis archivos HDV720p.  En "Compressor" me indica que ahora es un hdv5. He intentado desinstalar Quicktime pero sigue apareciendo el codec hdv5.
Gracias por cualquier aportación.
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Hey, good to hear you manage that problem and someone here is happy to read this, because of the same problem. Thank you very much for sharing.
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Andy Seal

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Update! 10.09.
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Maybe new problems we didn't have before... ;-)
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Todd Kelley

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This was the first project I used to get my feet wet in Final Cut Pro X. I shot all the video footage on a Canon Rebel T2i. The only thing not done in FCPX were the logo animations, which were pre-rendered in After Effects (I still had a few months before I was comfortable with Motion 5).
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this was good, I am currently learning motion and fcpx.  I am an Avid editor looking to switch because of the cost of constantly paying for a new Avid everytime apple update their OS.  Good work.
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Todd Kelley

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I bought this app. Still getting use to it, but having my iPad as a 2nd screen controller is pretty cool.
http://store.pixelfilmstudios.com/plugin/app-procutx
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Steve Sheridan

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My latest attempt with FCP X.
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Thanks for the feedback +Steve Sheridan - also working on colour correction, mostly due to shooting friend's wedding videos with 3 different cameras. Love FCPX though.
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Reuben James

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Hi there everyone, I just recently posted my first video on the tube you can go check it out here: Minneapolis Abbey: A Downton Abbey Parody

It was edited with FCP X, and the titles were done in AE

Tell me what you think...

_RJ Productions
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I don't know, my camera only does MP4 and AVCHD (which I like)
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Loren Risker

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I just realized command-option-t brings up a "characters" dialogue with lots of ASCII symbols you can use in titles.  
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Thanks for the tip
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Merry Christmas!
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Hello,

I just recently got a MacBook Pro that supported Final Cut X and I was wondering is there any good add ons ie filters for FCPX that would give me the reel to reel super 8mm film look
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Iloveqc, http://www.iloveqc.org. They're amazing plugins, if you can figure out how to use them. Let me know if you do, because I still can't figure them out. 
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NEW MUSIC VIDEO
BY NOEMOTION GOLDMASK
8TH HOUR ERECTION
http://youtu.be/R6RvbPEgQuA
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MY LAST MUSIC VIDEO SHOT AND EDITED BY ME
FEED BACK
http://youtu.be/0UTKuIAe5Xw
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I like the  video and I'm also from FAU
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Todd Kelley

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I'm editing a lot of music videos these days. The Pixel Film Studios suite of plugins are awesome.
https://vimeo.com/51644571
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I'm addicted to Pixel Film Studios and motionVFX plugins. It's a disease!
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FCPX, Compressor and Motion has been updated. 
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Loren Risker

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Just realized another little trick.

When mousing over an audio level line a box with the current volume pops up. If you press tab, it will let you type in numbers to change the volume.
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I keep getting +1ed for this comment so I feel I should correct it. This is completely false, actually. You can enter in numbers, but they don't take. It feels like a feature thought of but never followed through on.
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Tom Fox

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awesome
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Andy Seal

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Shot on a Canon G12, editted and uploaded in next to no time with FCPX.
Multicam IS awesome.
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Jordan West

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Hey everyone, I'm pretty versed in most of FCP X, but am looking for a similar (and fast way) to essentially "Normalize" the audio in FCP X of a clip in the timeline.  I know that that feature isn't really there exactly the same way it was in FCP 7, but wanted to know what you all recommend? I'm trying to get the audio to basically peak at 0 db or -1 (for the web) and find raising or lowering a the "db line" in the timeline a bit of a chore to make sure that it's exactly perfect (especially when the clip is longer).  Any recommendations or even better ways to accomplish this "leveling of the audio"?? THANKS IN ADVANCE!!!
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Thanks everyone with your suggestions!! I actually found a great one from some research that does exactly what I want it to. You use the Logic Adaptive Limiter inside of FCP X and then set the output db to 0 or whatever you want it to be. Then gain it up as high as you feel necessary and bring up the other levels if needed. It'll give you plenty extra db if you need it (up to 24-30 more) and you won't peak. So nice! Give it a try! No more going through and key framing or range selecting each portion that's off a couple db!!
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