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  • Course description
    Final Cut Pro Beginners Course

               15/11/2012 - 13/12/2012 (20% November Discount, £147 or £73 conc)
               17/01/2013 - 14/02/2013
               26/02/2013 - 26/03/2013

    Time: 18:30 - 21:00

    5 weeks

    Discount price:
    £184 (Concessions £110)

    This course will introduce you to video editing, using the industry-standard editing software Final Cut Pro 7 (Final Cut Studio 3). With the solid grounding that this course provides, you should have few problems with basic editing in the future. It is divided into five distinct lessons, each dealing with a different aspect of video editing in Final Cut Pro. Media for use in class is provided, along with comprehensive accompanying notes.

    Upon completing this course, you will:
    • Know how to set up Final Cut Pro to minimise the risk of data-loss
    • Be able to identify different audio/video cables and their uses
    • Be able to set up an edit suite
    • Be able to capture and ingest video in an ordered and logical manner
    • Be able to perform a ‘three-point edit’ and target different tracks
    • Understand how to mark footage and how this is useful in the edit
    • Be able to edit a short sequence of digital video using a variety of edit tools
    • Be able to edit audio on the soundtrack and understand how to adjust levels
    • Know how to add titles and transition effects to an edit
    • Be able to use the ‘Share’ function to produce DVDs, YouTube clips and other media-types from a finished edit

    Students should be Mac or PC literate and fluent in Englis

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