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Final Cut Training

Final Cut Training News from American Graphics Institute.

Final Cut Pro for more than just filmmakers

  • Published on October 3, 2018
Final Cut Pro for more than just filmmakers

Knowledge of Final Cut Pro can not only help individuals create great videos, but possibly get ahead professionally as well.

How Final Cut Pro Training Helps You

  • Published on September 24, 2018
How Final Cut Pro Training Helps You

The video editing software application Final Cut Pro is widely used for creating and editing movies and videos. Final Cut Pro training helps professionals to make the most of the latest generation of Final Cut Pro, including adjusting colors, creating clips from different camera shots, connect clips, and adding 3D titles along with more efficiently using the app to make traditional edits and transitions.

How to Learn Final Cut Pro

  • Published on September 17, 2018
How to Learn Final Cut Pro

Learning Final Cut Pro is useful for anyone using a Mac who needs to create high quality video. Options to learn Final Cut Pro include public classes, private training, online training and books. The best ways for learning Final Cut pro depend upon the timeframe available for learning, whether there are unique requirements for any immediate video projects, and the available budget.

Learn Premiere Pro, Final Cut or Avid for Video Editing?

  • Published on September 10, 2018
Learn Premiere Pro, Final Cut or Avid for Video Editing?

Many entry editors wonder whether they should learn Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro or Avid for video editing. Existing video editors who have worked with Avid’s suite of video editing tools may wonder if they should also broaden their skills by taking a Premiere Pro course or one for Final Cut. The answer is less clear-cut than most video professionals would prefer. Adobe’s Premiere Pro, Apple’s Final Cut and Avid’s range of video editing tools are aimed at different audiences.

Apple offers Final Cut alternative for mobile video

  • Published on March 26, 2017
 Apple offers Final Cut alternative for mobile video

Apple is providing a video editing alternative to Final Cut Pro for iOS users. With an ever increasing amount of video being created on its mobile devices, Apple has been feeling left-out of the mobile video editing and sharing process. In order for Apple to play an increased role with video being created and shared on phones and tablets, Apple is introducing a Final Cut alternative, Apple Clips. This new mobile video editing app is used for creating videos to be shared across Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter, iMessage and other social media platforms.

Focused on Video, Gannett cuts 200 NJ print journalism jobs

  • Published on September 16, 2016
Focused on Video, Gannett cuts 200 NJ print journalism jobs

This July Gannett purchased several daily newspapers and websites in New Jersey including The Bergen Record and the Herald News along with 50 weekly community newspapers known collectively as the North Jersey Media Group. Two months later Gannett is making big cuts to these newspapers staffing levels.

Mobile video editing apps cut into Premiere Pro and Final Cut

  • Published on November 11, 2015
Mobile video editing apps cut into Premiere Pro and Final Cut

Just a year ago if you wanted to edit digital videos you would have transferred them to a desktop or laptop computer for the task. Using a dedicated video editing app such as Adobe Premiere Pro or Apple Final Cut Pro to perform video editing was the only option. The equipment and applications for video editing have evolved at a rapid pace.

Apple releases Final Cut Pro 10.2

  • Published on April 13, 2015
Apple releases Final Cut Pro 10.2

Today Apple released a new version of Final Cut Pro X, its professional video editing software. The new version is Final Cut Pro 10.2 and adds 3D titles, and enhanced masking to apply color grading or effects. Behind-the-scenes improvements to FCP X include added support for an increasing number of types of video cameras, and GPU-accelerated RED RAW processing which will reduce wait times for editors. The latest version even supports dual GPUs as are found on the latest Mac Pro models.

3-D video editing coming to Final Cut Pro

  • Published on January 24, 2014
3-D video editing coming to Final Cut Pro

Is Apple planning to add stereoscopic 3-D functionality to Final Cut Pro?