Final Cut Pro X: What’s new in 10.0.6

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Total Run Time: 50 minutes

Enjoy this free video on the update to Final Cut Pro X 10.0.06 which has more far reaching effects than the earlier updates and certainly improves the speed of editing with the subtleties of the new features:

These are my pick of features from this update to Final Cut Pro X:

• Paste attributes window lets you choose specific effects to copy between clips
• Combine audio from multiple angles within a Multicam Clip
• Dual viewers, each with a video scope display, let you compare shots to match action and color
• Freeze frames to your timeline with a single keystroke
• Drop shadow effect to adjust position, edge falloff,
• Chapter markers in the timeline for export to video files, DVD, and Blu-ray disc
• Compound Clip creation in the timeline now saves the clip in the Event Browser for re-use in other projects

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Bruce MacbrydeBruce Macbryde is a trained graphic designer, who has migrated to video production and training.

Bruce is CEO of VideoEditOz a Sydney production facility specialising in Events and Corporate web video.

Bruce is actively involved with the business both in filming and the editing process.

Bruce has been editing with Final Cut Pro since 2002, and was a trainer for Final Cut Pro and other Apple software with Australian Apple reseller NextByte for a number of years. Previously, in 1990s, while working with his Graphic Design Company, DesignDirect, Bruce was a registered trainer for Graphic design software; Freehand and PageMaker at several Tertiary institutions as well as freelancing engagements.

Currently Bruce is an independent trainer for Final Cut Pro X, iMovie and Motion. Training is provided on a face to face basis as well as via email and SKYPE. Training and support is provided for individuals and corporates, on a “one on one” as well as to groups. Bruce has trained staff from Sydney TV channels; Channel 9, Channel 7, and ABC as well as well known Australian corporates.

Bruce also trains Final Cut Pro users globally via SKYPE.

Bruce’s Web tutorials on Final Cut Pro and iMovie have been created, recorded and published since 2009.