FCP X Basics For Beginners - Basic Editing (part 2)

This video is the very basics of editing in FCP X; how to add text, how to slice your clips, how to add generators, etc.

Hopefully I did an okay job with this video, I feel like I was rambling on; but, that is what happens when you talk for 20 minutes straight. I tried to touch on the important aspects of editing in FCP X.

***Note; everybody has a different style of editing, the way I edit might be different than someone else. Neither way is wrong, I feel you should edit the way that you are comfortable with editing. I have used Final Cut Pro since FCP 7, for about 10 years. While a lot has changed, one thing that hasn't is my habit for how I edit. ***

If you don't own FCP X, you can either purchase or download the trial version;

Buy: http://apple.co/2pZ8xW1
Trial: https://www.apple.com/final-cut-pro/trial/

You can also reach out for help on Twitter:
http://twitter.com/crizzonet  (@crizzonet)
Make sure you use the #FCPX hashtag on Twitter! You will be surprised at how many people reach out to help you!

These are the external drives I use:
LaCie Thunderbolt SSD;

LaCie Thunderbolt;

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Follow the FCP X Basics for Beginners Playlist; https://goo.gl/5mq3Bv

I also recommend looking at an Editors Keys Keyboard for FCP X shortcuts!  Buy the keyboard on Amazon; http://amzn.to/29exK76

Written Review of the Editors Keys keyboard; http://www.crizzo.net/2016/06/editors-keys-keyboard.html

Additional FCP X Playlist here on my YouTube channel;


Download the Final Cut Pro X Help Guide:

Recommended FCP X Books:
FPC X 10.2 (older version; but, still helpful): http://apple.co/2pZb2bd
Pro Workflow; http://apple.co/2pZkPOb
iGuide: http://apple.co/2pYZpAI