Final Cut Pro 6 Video Tutorial – Editing Basics 06: Importing Video (3) – iShowU
Over the next several days, we are going to release several or up to a dozen video tutorials for Apple’s Final Cut Pro 6. This series is intended for those who have just started using Final Cut Pro 6 without prior experience in digital video editing and need some guidance. We, MacHouse, edit more than 200 videos each year, using Apple Final Cut Pro. So we can help you.
This Final Cut Pro 6 video tutorial series is for offline editing. That is, we assume that all video clips are stored on a hard disk drive. So we don’t import videos from video cameras.
Ambrosia’s Snapz Pro X isn’t necessarily the best screen-capture application for some people because of its frame rate problem. So what are other choices do Mac users have? One choice is shinywhitebox’s iShowU, which we reviewed several months ago. (Click here to read the review.)
In this video tutorial, we want to figure out what is the best way of using iShowU screen-capture videos with Final Cut Pro. So we first screen-capture desktop action with iShowU in real time. We then import this iShowU video to Final Cut Pro.
Keywords: Record system audio, Normal frame rate, Scale, Quality, Compression, Mouse recording, Mouse clicks, Capture size, Sequence, Render All
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Final Cut Pro is a product of Apple, Inc.
iShowU Mac is a product of shinywhitebox.