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29 Jan 2016
Quick Tip for Final Cut Pro

Video editing is often synonymous with Apple products due to the user-intuitive nature and functionality. Although every Apple computer is delivered built with video editing capabilities via iMovie, most video hobbyists and independent filmmakers have to have a more feature-rich video editing suite. Enter Final Cut Pro (FCP). First produced by Macromedia Inc., a now maintained by The apple company., FCP allows users to log and transfer video data onto a difficult drive for editing, processing and producing video content in the wide variety of formats. Using a product packed with numerous features, useful processes may be often overlooked while shifting through video editing options. Below I have to share a tip to get a slow-motion effect using footage with various resolutions and frame rates. Because of so many formats out there these days, it can be hard to keep track of everything and produce this content you desire.