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Final Cut Pro: Curso básico interuniversitario de formación de formadores AATCe (Apple Authorized Training Center Education) de Apple


Barreira
22 al 24 de abril 2008
G.V. Marques de Turia 65
46005 Valencia

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Del 22 al 24 de abril (ambos inclusive) y a jornada completa (mañana y tarde) tendrá lugar el curso de Final Cut Pro para formadores de Apple en la empresa Barreira de València.

Este curso es el primero de tres que se deben de cursar para obtener el grado de Trainer (formador) de forma que se reconozca a la Universitat como centro oficial de formación Apple.

Dado el caracter específico del curso la asistència a este obliga al alumno a:

Aquellos interesados deberan solicitar una de las 4 plazas ofertadas para la Universidad antes del 16 de abril a las 12:00 horas mediante el formulario de inscripción.

La asignación de plazas se hará publica la segunda semana de abril.

Datos del curso

Es muy importante para realizar el examen que todos traigáis vuestro AppleID, Contraseña y TechID.

El libro Final Cut Pro 6 End User Level 1 lo debéis traer vosotros al curso y es de gran utilidad que lo reviséis antes de venir para que el curso sea más agil. Podéis obtener el libro en http://www.peachpit.com:80/store/product.aspx?isbn=0321502655

En los últimos 10 cursos que hemos realizado, el 87% de los alumnos que acudieron sin libro no pasaron el examen.

Course Description

This three days course introduces students to the primary feature set and basic interface of Final Cut Pro. In this course you learn to perform basic editing functions while familiarizing yourself with the user interface. Topics include basic setup, adjusting and customizing preferences and settings, capturing video and audio, various editing and trimming techniques, ripple, roll, slip and slide tools, audio editing and audio creation, finishing and final output.

Certification

This course covers the requirements necessary to successfully become an Apple Certified Pro, Level One in Final Cut Pro. Level One certification attests to basic operational knowledge of the application.

Final Cut Pro Level One certification also counts towards the new Final Cut Studio (FCS) Master Pro certification. FCS Master certification recognizes a Certified Pro’s skills with the entire Final Cut Studio product suite. Since workflow is such a significant component of Final Cut Studio, users need certification in at least four of the applications to earn Master Certification. For details, please visit training.apple.com/certification/proapps.

Prerequisites

Students should have the following prerequisite knowledge prior to attending the course:

Contents

  1. Screening and Marking in the Final Cut Pro Interface Launching Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Pro Interface, Following a Workflow, Working with Projects, Organizing Elements, Playing Clips in the Viewer, Navigating Clips, Project Tasks, Navigating a Sequence, Marking Clips, Quitting and Hiding Final Cut Pro.
  2. Editing Clips in the Timeline Managing Project Elements, Editing a Rough Cut, Making Overwrite Edits, Managing Timeline Tracks, Making Insert Edits, Adding Audio Clips, Moving Clips in the Timeline, Drag-and-Drop Editing, and Changing Volume of Edited Clips.
  3. Finishing the Rough Cut Adding Cutaways, Editing to Narration, Editing to Music, Copying, Cutting, Pasting and Positioning Clips.
  4. Trimming to Refine Clip Duration Preparing a Project for Trimming, Trimming Overview, Rippling Edit Points, Rippling in the Viewer and by Numbers, Trimming on the V2 Track, and Trimming One Track of a Linked Clip.
  5. Trimming to Refine a Sequence Preparing Your Sequence, Adjusting Two Edit Points, Slipping One Clip, Slipping Sequence Clips, Rolling Two Edit Points, Sliding Clips to Refine Position, Dragging Clips to New Locations, and Keeping Linked Clips in Sync.
  6. Refining the Edit Process Creating Subclips, Adding Markers to Clips, Storyboard Editing, Replacing Edits, and Editing Multicamera.
  7. Supporting the Editing Process Reconnecting Media, Playing Multiple Formats, Working with Master Clips, Logging Information in Browser Columns, Finding and Labeling Project Items, Customizing Shortcut Keys and Buttons, Saving and Loading Layouts, and Optimizing User Preferences.
  8. Capturing Footage Connecting Sources for Capture, Creating a New Project for Capturing, Previewing and Marking Your Source, Logging Clips, Choosing Clip Settings, Choosing Capture Settings, Choosing Capturing Options, Setting Capture Preferences and Acquiring Other Media.
  9. Applying Transitions Evaluating Project Needs, Understanding Transitions, Viewing Transition Options, Applying Transitions, Modifying and Copying Transitions, Using the Transition Editor, Changing Transition Parameters, Previewing and Rendering Effects.
  10. Mixing Audio Tracks Preparing the Project, Organizing and Editing Audio Tracks, Monitoring and Adjusting Audio Levels, Applying Transitions to Fade Volume, Setting Keyframes to Change Volume, Using the Audio Mixer, Recording a Narration Track, and Importing CD Tracks.
  11. Creating Titles Working with Video Generators, Adding a Lower Third, Applying a Boris Title, Creating a Credit Roll, Adding Mattes and Other Generated Items, Building a Composite Opening Title, Using Master Templates, and Working with Graphics.
  12. Changing Motion Properties Changing Speed Properties, Creating a Freeze-Frame, Changing Clip Size and Position, Building a Split Screen, and Animating Motion Parameters.
  13. Applying Filters Applying and Viewing Filters, Viewing and Modifying Filter Parameters, Applying Audio Filters, Using a Color Correction Filter, and Animating Filters.
  14. Finishing and Outputting Detecting Audio Peaks, Adjusting Video Levels for Broadcast, Understanding File Formats, Exporting QuickTime Files, Outputting to Tape, and Backing up Projects.

Información adicional

Programa AATCe (Apple Authorized Training Center Education):

Inscripción

Formulario de inscripción.