- Work with Layered Graphics
- Use Keyframes more Efficiently
- Learn how to Retime Your Effects
- Create and Work with Adjustment Layers
- Save and Share Effects Presets
Create Cool Effects in a Jiffy
This tutorial all about speed, so we get straight to the point. You’ll learn how to quickly create picture in picture effects, animated split screens, screen replacements, and more; all from right inside of Final Cut Pro X.
Color Correct Selectively
Using Final Cut Pro X’s Mask tools, you can limit your color corrections and effects to specific areas within the frame to create compelling visuals that will help draw viewers into your story.
Repeatability is Important
More complex effects take more time and tweaking to get your videos to look just right, but you don’t want to have to repeat that process every time. So we show you how to save and share your effects so that they can be applied any time you need them.
Greg S. (verified owner) –
Terrific use of time and money. I’m a business executive who is trying to improve his video editing skills. The warp speed videos– including the one on Motion– has ideal content.
Michael M. (verified owner) –
The best $10 I have ever spent. I haven’t finished the tutorial yet but I have to say I have learnt so much about working with stills in Final Cut Pro from this tutorial. Between this and the excellent Advanced Color Correction tutorial, I have made huge leaps in my knowledge of video editing and color grading, coming from a stills photography background. Thank you Mark. You have a rather rare quality for a true genius – the ability to transmit your knowledge in a straightforward and simple way.
Betty M. (verified owner) –
I’ve initially passed on Ripple Training videos since I’ve been working with Motion and Final Cut for years and look at the topics and say “I’ve done all that.” Wrong. With every video I have learned new tricks or rediscovered things that I had forgotten. Bottom line: Get the tutorials no matter how experienced you think you are.
One more thing: This video states that the import of an Affinity Photo PSD file into Final Cut does not bring in the layers. It does now – maybe not when this tutorial was created.
David L. (verified owner) –
I was a long time FCP7 user. So when FCPX came out, I was a bit flummoxed. Mark and Steve made it easy for me to make the transition with Mac Break Studios. I watch every episode as soon as they come out. These deep-dish dives into FCPX are worth every penny and have made my workflow even better. Thanks for the clear, concise tutorials!
John (verified owner) –
I’ve purchased 4 Training Tutorials. Final Cut Pro 10.4 Core, Warp Speed Effects in FCP 10.4, Advanced Color Correction in FCP 10.4 and Music Editing in FCP 10.4 and GarageBand. These are Professional Instructors and the tutorials are packed with info. The information is clear, concise and the pacing is perfect. Well done!