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Check out my newly updated Final Cut Pro X tutorial! The rest of this site contains more than 200 video tutorials on topics such as video lighting, audio for video, using a video camera, editing in Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Express, and more.

How to Overlay the Date and Time in Final Cut Pro X – Izzy Video 280

This short video answers a question I received from a member:

“How do you overlay the date and time on a video in Final Cut Pro X?”

The good news is that you can do it. The bad news is that you don’t have a lot of customization capability.

The full video is in the member library. If you’re not already a member, click here to learn about a membership.

November 22, 2014
Filed under: Izzy Video News — by Izzy Hyman @ 4:17 pm

Grunge Title Effect in Final Cut Pro X – Izzy Video 279

In this video I demonstrate how to create a grunge title effect in Final Cut Pro X.

Along the way, I demonstrate how to use tools and effects that you might not be super-familiar with.

The full video is in the member library. If you’re not already a member, click here to learn about a membership.

November 21, 2014
Filed under: Izzy Video News — by Izzy Hyman @ 10:19 am

Advanced Editing Tip for Final Cut Pro X : Compound Clip Container Magic – Izzy Video 278

This video demonstrates a powerful way to use compound clips in Final Cut Pro X.

You’ll find the video in the membership library.

Filed under: Izzy Video News — by Izzy Hyman @ 10:17 am

Motion tutorial next?

I’ve been getting a lot of requests for a basic Motion tutorial — similar to my Final Cut Pro X tutorials, except about Motion.

If you would like me to make a tutorial on Motion, please add yourself to this email list to let me know you’re interested.






November 10, 2014
Filed under: Izzy Video News — by Izzy Hyman @ 8:09 am

How to Customize Colors in Final Cut Pro X Templates and Themes

Some people use Final Cut Pro X templates as they are. Other people like to customize them like crazy and really make them “their own”.

For example, sometimes we need to change the colors. Maybe we need the color to match a logo, or maybe we need the colors to better match the mood of the video.

Whatever the reason, we need to have control over the colors in a template. Sometimes that can be a simple thing, and sometimes it can be pretty complex. It depends on the way the template is structured.

In this video, I demonstrate how you can customize colors in templates.

November 4, 2014
Filed under: Final Cut Pro,Motion,Templates — by Izzy Hyman @ 7:51 am
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