This video demonstrates how to use template Drop Zones in Final Cut Pro X.
It also demonstrates how to handle a super common problem that can happen when you’re working with drop zones – frozen images.
I hope the information is helpful!
I’m thrilled to announce something totally new today!
This is a new direction for Izzy Video…
For the past several weeks I’ve been quietly working behind-the-scenes to create something totally new. And it’s finally ready.
I’m releasing a new Final Cut Pro X tutorial, but I’m doing something different with it this time.
Here are the bullet points:
- 3 hours of training
- 21 videos
- Includes practice media so you can follow along
And the price?
My goal with this training was to try to make one of the most useful Final Cut Pro X training tutorials in the world and then give it away for free.
Where can you find it? It’s on YouTube. :)
Here’s the link:
Check it out and let me know what you think!
This is a new direction for Izzy Video, and I hope it’s useful to you.
I have another fun surprise for you today!
It’s a photo slideshow template for Final Cut Pro with matching music, and it’s free. :)
This is a very simple template, but I think it could be useful in many situations.
For example, sometimes you need a simple photo slideshow with music, but you don’t want to spend a lot of time adjusting the Ken Burns effect in Final Cut Pro X, selecting and timing music, etc.
This template should help with that problem. It’s a slideshow that’s already animated and is already timed to a specific music track. All you have to do is drop the template into your project, drag the music in, and then click to select each of the photos for the template’s fifteen drop zones.
Everything else is already set.
The included music is a simple piece of gentle music that I composed, and it matches the template’s mood and duration.
I hope you enjoy the template and matching music and that you’re able to get some use out of them. :)
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How to Install and Use the Custom Template
This video demonstrates how to install and use the template:
Here’s an example of the template’s final results:
Please note that the template is designed to use landscape (not vertical) photos. Also, you’ll need at least version 10.4.3 of Final Cut Pro X for the template to work.