Now that you have your clips on the timeline, it's time to get into the meat of the editing process. In part 4 of our six part Final Cut Pro X training series, we show you how to work with the trim, ripple, roll, and blade tools to adjust the in and out points of the clips.
This is a brand new approach to editing video that provides a fun and fast experience to editors of all levels. Those who find it appealing will find it makes post-production work faster, easier, and fun.
If you haven't read the latest on Final Cut Express 4 drop down a couple posts or click here if that's too much work. While the price drop on Final Express 4 (from $299, now $199) has got us excited, it was revealed that unlike the last version, FCE 4 will not be bundled with Soundtrack. Bummer.
reprinted from an Apple press release: CUPERTINO, CaliforniaNovember 15, 2007Apple today released Final Cut Express 4, a significant upgrade to its powerful video editing software based on Apples award-winning Final Cut Pro 6, with a new low price of $199.