12-20-2008, 09:52 AM #1If Anyone Needs Help with Final Cut...
I will be making free tutorials on my youtube account. This goes for both Final Cut Express, And Final Cut Pro. Im going to be working with Final Cut Pro 6.0 but will be plenty useful for FCE users.
I am glad to help anyone with questions on here.
Here is my Youtube Channel. Go subscribe and the tutorials will start comming on soon.
YouTube - PhixionFilms's Channel
Any questions? Feel free to ask.
01-16-2009, 12:31 PM #2
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I have created a video in FCE and no matter what I save it as the quality on my youtube site is horrible! I captured the video right from my HD video camera directly into FCE. I have tried exporting the video by QuickTime Conversion as an Mpeg-4 and .mov. I tried saving at 1280x740 16:9, 640X480, H.264, at different bitrates with different frames per second...I have tried it all and still horrible quality. It seems to have great quality only when I export it from imovie08...but I don't want to use imovie08 because they don't have as much to offer as FCE does.
If there is no way to get good quality from FCE could I create a movie in FCE and export it to imovie08, then save it from imovie to youtube?
Also, could this have to do with a slow internet connection?
check out my youtube channel and you will see what I am talking about.
youtube.com/mybodysitetv (watch "shopping with ava")
01-18-2009, 05:21 PM #3
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01-21-2009, 12:51 PM #4
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- Jan 20, 2009
I have some questions regarding Final Cut - I'm looking at switching from my current PC with Power Director to a mac with Final Cut. I basically have 3 elements I need to combine into a video: a video (wmv), vocals (.mp3) and a music track (.mp3). I currently manually lay the vocals and the music to match what's recorded on the video and then mute the video. Then export out the completed video to a WMV that I then put online. It can sometimes take quite a while to match the vocals and music etc. I've always heard that Macs are the best for video, graphic and music manipulation so I've been contemplating switching but I don't want to if I'm not able to do what I need.
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