What's the best way to learn FCP X?
Hi Mac users,
I made the switch a few weeks ago and this forum has been very helpful to me and i'm very grateful for this. :Blushing:
My switch was work related because my boss wanted me to use a Mac for editing, so he gave me a Macbook Pro Mid2012. I was used to using AVS Vid editor and Corel products on PC but now have to use a program for Mac. Both programs i worked with have no Mac counterpart so i am forced to learn things on my own, hoping that by month's end, i will be capable and competent in editing on FCP X.
My questions are, what's the best way to learn?
(I saw a website, lynda.com that has many courses, is that any good?)
Is my Mid2012 Intel I5 4G ram enough for Mac Pro?(simple editing, 3 layers at most)
Do i have to convert all .VOB files before rendering? (My AVS editor accepted ALL types of files even esp for preview without producing)
Thanks in advance.
What i meant by "before rendering" is in the raw timeline... perhaps i am using the wrong term. I am the video editor of a sports team so before i "render" or produce the certain file for export, i usually show it to the staff for approval first and afterwards make the necessary minor adjustments before producing the file itself.
i will get a month for lynda.com. thanks again
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