Why wait? Get training for Final Cut Pro X now!

by planetMitch1 Comment

Final Cut Pro X has been out a week already and as we've mentioned before, tho there's been a lot of discussion about whether it is right for certain people's editing needs is up to them to decide – but if you've decided to dive in and try FCPX and would like some training, we've got a list of places to get trained.


Redrock Micro


Online Purchase

Ripple Cut – “Apple Pro Video Series: Final Cut Pro X” – 5+ hours of training – available for iPhone/iPad watching – we'll have a review coming soon too.

Larry Jordan's “Complete Training Series for FCP X” (also available on DVD) – 11+ hours of training.

Online Free

Izzy Video has produced 2.5+ hours of free online training – I have started watching and I love Izzy's videos in the first place.

*disclaimer – I haven't watched any of the following… don't know if they're any good:

Meet Kevin P McAuliffe, CreativeCOW Contributing Editor has just posted several tutorials for FCPX – 5 are online now and more are on the way.

Final Cut Pro X 101 Overview and Quick Start Guidesee the whole series

Final Cut Pro X Tutorials by danonabouncycastle (12 videos totaling over an hour)

Upcoming Webinars

FilmmakingWebinars.com adds new FCPX series for training on new version of Final Cut Pro (Note their first class is TODAY – June 30, 2011 @ 10:00 AM PDT to 11:30 AM PDT !) – you can also purchase and download the webinars in case you can't attend, and they're not expensive.


 


Books/ebooks

Conquering the Metadata Foundations of Final Cut Pro X (ebook $4.95) – Paperback (on amazon) by Mr Philip Hodgetts (available now)

Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro X Advanced Editing [Paperback]” (due October 31, 2011)

Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro X [Paperback]” (due Sept. 30, 2011)

Final Cut Pro X: Visual QuickStart Guide [Paperback]” (due November 7, 2011)

(cover photo credit: snap from FCPX splash screen)

 

Zeiss Cinema Lenses 

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