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Making a movie from two clips
Making a movie from two clips
• Start a new project in Final Cut Express
Making a movie from two clips
• The panels for the new project
Making a movie from two clips
• Find a still image for the first clip
Making a movie from two clips
• Looking for a still image for the first clip
Making a movie from two clips
• Looking for a still image for the first clip
Making a movie from two clips
• Selecting a still image for the first clip
Making a movie from two clips
• The first 10-second clip in the Viewer panel
Making a movie from two clips
• The first 10-second clip in the browser panel
Making a movie from two clips
• Selecting a still image for the second clip
Making a movie from two clips
• Both clips in the browser panel
Making a movie from two clips
• The first clip in the timeline panel
Making a movie from two clips
• Dragging the second clip into the timeline panel
Making a movie from two clips
• Still dragging the second clip into the timeline panel
Making a movie from two clips
• Dropping the second clip into the timeline panel
Making a movie from two clips
• Both clips are the timeline panel
Making a movie from two clips
• Export the sequence as a QuickTime movie
Making a movie from two clips
• Saving it as mySecondMovie.mov on the desktop
Making a movie from two clips
• Hiding the Final Cut panels, so we can see the desktop
Making a movie from two clips
• Selecting mySecondMovie.mov
Playing the two-clip movie
• Opening mySecondMovie.mov
Playing the two-clip movie
• mySecondMovie.mov is ready to start
Playing the two-clip movie
• 7 seconds into mySecondMovie.mov we still see the first image
Playing the two-clip movie
• By 12 seconds seconds into the movie, we see the second image
Saving this project
• Let's save this project, in case we need it again in the
future
Saving this project
• Save it in the projects folder we created earlier
The saved project
• Here is the project file in a Finder window
• It is quite small, only 16 KB
Project files
• A project file can be quite small because it does not
contain copies of the assets (clips or still images) used in
the project
• Instead, it contains
– the location, on the hard drive, of the assets used
– the video and audio trims/edits that have been made
– the order and manner of playback of all tracks in the
sequence timeline
– any effects/filters and transitions used
Discarding the two-clip movie
• Since we have saved the project, we can always regenerate the
QuickTime movie again in the future
• So, save space by putting this second .mov file in the trash-can too
Now for an exercise
• Tackle Exercise 3
http://www.cs.ucc.ie/j.bowen/cs2508/exercises/exercise03/
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