Final Cut Pro X for Designers: How to Create and Edit Video

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How to Create and Edit Video

Learning how to create and edit video can be a great way to expand your design expertise, and it can make for a wonderful addition to your interactive design work. You can create a video portfolio or resume, or include motion graphics on your website.

And although Final Cut Pro X is the industry standard for video editing and design, it’s a challenging program to master.

Enter Andrew Gormley, the newest instructor at HOW U. He’s teaching the latest HOW U course, Intro to Final Cut Pro X, starting July 21.

In this three-week course, you’ll learn how to create and edit video, covering all manner of editing techniques for both documentary and narrative video projects. You’ll start with a walkthrough of the Final Cut Pro X interface and work your way through to the various delivery methods available—both digital and physical.

Whether you’ve worked with video before and you’re looking to perfect your skills, or you’re completely new to video editing, this course will help you expand your expertise and understanding of video editing and production.

The course begins July 21, so register today! Enter discount code FINALCUT at checkout to take 20% off tuition!

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Andrew is an Apple-certified Final Cut Pro X editor based out of Philadelphia where he works to help small-to-medium sized business clearly and concisely tell their stories through video. With almost seven years of experience both shooting and editing, he’s worked with all manner of clients ranging from Mom and Pop shops around the corner to Fortune companies.

In Intro to Final Cut Pro X, you’ll use the provided footage to tell a story that’s uniquely yours while learning advanced concepts like audio synchronization, multi-cam editing, and color correction. In the end, you’ll be able to add Final Cut Pro X and video editing to your resume, and you’ll have everything you need to get started working in the field.

Note: You do not need to purchase Final Cut Pro X to complete this course. Instead, you can download the program demo when the course begins, and you’ll still have time to complete the course within the 30-day free trial period.

Register for Intro to Final Cut Pro X here. Don’t forget to enter code FINALCUT at checkout to take 20% off tuition!

Want to learn more? Check out Andrew’s course introduction below: