New for FCP 7, a must-have product for FCP editors looking to speed their workflow, impress clients, earn more by working quicker, and save themselves the wrist-pain from constant use of the mouse, the Final Cut Pro KeyGuide is your key to editing success. Discover the full power of the application with these carefully-designed, color-coded, data-packed guides to effective keystroke usage in FCP.
The first side of the KeyGuide isolates surface keytaps, including multi-tap keys. Side 2 adds color-coded default modifier key layers and handy combination commands, making editing a breeze. The keypad flap shows 2 keypad configurations- default layout and the new multi-cam layout. The reverse flap lists new combination key timesavers. The design encourages testing and experimenting, 2 foundations to effective learning.
When you are ready to remap, there's simply no better reference.
Loren Miller has contributed to one Oscar winner, two nominees, and three student Oscar winners in documentary categories, along with many other prizewinners for his clients over the years. Today, he edits freelance, produces Vodcast reports for Imagine News (Boston), Digital Production Buzz (LA), and independent documentaries under his own brand. He teaches Advanced Editing 476 at Emerson College, covering both Avid and Final Cut Pro systems. He is a founding member of the Boston Final Cut Pro User Group. He has contributed to training books on FCP and Avid, including Focal's popular Avid Editing by Sam Kauffmann, which bundled the FCP KeyGuideT for the college market.