Apple’s Final Cut Pro X version 10.1 is here and it’s loaded with so many new pro features that we’ve created a whole new series of courses to get you up to speed! Check out this FREE course and all our other courses to learn everything you need to know about FCPX 10.
Back when desktop video editing was just a sparkle in every film editor's eye, Michael was busy creating Final Cut Pro. Learn Final Cut Pro from one of the original designers of this incredible piece of software!
The new FCPX 10.1 shows that Apple is listening to the pro market. The new file structure makes organizing and sharing media easier. This, combined with tons of pro refinements and enhancements, makes FCPX more powerful and useful than ever before.
Our FREE course gives you a taste of how to get started. But that’s just the beginning. We are releasing a series of 9+ new courses covering all aspects of Final Cut Pro X 10.1 that will teach you all of the powerful new features packed into this extraordinary update.
So watch this course! Get introduced... and when you finish, be sure to check out our complete collection of FCPX courses explaining all the new features and enhancements in this powerful new release. Subscribe to our library or build yourself a bundle of FCPX 10.1 courses at an incredible savings!
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Les Titford wrote on July 22, 2015
Having used FCP7 for years on my old Mac Pro, I decided to buy FCPX for my new MBP. I did this on the same day that I had a job come in that I had to turn around in a week. This was a three-camera shoot with several mics (a school musical). Anyway, suffice to say that I was very glad that I had a Mac Pro Video Pro Account because I was able to dip in and out of all Michael Wohl's tutorials and find out just what I needed to know to get up and running.
I'm a massive fan of Michael's work. He makes you feel like he's made the tutorial just for you - that's a real skill for an on-line tutor. He cuts to the chase quickly without a load of waffle but he is thorough nonetheless. I would definitely recommend this and all the other FCPX tutorials whether you're a seasoned pro or an outright beginner.
I'm now in the process of going through all the tutorials in order and I'm loving every minute. Well done Michael and thank you!
Ren wrote on November 12, 2014
Michael Wohl dives into the basic's with a very clear teaching style. Watch this tutorial and tell me what you think. MPV and featured trainers, priceless.
Dmitri wrote on September 1, 2014
What I like in this tutorial most, is the way it was brought to viewer. "Simplicity is the key to success"
Caroline wrote on August 26, 2014
Very clear and precise instruction. loved the short vids. Real world analogies were helpful in understanding what situations you would use certain tools.
Zahari Schtonov wrote on July 24, 2014
Whether you might be new to Final Cut Pro and wanting to quickly learn how the program functions, or you are a seasoned veteran cutting videos for years, and just wanting to check up on the differences that Apple has made to the program - this introductory course is for you and it will quickly get you up to speed with most of the new changes. Very well presented and makes you quickly absorb the information. This particular course although being just introductory could very well be all you need to get you started in FCP X due to the simplicity of the new interface designed by Apple. Definitely recommend watching this course before you decide working on your first edit with Final Cut Pro X!
Neil wrote on May 27, 2014
Great course! Final Cut Pro is so amazing!! Lots of great tips and tricks for any beginning user!!
Psyzmixx wrote on April 9, 2014
Can a tutorial get any better?!?
NM i found an A to my Q in this Q&A, the A is no, I am actually attempting to learn more than just final cut from this guy, i'm trying to pay attention on the details of presentation this man is using. IDK why or how, but these tutorials are far superior to ANY tutorials I have ever seen. Clear, precise, information packed... and yet in a way i feel in no time at all i just understood years worth of trial and errors I tended to arrive at by watching random material through youtube. These tutorials are so far on another level comparatively speaking to other methods of gaining necessary information regarding software such as Final Cut, Logic, etc.
The sheer methodology this Final Cut X guy uses is in and of itself worthy of any price if you are video editing a howto tutorial. Regardless of what the tutorial was about.
Fearn wrote on March 25, 2014
This was a really great precursor that highlights the very basics and capabilities of Final Cut Pro X.
Andreas A. wrote on December 27, 2013
great Introduction. I hope I find the time to see the rest of these videos... Thank you
MarcBlake wrote on December 19, 2013
Who needs an interface review? Who needs to throw and catch a baseball EVERY SINGLE SPRING to earn their 22.4 million dollar pro-salary? So this (re)orientation is necessary for newbies, but very worthy for advanced and master users. We get into our own editing habits and one or two things that can be learned to "remind" us of what we might do to improve productivity make this a 39 minute value. I watched it while working on other projects and a dozen times or more stopped what I was doing to concentrate on every detail. Now I have the right to dig in deeper... here goes!