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使用标记快速削减在Final Cut PRO X访谈
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的FCP X的,我听到很多人不喜欢的一个方面是一次范围的起点和终点都设置在事件浏览器选择范围只剩而被选中的剪辑。的时刻,你选择了另一个范围剪辑,将需要重新选择。带回subclips,我听到你说什么?以及多数民众赞成关键词,当然加强。

不过,在我看来,一个更快的方法切割的对话,特别是访谈,它涉及到使用标记。在FCP X标记是有点不同,比他们在FCP 7,我认为他们已经发展成为一个非常有用的功能。下面是该方法。


第1步 - 添加标记

在事件浏览器中播放的采访片段,在受访者的第一个答案开始停止。按选项-M将第一个标记,并在同一时间打开“修改标记”窗口。

Modify marker

修改标记


命名标记答案1


第2步 - 添加更多的标记

重复第1步,并将其命名为每个标记答案2答案3,等等,直到采访完成。

Other markers

其他标志


第3步 - 导航标记

如果您编辑您可以通过点击名为答1的标记,或答2等已出现在事件浏览器“列表中的剪辑下这之前,需要检查每个部分。这将播放头移动到每个您的标记。

Markers in EB

事件浏览器中的标记


步骤4 - 编辑项目

创建时间轴中的一个新的项目( 命令- N),将其命名为面试 。编辑整个剪辑,时间轴的标记。它看起来像这样:

Timeline with markers

带标记的时间安排


第5步 - 导航时间轴标记

打开时间轴指数

Timeline Index

时间轴指数


点击每个标记导航到该标记,只是为了看看,如何,它worksyou不需要做编辑这些片段。


步骤6 - 切成段采访

从工具菜单或 B拿起刀片的工具选择。要稍微容易确保,捕捉切换( N,如果它不是)。

随着剪辑悬停在第二个标记(答案2)刀片有削减的镜头捕捉。

Cut clip

削减剪辑


做其余的标志相同,直到整个采访被切割成单独的部分。


第7步 - 再顺序的剪辑

利用磁时间轴拿起标志着答3节,并拖动答案1答案2第之间,所以它插入他们之间。

Re-ordering clips

重新订购剪辑


继续做到这一点,直到编辑开始初具规模,并在接受记者采访时的结构作为一个粗略的切的形状。任何未使用的部分,可以从项目中删除。

没有磁性时间轴,这只是难道切实是一种选择。


第8步 - 清理

现在使用的修剪工具T到了两侧编辑整理。现在,你有你的编辑的内容和结构的方式,你想让它做的辛勤工作。

Trimming

修剪


第9步 - 一个更快的方法

接下来的时间,不首先命名的标记,只是看剪辑, M每次事情的关键,您的编辑说。然后从那里编辑在一起。如果你需要编辑标记名称上双击在时间轴指数标记后。

它并不完美,但它的快速和容易。你可能想尝试一下,看它是否适合你。 ID喜欢听到任何其他建议做类似的东西!



David Smith

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David Smith is Scotland's most qualified Apple and Adobe certified trainer. Having completed his education at Edinburgh College of Art's BAFTA winning Film School, David moved straight into TV production, first as a Vision Mixer then quickly becoming, at the age of just 24, a director of live TV studio productions. In 2001 he moved into Higher Education where he became a lecturer in TV Production, specializing in post-production and live studio production. During this time, and working with the support of the BBC, Channel 4 and independent production companies, David was instrumental in the design, development and implementation of industry-approved vocational courses across Scotland's Colleges. In 2006, after working closely with Apple Computers to create a unique multimedia studio for education at the Music and Media Centre in Perth, David became Scotland's first Apple-Certified Trainer for Pro Apps. This led on to David forming the first Apple Authorized Training Centre for Education, north of Manchester. In 2008 David made the move to full time training and joined the ranks at Academy Class, Ltd. where he continues to train industry professionals as a certified trainer across the Adobe Creative Suite and Apple Pro Apps range.

Comments

Jun 30, 2012
Thanks for the tutorial, interesting take on Markers and the blade tool. When you say bring back sub clips, don't we have sub clips in the form of compound clips? (Select a clip and choose File > New Compound Clip and you can name the clip. I've heard that compound clips can slow down FCPx too. )

I assume that your your interview was a single camera shoot hence the need to move the bladed clips around?

I've been trying to wrap my head around FCPx's many different ways of tagging clips and it appears there are numerous ways to tag a section you like - favorite, marker, keyword. Favorite are nice but you can't see them in the Timeline index, a range selection with a keyword just show the entire clip with a blue keyword line and markers obviously can't show ranges ....... here's hoping 10.0.6 will fix some of these issues :)
Jul 10, 2012
David Smith
Sorry I've taken some time to get back to you, I've been otherwise indisposed.
Your right in saying that Compound Clips can be used in the same way as Sub-Clips. Although without the ability to storyboard clips a'la the Thumbnail view in FCP 7, I can't yet see the benefit of using them instead of Keywords. I'm going to keep looking though.
I would use this method to cut together one or a series of of one Camera interviews, yes. If I was editing a 2 camera interview I'd use the fantastic Multicam workflow.
The technique I've described isn't to everyones taste, but it's an option for dealing with interview footage that needs to be cut together quite quickly.
Dec 02, 2014
Sturzen
I really like this straight forward tutorial and I've been teaching this technique myself in the video classes at my Apple Training center in Sweden. I definitely will links this page in the future.
Keep up the good work!
Thanks!
/Fredrik Sturzenbecker, Apple Certified Trainer - FPCX10.1
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