FINAL CUT PRO
After opening Final Cut Pro, I was asked to choose an Easy Setup, a collection of settings that would suit what I wanted to capture and edit, and a scratch disk, the hard disk where I’ll store my media files.
Choose File > Import, then I choose File or Folder from the submenu. Select one or more from the dialog, then click choose.
Editing in the timeline
The audio sync was achieved by making a clap noise just before we began filming each scene. This would show up on the audio levels and we could then align the sound and to the video.
Once the boom box audio was synced, the original video audio from the camera was deleted. The reason for using the boom was so that the noise was more defined and heard, rather than the camera microphone sounded to distant away.
Performing colour correction
Color correction filters are used in a number of ways. I used them to change a mood by making an object sepia colored, In addition, these filters are be used to fix a problem with contrast, color, gamma, or brightness.
When I was creating a title clip for a sequence, I created a basic title, including the font, size, alignment, and more advanced options such as automatic kerning. Once I created the title clip, I add it the same way you would edit any clip into your sequence.