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Final Cut Studio 2 helps take you beyond mere editing. Discover the intuitive power of new creative tools designed expressly for Final Cut Pro editors. Rapidly move through editing to motion graphics, audio editing and mixing, color grading, and delivery - all as a natural extension of the work you already do. Final Cut Studio 2 puts a powerful new version of Final Cut Pro at the center of an integrated post-production workflow. Final Cut Pro 6, Motion 3, Soundtrack Pro 2, Compressor 3, DVD Stud... Read more
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New Features in Final Cut Pro 6
This is an overview of the new features in Final Cut Pro 6. For more information about these features and their use, see the Final Cut Pro 6 User Manual.
Open Format Timeline Feature
In Final Cut Pro 6, you can freely mix clips with different formats in a single sequence and play back the sequence in real time. This allows you to combine formats such as standard definition (SD) and high definition (HD) video, full-resolution and offline-quality video, and video with mixed frame rates, field dominance, and scanning methods (interlaced and progressive). Automatically Conforming a Sequence to Clip Settings Final Cut Pro can automatically conform a sequences settings to the settings of the first clip edited into the sequence. This allows you to make your sequence match your clips without ever opening the Sequence Settings window. The Auto conform sequence option in the Editing tab of the User Preferences window allows you to control how conforming is handled. Automatically Scaling Clips to Fit a Sequence When you mix video with different frame dimensions in a sequence, some video must necessarily be scaled to fit the dimensions of the sequence. Clips whose frame dimensions are larger than those of the sequence are always scaled to fit in the sequence, but you can choose how smaller clips are handled with the Always scale clips to sequence size option in the Editing tab of the User Preferences window.

Master Templates

Master templates are Motion templates whose text and video elements you can customize directly in Final Cut Pro. For example, you can create dozens of animated lower third titles from a single master template. Each lower third title can have unique text and video elements while the animation and effects remain the same. You can immediately update the look of all your titles simply by changing the original Motion template file. You can create your own master templates in Motion and then use the installed master templates in Final Cut Pro. Master templates are accessible from the following locations: Master Template Browser (choose Sequence > Add Master Template) Generator pop-up menu in the Viewer Effects menu Effects tab of the Browser You can use the Master Template Browser to perform insert, overwrite, and superimpose edits directly to the Timeline, or you can drag master templates from the Browser or Viewer just as you would with any other clip. As with generator clips, you can adjust master template parameters, such as text and video within a master template, in the Controls tab of the Viewer.

SmoothCam Filter

The new SmoothCam filter steadies handheld shots and stabilizes jitter in shots created with a dolly or jib arm. Using the SmoothCam filter is a two-step process: First, a clips entire media file is analyzed to determine what kind of motion compensation is required. The new SmoothCam clip property and the Background Processes window allow you to start and stop motion analysis of clips. Overlays in the Viewer and Canvas indicate the status of motion analysis. Second, you adjust the parameters of the SmoothCam filter and the clip In and Out points to specify how much motion compensation is applied.

Apple ProRes 422 Codec

Final Cut Pro includes the new Apple ProRes 422 codec, a high-quality 10-bit 4:2:2 video codec designed for demanding post-production workflows. Both SD and HD resolutions are supported at two quality levelsstandard and high. All standard frame rates are available: 23.98, 25, 29.97, and 59.94 fps.
Video Format Support and Easy Setups
Final Cut Pro includes the following new Easy Setups and features. Improved Selection of Easy Setups You can now limit which Easy Setups are displayed in the Easy Setup dialog using the new Format and Rate pop-up menus. You can restrict the Easy Setups based on video system format (such as NTSC, PAL, or HD) or by codec (DV, DVCPRO HD, and so on). You can further restrict the displayed Easy Setups by frame rate. New Sequence Presets for the Apple ProRes 422 Codec Apple ProRes 422 sequence presets are included for SD and HD formats at most standard frame rates and dimensions. New Easy Setups for XDCAM HD Final Cut Pro 6 includes Easy Setups for XDCAM HD constant bit rate (CBR) formats. 720p25 DVCPRO HD You can now capture and output 720p25 DVCPRO HD from supported video devices, such as the Panasonic AJ-HD1400 VTR. Integrated DVCPRO HD Frame Rate Converter The DVCPRO HD Frame Rate Converter is now installed with Final Cut Pro. Both 720p60 and 720p50 footage can now be converted. Real-Time Support for 40 Mbps IMX Final Cut Pro now supports real-time playback and effects for 40 Mbps IMX video footage. Real-Time Support for 1080p30 XDCAM HD (SP) Final Cut Pro now supports real-time playback and effects for 1080p30 XDCAM (SP) video footage. This format uses a constant bit rate of 25 Mbps. P2 Import Window Is Now the Log and Transfer Window The Log and Transfer window can transfer footage from multiple formats, such as P2 cards and Sony Video Disk Units (VDUs). To open the Log and Transfer window, choose File > Log and Transfer (or press Command-Shift-8). Improved Sony VDU Workflow Footage from Sony VDUs is now accessible via the Log and Transfer window. The Import Sony VDU command has been removed.

Color Correction and Video Evaluation
Final Cut Pro includes the following new color correction features. Integration with Color Final Cut Pro can send sequences to Color for advanced color grading. You can then send the completed sequence and rendered media back to Final Cut Pro for final output. Improved Broadcast Safe Filter and New RGB Limit Filter The Broadcast Safe filter now includes RGB limiting to ensure that your video is broadcast-legal in both YCBCR and RGB color spaces. The new RGB Limit filter provides even more fine control over minimum and maximum RGB color values. Video Scope Brightness Controls New brightness controls allow you to finely adjust the readout of the Waveform Monitor, Vectorscope, and other scopes. The graticule (or scale) brightness can be adjusted independently of the scope readout brightness. Improved Gamma Handling Final Cut Pro now allows you to specify how gamma is handled for video media files using RGB-based codecs (such as Animation and None). Many still-image formats are also supported, including JPEG and TIFF. You can assign a default gamma level for all imported clips, and you can also adjust an individual clips Gamma Level property in the Browser or the Item Properties window.


Final Cut Pro includes the following new effect features. Improved FxPlug Plug-in Support Final Cut Pro 6 supports the FxPlug 1.1 plug-in specification and a wide range of FxPlug plug-ins included with Final Cut Studio. The following new filters are available in Final Cut Pro 6: Bad TV Bevel Bloom Channel Blur Channel Mixer Circles Color Emboss Custom Gradient Defocus Displace Earthquake

Grid Indent Lens Flare Generator Light Rays Noise Filter Offset One Color Ray Overdrive Slit Scan Slit Tunnel Soft Focus Stripes Two Color Ray Vectorize Color Vignette Widetime YIQ Adjust YUV Adjust Zoom Blur
Applying Speed to Generator Clips You can now apply constant and variable speed changes to generator clips. Opening the Controls Tab Automatically When Opening a Generator Clip in the Viewer When you hold down the Command and Option keys while dragging a generator clip or master template into a sequence, the resulting edited clip is opened automatically in the Viewer and the Controls tab becomes active. This allows you to immediately customize the generator clip parameters.

Final Cut Pro includes the following new audio features. Enhanced Integration with Soundtrack Pro Final Cut Pro and Soundtrack Pro include new integration features, allowing you to do the following: Send single or multiple audio clips from Final Cut Pro to Soundtrack Pro, keeping media files in their native format or converting them to Soundtrack Pro audio file projects. Send only the media defined by a clips In and Out points instead of the entire length of a clips media file. To limit the media sent to Soundtrack Pro, select the Send referenced media only option in the dialog that appears when sending clips to Soundtrack Pro. Send clips with multichannel audio media files to Soundtrack Pro. Apply a Soundtrack Pro script to multiple audio clips in Final Cut Pro, choosing whether files are processed natively (destructive) or first converted to Soundtrack Pro audio file projects (nondestructive). Create a Soundtrack Pro multitrack project from multiple clips or a sequence in Final Cut Pro. Send a completed multitrack mixdown from Soundtrack Pro to a new sequence in Final Cut Pro. Automatically conform changes made in a Final Cut Pro sequence to a corresponding Soundtrack Pro multitrack project. This feature streamlines the tedious process of manually conforming a sound mix when the video changes. For more information about working with Soundtrack Pro and Final Cut Pro, see the documentation included with each application. Audio Normalization and Gain Filter You can now apply nondestructive audio normalization to your clips by using the Apply Normalization Gain command. This command analyzes a clips media between In and Out points and then applies a Gain filter so that the highest sample plays at 0 dBFS (or the level you specify). You can also apply the new Gain filter independently to boost audio signals higher than the maximum 12 dB gain provided by a clips audio level overlay. OMF Export with Level and Pan Settings OMF files can now include audio level and pan keyframes.
Automatic Audio Output Configuration Using the Match Audio Outputs command, you can now configure your sequences mono and stereo output groups automatically based on the currently selected clip in a sequence. This feature is useful for quickly setting up output configurations such as 6channel surround sound monitoring. For example, if you select a sequence clip with two mono audio channels and two stereo pairs and then choose Sequence > Match Audio Outputs, one dual mono and two stereo output groups are created and automatically assigned to your sequence. Surround Sound Audio Output Preset A new audio output preset called 5.1 Monitoring allows you to easily set up your system to monitor 6-channel audio created in Soundtrack Pro or other applications with surround sound capabilities. Discrete Channel QuickTime Audio Export The Sequence Settings window has a new audio export option called Discrete. This option is used with the Export QuickTime Movie command. If you choose this option, each exported QuickTime audio track is labeled with the corresponding output bus number of your sequence. Timecode Format Control for Broadcast Wave Format Files with NTSC-Related Frame Rates A new option in the Editing tab of the User Preferences window allows you to choose the timecode format (drop frame or non-drop frame) of imported Broadcast Wave Format (BWF) files. This option works only when the imported BWF file has an NTSCrelated frame rate, such as 29.97 fps.

Improved Integration with Motion
When sending clips from Final Cut Pro to Motion, several additional parameters are now supported: Constant and variable speed adjustments are preserved. SmoothCam filter properties are preserved via the new Stabilize behavior in Motion. Clips in a mixed-format sequence retain sequence properties such as scale, aspect ratio, and frame rate.

Real Time and Rendering

Final Cut Pro includes the following new real-time and rendering features. Rendering Native HDV and XDCAM HD Sequences to the Apple ProRes 422 Codec You can now choose to render native long-GOP MPEG-2 footage (HDV and XDCAM HD) using the Apple ProRes 422 codec. This option can significantly improve rendering time and quality compared to rendering in the native format. The pop-up menu to choose the Apple ProRes 422 codec is available in the Render Control tab of the Sequence Settings window. Enhanced Render Status Bar Tooltips Render status bars in the Timeline now provide detailed tooltips explaining why segments with red render status bars cant play back in real time.
External Video Monitoring
You can now output to external video interfaces whose settings dont match those of your sequence. Here are some examples of some of the possibilities: A DV or HDV sequence output to an SDI signal on a third-party interface An uncompressed NTSC or PAL sequence output to a DV FireWire output An HDV sequence output to a DV FireWire output Sequence and output formats must have compatible frame rates. For example, sequences with a frame rate of 60, 30, or 24 fps can be output to a 30 fps device, but not to a 25 or 50 fps device. Also, when an output device does not match your sequence settings, additional real-time processing is required. This means that segments that already require a lot of real-time processing power may need to be rendered to play back.
Capturing and Media Management
Final Cut Pro includes the following new capturing and media management features. Names of Captured Media Files Include File Extensions Names of captured QuickTime media files now include file extension. Automatically Creating Unique Media Filenames During Batch Capture Before batch capturing, Final Cut Pro checks whether a media filename will conflict with existing media filenames in the current Capture Scratch folder. If a media file already exists with the same name as the clip you are about to capture, Final Cut Pro adds a number to the end of the potential filename or, if the filename already ends with a number, increases the number at the end of the filename until it is unique. For example, if you are capturing a clip named RedCar and a media file called RedCar already exists in your Capture Scratch folder, Final Cut Pro adds -2 to the name of the file to be captured and then checks to see if a file called RedCar-2 exists. If a file named RedCar-2 already exists, Final Cut Pro tries RedCar-3, and so on, until a unique name is found. Renaming Clips and Media Files Two new commands allow you to quickly rename media files to match clip names and vice versa: Modify > Rename > Clip to Match File Modify > Rename > File to Match Clip For example, suppose you capture some DV footage and the resulting media file and clip are both named Untitled. You can quickly give both the clip and media file more meaningful names by changing the clip name in Final Cut Pro, selecting the clip, and then choosing Modify > Rename > File to Match Clip. Maintaining Master Clips Across Multiple Projects When you paste or add clips from one project to another, Final Cut Pro now checks to see if any added clip has the same master clip identity as any clip in the destination project. Added clips whose identity matches an existing master clip become affiliate clips of the existing master clip, preserving master clip identities across multiple projects. Final Cut Pro also checks for conflicts in master clip properties such as name, labels, and comments. When there is a conflict, you can choose which master clip properties are preserved and replaced, or you can create a new master clip to retain both sets of properties.

Reconnecting Clips When you reconnect clips to media files, Final Cut Pro no longer uses file extensions (such when matching clip names to filenames. For example, if you have a clip named Driving, the reconnect search mechanism will treat media files named Driving and as matches. Also, when possible, the Reconnect dialog now checks to see if clip and media file reel names match. Updated Final Cut Pro XML Interchange Format The Final Cut Pro XML Interchange Format has been updated to version 4. For more information, go to When you export XML in Final Cut Pro 6, the internal identities of clips in your project may be updated, so there is now an option in the Export XML dialog to save your Final Cut Pro project as part of the export process. Saving a Project and an XML File Simultaneously The new Save Project With XML command saves your current project and simultaneously exports the project to the Final Cut Pro XML Interchange Format. Any necessary clip and sequence metadata, such as internal identifier numbers, is updated just prior to saving and exporting. The XML file is saved with the same filename and in the same location as your project file, overwriting a previous XML file with the same name if one exists. This command ensures that all aspects of your Final Cut Pro project are in sync with the exported XML file. Use this command when you are working with an application that routinely reads your project file via the Final Cut Pro XML Interchange Format.
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Final Cut Pro 6

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About this guide. 1 About the Final Cut Pro 6 Level One Practice Exam. 1 The benefits of Apple certification. 2 Preparing for the exam. 4 Reviewing the Apple Pro Training Series curriculum. 6 How to take the practice exam. 36 Taking the certification exam. 39 Prometric Exam FAQs. 39

About this guide

This guide provides all the information that you need to start preparing for the Final Cut Pro end-user certification exam. This guide also provides details on how you can pay $25 USD to take the Final Cut Pro 6 Practice Exam online.
About the Final Cut Pro 6 Level One Practice Exam
The practice exam is based on the objectives of the Level One Final Cut Pro end-user certification exam. The exam content is similar to the actual test and covers the exam objectives. However, the practice exam is about half the length of the real exam. While the actual certification exam includes 70 questions, the practice exam only includes 35 questions. Both exams are timed. You are allowed one hour to complete the practice exam. When you finish the practice exam, well provide the correct answers so that you can identify the areas that you need to review. However, the actual Level One Final Cut Pro end-user exam is an hour-and a-half exam and you wont see the answers and explanations when you finish the certification exam. Only your final score will be visible. For both exams, youll see your results immediately after completing the exam. A score of 80% is considered passing (though please note that passing the practice exam does not earn certification). To pass the certification exam, you must also achieve a score of 80. The practice exam does not necessarily predict how well you will perform on the actual exam, although its a good indicator of areas that you need to review. Although the certification exam uses a random pool of questions, the types of questions in the practice exam mirror those found in the certification exam. Both exams include multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank and interactive-media questions. Some practice exam questions are similar in content, but worded differently. Some multiple-choice questions come from the actual exam, but include different distracters (wrong answers). The practice exam is a pre-certification exam. Passing the practice exam doesnt mean that youre certified; no certificate is awarded. You must pass the Level One Final Cut Pro 6 end-user exam to receive your Level One certification. Because the practice exam doesnt count towards certification, you can make it an open-book test if you like. However, you wont be allowed to consult your book when taking the actual certification exam. To more accurately simulate the certification exam experience, you may want to take the practice exam without referring to your book or other resources.

Final Cut Pro 6 Level One: Exam Preparation Guide
The benefits of Apple certification
The Apple Certified Pro Training and Certification programs are designed to keep you at the forefront of Apples digital media technology. Certification creates a benchmark for assessing your proficiency in a specific Apple Pro application. By taking and passing an Apple Certified Pro exam, youll receive Apple Certified Pro status, which allows you to distinguish yourself to colleagues, employers, and prospective clients as a skilled user of the chosen software application. This certification gives you a competitive edge in todays ever-changing job market.
What is an Apple Certified Pro?
An Apple Certified Pro is a certified user who has reached the highest skill level in the use and operation of Apples Pro Applications as attested to by Apple.
How do I become an Apple Certified Pro?
To become an Apple Certified Pro, you must pass an online exam administered at an Apple Authorized Training Center (AATC). Level One exams are administered at the end of specific courses at the centers. If you prefer to learn on your own or believe you already have the necessary skill set in your chosen application, you may register to take the Level One exam at an Apple Authorized Training Center for a fee. Level Two exams can be taken only in conjunction with the advanced classes taught at the Apple Authorized Training Centers. You must first pass the Level One exam before you can attend a Level Two class and take the associated Level Two exam.
What are the benefits of being an Apple Certified Pro?
As an Apple Certified Pro, you will be recognized as a highly skilled user of the chosen application. This allows you to differentiate yourself to employers and colleagues as a certified professional to promote career growth. You will receive a certificate from Apple distinguishing you as an Apple Certified Pro and will have the right to use the Apple Certified Pro logo on your business cards or website. This allows you to leverage the power of the Apple brand. You may also join the Apple Certification Alliance ( at no cost, which allows you to be listed as a Certified Pro on the public Apple website.

What can I expect from Apple if I pass the certification exam?
Within a few days of passing your certification exam, you will receive an email detailing the benefits of the Apple Certification Alliance -- and inviting you to join! The email is sent to the email address in your Profile in Apple Certifications (, so please ensure that the address is correct. The email will provide specific instructions for joining the alliance and taking advantage of its benefits, including how to add your name to the public listing of certified professionals. Within a few weeks of passing your exam, youll receive your certificate (suitable for framing) and congratulatory letter from Apple. If your email or certificate does not arrive within the expected time, please send an enquiry to

Preparing for the exam

The three keys to preparing for a certification exam are experience with the application, reviewing the appropriate training materialsincluding the Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro 6 curriculumand studying this Exam Preparation Guide. See the next section for objectives from the curriculum. The following resources may also help you to prepare for your certification exam, as well as expand your general knowledge:
To help you prepare for the actual certification exam, Apple is offering a
complimentary online seminar at fcp6-L1recert/apple/. Watch Apple Certified Trainers Brian Gary and Steve Martin present tutorialsthat demystify the top new features in Final Cut Pro 6. view the documentation, choose Help > Final Cut Pro User Manual when Final Cut Pro is launched. The corresponding chapters that you may want to review for each lesson are described in the next section. Information on new features is available by choosing Help > New Features when Final Cut Pro is launched. tricks. To access white papers, discussion forums, and learn about the many other online materials, visit Apples training resources com/finalcutstudio/resources/ The first DVD features video tutorials demonstrating the integration of Final Cut Pro 6, Motion 3, Soundtrack Pro 2, and DVD Studio Pro 4. Lesson files and media are included, so you can work through real-world projects as you watch the video on a set-top player. The second DVD includes project-based lessons that cover each application in greater depththe equivalent of about eight hours of training. Use the stepby-step instructions in PDF format with the accompanying project and media files to work through each tutorial.

Review the appropriate sections of the Final Cut Pro User Manuals. To
Many online resources allow you to ask questions and learn tips and
Review the two Apple Pro Training DVDs provided with Final Cut Studio.
The Working with High Definition and Broadcast Formats document
covers how to use high definition (HD) formats (such as DVCPRO HD and HDV) and broadcast video formats (such as Sony Video Disk Units and Panasonic P2 cards) with Final Cut Pro. To access this document, choose Help > HD and Broadcast Formats when Final Cut Pro is launched. to review the Apple ProRes 422 white paper, which you can download from the following link: support.html. com/software/pro/training.
Although the end user exam does not cover this material, you may want
For information on the Apple Pro Training Program, visit To provide comments and feedback to Apple about Final Cut Pro, visit
Watch the tutorials at Take the Final Cut Pro tour at Read the late breaking news at Read the Final Cut Pro News for information about Apple Pro Apps and
everything related to them.
Many third-party manufacturers create reference, troubleshooting and
tutorial DVDs for the novice to power user. A quick Internet search will provide you with dozens of options.
If you have any questions, you can post them to the Final Cut Pro
Discussion Forum, which is hosted by Apple. You can also post questions to the Yahoo group FinalCutPro-L. You can join at the following link:
Reviewing the Apple Pro Training Series curriculum
Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro 6 by Diana Weynand (ISBN 0-32150265-5) is part of the official training series and is designed to prepare you to pass the certification exam. Reviewing the book is the first place that you should begin to prepare yourself to take the certification exam. However, if youre self-taught or have taken courses that do not use the Apple Pro Training Series curriculum, you can still prepare yourself for the certification exam by making sure that you can complete all the tasks that are described in the following sections. You should also make sure that you can answer all the review questions for each section. Review questions and answers are provided below. In addition, if you havent read Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Pro 6, you may want to read the recommended chapters in the Final Cut Pro User Manual. The number of test questions drawn from each knowledge area is indicated for each of the following lessons. Please note that although this guide divides the objectives into 14 lessons or knowledge areas, questions are presented randomly during the exam.

Lesson One Lesson One objectives
Upon completion of Lesson One, Screening and Marking in the Final Cut Pro Interface in Final Cut Pro 6 you should be able to complete the following tasks. Approximately nine items from this lesson are included in the pool of exam questions, drawn randomly from the following objectives:
Launch Final Cut Pro Open and close projects Navigate the FCP interface using menus, keyboard shortcuts and the
Organize project elements in the Browser Play and navigate clips in the Viewer Play a sequence in the Timeline and Canvas Mark clips in the Viewer Quit and Hide Final Cut Pro
Lesson One review questions
After completing Lesson One, you should be able to answer the following questions. You may also want to review Part I, Learning About the Final Cut Pro Interface in Volume I of the Final Cut Pro 6 User Manual. 1 Name three ways to launch Final Cut Pro. 2 To open and close projects, you choose the appropriate option from which menu? 3 What are the four modifier keys that are often used in conjunction with keyboard shortcuts to initiate functions or commands? 4 How do you access a shortcut menu? 5 Name three ways to create a bin. 6 What are three ways to open a clip into the Viewer? 7 Besides using the Play button, what keys on your keyboard can you press to play a clip or sequence forward? 8 What keys move the playhead forward or backward in one-frame increments in the Viewer, Canvas, and Timeline?
9 How do you mark an In or Out point on a clip? 10What is the visual indicator in the Viewer that lets you know you are on the first or last frame of the entire clip? 11 What is the visual indicator in the Canvas window that lets you know the playhead is on the first or last frame of an edited clip in the Timeline? 12When viewing the audio portion of a clip, what do you see instead of a video image? 13What are the shortcuts to save, hide, and quit Final Cut Pro?


1 Double-click the application in the Applications folder, click the Final Cut Pro icon on the Dock, or double-click a Final Cut Pro project file. 2 The File menu. 3 Shift, Control, Option and Command. 4 Ctrl-click or right-click with a two-button mouse. 5 Choose File > New Bin, press Cmd-B or Ctrl-click in the gray area of the Browser. 6 Double-click the clip in the Browser, drag it to the Viewer, or select it and press Return. 7 The Spacebar and the L key. 8 The Left and Right Arrow keys. 9 Use the Mark and Out buttons in the Viewer or the keyboard shortcuts I and O. 10A filmstrip appears on the left side of the image in the Viewer indicating the first available frame of media, and on the right side indicating the last. 11 An L in the lower left means youre on the first frame of the edited clip, and a reverse Lin the lower right means youre on the last frame. 12A waveform display. 13Press Command-S to save current changes, press Command-H to hide the application, and press Command-Q to quit.

Lesson three Lesson Three objectives
Upon completion of Lesson Three, Finishing the Rough Cut in Final Cut Pro 6 you should be able to complete the following tasks. Approximately three items from this lesson are included in the pool of exam questions, drawn randomly from the following objectives:
Set edit points in the Timeline Add cutaways Edit narration and music tracks Import folders into the project Backtime clips Import and edit sound effects to video clips Link separate clips together Copy and paste clips Work with markers
Lesson Three review questions
After completing Lesson Three, you should be able to answer the following questions. You may also want to review Part II, Rough Editing in Volume II of the Final Cut Pro User Manual. 1 What are the shortcuts for setting In and Out points in the Timeline? 2 What are the shortcuts for marking the duration of a clip in the Timeline? 3 What does the Auto-Select control in the Timeline patch panel determine? 4 When you mark an area in the Timeline and press Delete, will you leave a gap? 5 What happens to the marked area of the Timeline when you press ShiftDelete or Forward Delete key? 6 On what menu do the Lift and Ripple Delete appear? 7 What mark is necessary in the Viewer when backtiming a source clip into a marked area in the timeline?
8 What is one way to access the Import Folder command? 9 How do you patch source controls to Timeline tracks? 10What video track will you see when there is more than one video clip at the same location in the Timeline? 11 What is a three-point edit? 12How do you save a Timeline track layout? 13What marks are left behind after cutting with the Razor Blade tool? 14What key do you press to add a marker at the playhead location?
1 Press I to set an In point; press O to set an Out point. 2 Position the playhead over the clip in the Timeline and press X to mark the duration of that clip. You can also click the Mark Clip button in the Canvas. 3 If the Auto Select control is toggled on for a track, the clips between the edit points on that track will be highlighted and included in the next action. 4 Pressing Delete alone leaves a gap where the material was edited. (This type of delete is referred to as a lift.) 5 Pressing Shift-Delete or Forward-Delete removes both clip and gap within the marked area. This type of delete is referred to as a ripple delete. 6 The lift and ripple delete appear on the Sequence menu. 7 The Out point of a source clip in the Viewer is necessary to backtime it into the Timeline edit points. 8 To import a folder, you Control-click in the Browser and choose Import > Folder from the shortcut menu. You can also choose File > Import > Folder.

9 Drag a source control to the desired destination control, or Control-click either the source or destination control and choose the appropriate option from the shortcut menu. 10You always see the uppermost video track. 11 Using just three edit points to determine location, duration, and content. 12Click the Track Layout control in the lower-left corner of the Timeline and choose Save Track Layout. 13Red through edit indicators. 14The M key. Press M again to open the Edit Marker window. 15Choose Mark > Mark to Markers, or press the shortcut, Control-A.
Lesson four Lesson Four objectives
Upon completion of Lesson Four, Trimming to Refine Clip Duration in Final Cut Pro 6, you should be able to complete the following tasks. Approximately five items from this lesson are included in the pool of exam questions, drawn randomly from the following objectives:
Understand trimming Trim using the Ripple tool Trim clips in the Viewer Trim an edit point by dragging Trim clips in the V2 Track Extend an Edit Point Trim using the Razor Blade tool Trim one track of a linked clip
Lesson Four review questions
After completing Lesson Four, you should be able to answer the following questions. You may also want to review Part III, Fine-Tuning Your Edit in Volume II of the Final Cut Pro User Manual. 1 What does toggling off linked selection in the Timeline do? 2 What does the Ripple tool do when you use it for trimming? 3 What is the keyboard shortcut to select the Ripple tool? 4 What keys can you use as shortcuts to ripple a clips edit point by a few frames? 5 What is one advantage of trimming a clip in the Viewer? 6 How can you disable a single clip in the sequence? 7 What tools can you use to drag an edit point in the Timeline? 8 What is the keyboard shortcut for extending an edit?
9 What tracks does the Razor Blade tool cut through when you click a clip? 10How do you drag a clip vertically in the Timeline without moving it horizontally? 11 What is the advantage of editing on the V2 track?
1 It allows you to select and trim one track of a linked clip. 2 It ripples the trim amount through the unlocked tracks in the sequence. 3 Pressing RR selects the Ripple tool. 4 Use the left and right bracket keys ([ and ]) and the < and > (angle bracket) keys. 5 You can view the material outside the marked area. 6 Control-click the clip in the sequence and toggle off Clip Enable in the shortcut menu. 7 Use the default Selection tool and the Ripple tool. 8 The E key extends an edit. 9 It cuts through all the tracks of a linked clip when linked selection is on. 10Hold down the Shift key as you drag. 11 It allows you to lengthen a clip without bumping into a bordering clip on either side.
Lesson five Lesson Five objectives
Upon completion of Lesson Five, Trimming and Adjusting Two Edit Points in Final Cut Pro 6, you should be able to complete the following tasks. Approximately four items from this lesson are included in the pool of exam questions, drawn randomly from the following objectives:

Trim two edit points at the same time Slip In and Out points Roll edit points Extend edit points Slide a clip Reposition a clip Keep clips in sync
Lesson Five review questions
After completing Lesson Five, you should be able to answer the following questions. You may also want to review Chapter 19, Learning about Trimming Clips and Chapter 20, Trimming Clips Using the Trim Editor Window in Volume II of the Final Cut Pro User Manual. 1 How can you display a list of markers that are in a sequence? 2 Where can you change the Timeline settings of the active sequence? 3 Which two edit points does the Slip tool adjust? 4 Which two sets of shortcut keys allow you to adjust edit points one frame at a time? 5 Which hat two edit points does the Roll tool adjust? 6 How do you adjust one track of a linked clip? 7 How many clips are affected when you apply the Slide tool? 8 Is extending two edit points most similar to rolling, slipping, or sliding edit points?
9 Which modifier key is essential to reposition a clip in a sequence without overwriting any other material? 10What does Option-dragging a clip do? 11 If one track of a clip has gotten out of sync with its other tracks, either by being slipped or moved, how do you resync those tracks?
1 Control-click in the ruler area. The markers appear at the bottom of the shortcut menu. 2 In the Sequence Settings window (Sequence > Settings). 3 The Slip tool adjusts the In and Out points of one clip. 4 The < and > (angle bracket) keys, and the [ and ] (bracket) keys. 5 The Roll tool adjusts one clips Out point and the adjacent clips In point. 6 Toggle off linked selection, or hold down Option before clicking the track. 7 The Slide tool affects three clips. 8 Extending changes an edit point in the same way rolling does. 9 The Option key is used to reposition a clip and move all other clips down in the sequence. 10Option-dragging creates a copy of a sequence clip and repositions the copy to a different location, leaving the original sequence clip in place. 11 Press Command-Z, or Control-click the red out-of-sync indicators on the tracks you want to adjust and choose either Slip into Syncor Move into Sync.

Lesson seven Lesson Seven objectives
Upon completion of Lesson Seven, Supporting the Editing Process in Final Cut Pro 6, you should be able to complete the following tasks. Approximately three items from this lesson are included in the pool of exam questions, drawn randomly from the following objectives:
Reconnect unlinked media files Play multiple formats Work with master clips and match frames Log notes in Browser columns Find and label project items Customize shortcut keys and button bars Save and reload customized layouts Optimize user preferences
Lesson Seven review questions
After completing Lesson Seven, you should be able to answer the following questions. You may also want to review Chapter 5, Working with Projects, Clips and Sequences, and Chapter 14, Linking and Editing Video and Audio in Sync, in Volume II and Chapter 30, Working with Mixed Format Sequences in Volume IV of the Final Cut Pro User Manual. 1 How do you sort by a column other than the Name column? 2 How do you show a column that you cant currently see in the Browser? 3 How do you search for a clip in the Browser using specific criteria? 4 What determines whether a clip is a master clip in Final Cut Pro? 5 What does it mean when a clip has a red slash through the clip icon? 6 How can you look at the detailed information about a single clip or item? 7 Where are all customized layouts saved on your computer?
8 In what menu can you choose User Preferences? 9 How do you make changes to an existing sequence? 10How do you find a matching frame to a sequence clip? 11 What is saved in the Autosave Vault?
1 Click a column heading. 2 Control-click a column heading and choose Show Column from the shortcut menu. 3 Select the Browser window and press Command-F to open the Find window, and choose specific search criteria. 4 A clip is a master clip if it represents the first use of that clip in the project. 5 The clip is offline and disconnected from its media file. 6 Select the clip, and press Command-9 to open the Item Properties window. You can also Control-click the clip and choose Item Properties from the shortcut menu. 7 They are saved at Macintosh HD > Users > [User Name] > Library > Preferences > Final Cut Pro User Data. 8 Choose User Preferences from the Final Cut Pro menu. 9 Make the sequence active in the Timeline, or select it in the Browser, and press Command-0 to open the Sequence Settings window. You can also choose Sequence > Sequence Settings. 10Position the playhead over the frame of the sequence clip, and press F. 11 Backup copies of your project file.
Lesson eight Lesson Eight objectives
Upon completion of Lesson Eight, Capturing Footage in Final Cut Pro 6, you should be able to complete the following tasks. Approximately five items from this lesson are included in the pool of exam questions, drawn randomly from the following objectives:

Upon completion of Lesson Eleven, Creating Titles in Final Cut Pro 6, you should be able to complete the following tasks. Approximately five items from this lesson are included in the pool of exam questions, drawn randomly from the following objectives:
Add color bars and slugs Create, edit and animate text clips Superimpose a title Create a lower third Work with Boris text Add color mattes and render effects Build a composite title Prepare graphic images for editing Add motion templates Creating Multiple Vaults
Lesson Eleven review questions
After completing Lesson Eleven, you should be able to answer the following questions. You may also want to review Chapter 23, Creating Titles and Chapter 25, Working with Master Templates in Volume III of the Final Cut Pro User Manual. 1 From what two places can you choose a generated item such as text? 2 What tab in the Viewer do you select to make changes to text clips? 3 When you superimpose an edit over a V1 clip, to what track should the source control be patched for the superimposed clip to be placed on V2? 4 What type of generated text identifies a person, place, or thing? 5 Under what menu can you find the Show Title Safe option? 6 What generated item is used as a color and sound reference at the head of a sequence?
7 Where can you find the Drop Shadow attribute? 8 In what text generator does a separate window appear for making text changes? 9 What automated text generator is often used for credit rolls? 10How can you adjust a clips opacity? 11 When you choose a color for a color matte, you can pick a color only from the Colors window. True or false? 12What is it called when you edit one sequence inside another? 13What category ofgenerated items can you use to apply a Motion template?
1 Choose from the Browser Effects tab or from the Generator pop-up menu in the Video tab in the Viewer. 2 The Controls tab. 3 The V1 track. 4 A lower third. 5 The View menu, and the View pop-up in the Viewer and Canvas. 6 Bars and tone. 7 In the Motion tab in the Viewer. 8 The Boris Text generator. 9 The Scrolling Text generator. 10Drag the opacity overlay on a video clip in the Timeline, or open a clip in the Viewer and change the Opacity parameter in the Motion tab. 11 False. You can use the Select Color eyedropper to pick a color from any clip in any open sequence. 12Nesting. 13Master templates.
Lesson twelve Lesson Twelve objectives
Upon completion of Lesson Twelve, Changing Motion Properties in Final Cut Pro 6, you should be able to complete the following tasks. Approximately five items from this lesson are included in the pool of exam questions, drawn randomly from the following objectives:

1 You can drag and drop a filter from the Effects tab to the clip in the Timeline, or you can identify the clip by selecting it (or moving the playhead over it) and choosing an option from the Effects menu. 2 Position the playhead over the clip in the Timeline. Open the clip in the Viewer and click the Filters tab. To change the priority of a filter, drag the filter name above or below another filter. To disable the filter, click the enable checkbox to deselect it. 3 Click the filter name and press Delete. To delete all video filters, click Video Filters, and press Delete. 4 Use the Color Corrector 3-way filter. 5 The Frame Viewer. 6 In the Filters tab. 7 You can drag the filter name from the Filters tab to another clip in the Timeline. To copy a filter to several clips at once, select those clips before dragging the filter. You can also use the Paste Attributes option. 8 Position the playhead where you want to start or end a filter change, and click a parameter Keyframe button. Reposition the playhead, and change that parameter. 9 The Matte or Key filters can composite effects.
Lesson fourteen Lesson Fourteen objectives
Upon completion of Lesson Fourteen, Finishing and Outputting in Final Cut Pro 6, you should be able to complete the following tasks. Approximately four items from this lesson are included in the pool of exam questions, drawn randomly from the following objectives:
Detect audio peaks Adjust video levels for broadcast Understand file formats Export a QuickTime movie Export using QuickTime conversion Output a sequence to tape Create a timecode window burn Back up a project
Lesson Fourteen review questions
After completing Lesson Fourteen, you should be able to answer the following questions. You may also want to review Chapter 17, Exporting QuickTime Movies in Volume I and Chapter 2, Assigning Output Channels and External Audio Monitors in Volume III of the Final Cut Pro User Manual. 1 What is the most efficient way to find the audio peaks in a sequence? 2 How are audio peaks indicated in the Timeline? 3 What can you do to determine whether an image falls within the broadcast safe range? 4 How can you correct an out-of-range clip so its range is acceptable for broadcast? 5 What two tools can you use to help prepare the audio and video of your sequence for output?
6 What is a self-contained QuickTime movie? 7 When might you use the QuickTime Conversion option to export a sequence? 8 What are the three ways you can output a sequence to tape? 9 What Export command do you choose to create a list of clip information?
1 Using the Audio Peaks function, located in the Mark menu. 2 By markers in the Timeline ruler area where each audio peak occurs. 3 Choose View > Range Check > Luma, and move through the sequence to see where the out-of-range clips are. 4 Apply the Broadcast Safe filter to the clip. 5 The Audio Mixer and Video Scopes. 6 A movie that uses Final Cut Pro sequence presets and that can be played on any computer without having the original media files present. 7 When you want to export a sequence at settings other than the current ones (for example, for the web or a DVD). 8 By recording manually, or by using the Print to Video or Edit to Tape options. 9 Batch List.

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Taking the certification exam
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Final Cut Studio 2 helps take you beyond mere editing. Discover the intuitive power of new creative tools designed expressly for Final Cut Pro editors. Rapidly move through editing to motion graphics, audio editing and mixing, color grading, and delivery - all as a natural extension of the work you already do. Final Cut Studio 2 puts a powerful new version of Final Cut Pro at the center of an integrated post-production workflow. Final Cut Pro 6, Motion 3, Soundtrack Pro 2, Compressor 3, DVD Studio Pro 4, and Color - a brand-new application for professional color grading - are all included in Final Cut Studio.

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