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Speed Up Transition

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This is another Final Cut Pro transition that you don't need any addtional plug ins for. Watch the Youtube video attached to get an understanding on how to create this transiotion. Once you are finished post a short video to Instagram or YouTube of you using this transition with some film you have taken!

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Slow Motion

Boy, is this week looking tough! I had a hard time choosing which assignment I wanted to tackle today, but I decided on this one!

I found an extension for firefox that allowed me to download YouTube videos, which was helpful, and I wish I had seen that earlier …

Sped UP

This assignment was a lot of work. I didn’t know what I was doing and was playing around with Filmora 9 as well. This assignment was to sped up parts of the video as the transition into the next video for 3 assignments. I did start to enjoy the editing …

Speeding Up and Slowing Down

This is another Final Cut Pro transition that you don’t need any addtional plug ins for. Watch the Youtube video attached to get an understanding on how to create this transiotion. Once you are finished post a short video to Instagram or YouTube of you using this transition with some …

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