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Final Cut Friday: 10 transition tips for FCP X [Video]

Transitions are important building blocks for putting together cohesive videos in your NLE selection. In Final Cut Pro X there are many shortcuts, tips and tricks that can be used while inserting or editing transitions. In this week's episode of Final Cut Friday, I share 10 transition tips to help you master this important part of the editing process.

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10 Final Cut Pro X Transition Tips

  1. ] Insert a Standard Transition
  2. How to Change a Standard Transition
  3. Change the Default Transition Length
  4. Trim a Transition
  5. Ripple edit a transition
  6. Release edit a transition
  7. Release edit a transition
  8. Release edit a transition
  9. ] Insert a transition between two clips
  10. Insert an entry and exit ]
  11. Replace a transition
  12. Find transitions using Index

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Inserting a transition between two clips is an important part of the video editing process, but as you will see in our practical video review, it is just the beginning. Final Cut Pro X lets you create standard transitions that you can insert with a simple keyboard shortcut. Users also have the option to change the default duration of a transition by visiting the app's preferences.

Trimming a transition is another basic basis for the editing process, as different transition lengths help evoke different types of emotions from your videos. Once you've mastered the trimming, you can start using intermediate techniques such as ripple editing while keeping a transition in place, grinding edits, and more.

In our practical Final Cut Friday video tutorial, we also show you how to use the Final Cut Pro X Index Index to quickly identify and instantly move between the timeline transitions. Needless to say, there are many techniques to master when it comes to using transitions effectively, but this list is a good starting point.

What are your thoughts? Sounds in the comments below with your observations. Be sure to check out last week's episode for more Final Cut Pro X tips and tricks.

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