Now that you’ve put a final video together, you’ll need the right software to ensure it looks its best. This is where Final Cut from Apple comes in. The program revolutionizes how you edit your projects with various frame rates, graphics, and multi-cam features.
Final Cut allows you to edit pretty much everything in your video, down to the minute details. The program features tools like transitions, layout templates, colour grading, vector artwork, and keyframe editing. You’re also able to track everything with a thorough timeline that lets you see any changes you’ve made.
Of course, you’re more than welcome to trim the audio as you see fit. You’ll have access to Quicktime music and the ability to fine-tune the audio within your piece.
The good news is that even if you can’t afford to hire a professional editor, Final Cut is easy enough for anyone to use. While there are a lot of features to go through, it’s one of those scenarios where you can learn on the fly. And, if you still find yourself stuck, an online community of people can help you work out any kinks you encounter. Final Cut also has a collection of in-depth tutorials and documentation for you to browse on just about any area.
Final Cut is available for Mac and can be purchased for $399.99. That is a bit steep for some people, but if you have a lot of videos to edit, you might as well shell out the money for a one-time purchase. If you want to test run things a bit, Apple also offers a free trial for a full month. 30 days with this tool ought to give you more than enough time to figure out if it’s something you should invest in.
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