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This is for all the FCE users out there. There are much easier ways to deal with speed in Final Cut Pro using keyframes but ...
those are not as readily available in FCE, as or not the time remap features.
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Hey guys, this is E. Meek 77 and I got a little tutorial for you. I want to use final cut express this time. For my final cut express users, to make them feel a little bit more comfortable but it seems like there are more express users than pro users at YouTube. So, if you want to see other tutorial go to www.finalcutstudioschool.com and you will see this tutorial and I just posted there.
So, this trick I got from an artist name Tim Meehan. His got a couple books out, Fifty Fast, Final Cut Express Technique, so he is the teacher on this one. We want to give him credit. This is where I learned that technique. Check out his books.
Now, as you can see in the time and another reason I am using final cut express is if you look I have final cut pro open here and I am rendering and I have got two hours to go. So, not only why I am doing full screen capture, but I am also rendering in final cut pro in the background, while I am working on final cut express. So, if you see a little log that is what it is. Final cut pro is rendering along with full screen capture, so will see how happens. I have not experience log yet.
Now, let us get in to the tutorial. We have a speed clip down here at the bottom place in our time line. As you can see is just the car speeding down the road and I am going to show you how to induce a nice little speed effect. So, what I want to do is, after I got my clip in the time line, I want to select my blade tool by hitting the B button and I want to go push the home key that may lap ahead go to the beginning of the clip and I want to bring my play head into the clip about two seconds and I want to make a cut, bam! as you can see this made of cut at the two second marked.
Now, since I made that cut, I am going to right click on the clip that is remaining to the ride here, click on speed. I want to make this. It is on a hundred, which is normal speed. I am going to make it two hundred. As you noticed this, it almost cut the link in half. So, what we are going to do is, we are going through the time line this clip and do this every two seconds and increase the speed by two hundred each time. So, let me show you how to do this.
Now, we made up our first cut in two seconds, I want to move the play head to four seconds. As you can see, it says it right here in the time field, four seconds. Now, I am going to make another cut with my blade tool, right click on the remaining clip to the right, speed. I set the last one at two hundred. So, I am going to set this one at four hundred. We are going to increase by two hundred each time and it shortens the clip again.
Move your clip up to the six second mark, which is two more second in, place the cut, right click on the remaining clip to the right, speed,. This speed last time was four hundred and we are going to make it six hundred. Bam! Now, we are going to go on up two more seconds to eight seconds. Place the cut, right click on the clip that is left to the right. Click speed for eight hundred. Go up two more seconds, which is at the end of the clip.
So, now let me render this clip up. And, I will say the final cut pro renders a lot quicker in final cut express. I was doing the same project in final cut pro and it would have done render by now. Okay? The render go home. Watch over here in the viewer and you will be able to see it speed up as that clip plays. As it goes faster, faster, faster, here comes the car, zooms. As you can see at this slowly build the speed and you can build the speed faster, slower and play it again faster, faster, faster, faster, faster, zoom, lots speed, but there are several ways you can do this, there are a lot smoother ways you can do this, there are a lot of other ways you can do this, you can add them blur to the screens, so it is gets some blurry as you get faster.
This is just a neat little trick that I found that I want to share with you guys that anybody can do. Like I said, just cut your clip into two second increments and increase your speed back two hundred each time and each time the clip will slowly get faster until it reaches its maximum speed, which is zooming down the road now.
And that is that guys. It is just a neat little trick I want to share with you and I really hope you have learned something from this technique. If you can not implement it in the end of your videos, I hope it gives you an idea of how to do this type of thing. So, we will see you guys next time. Thanks a lot.