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MacMost Now 593: Layering Video in Final Cut Pro X
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I would try a forum that deal specifically with Adobe Captivate.
Thanks for the tutorial.
Have you by any chance encountered a situation in FCP X where you insert one clip underneath a clip that is already on the timeline?
I have green-screened footage where I have removed the background, and I am trying to put a false image as the background. I seem to be unable to put my background image underneath the footage that I have already put on the timeline.
Haven't run into that. But I don't use green screen.
thank you for responding.
I'm still having trouble figuring out how to insert one layer beneath an existing layer.
I really have to change to the mac.
Great tutorial! Do you have any tips/tricks to avoid slowing down FCPX when you have multiple layers? I have several layers of text in my video, and FCPX runs REALLY SLOW when I edit this project.
Use Proxy video. Go into Prefs, and look for that setting.
Dude you are a genius !
I've been looking forever for this in fcpx ! ( It's not a obvious how to doe it out of the box ! )
Do you have other fcpx tutorials ? You tube shows some but drilling down into them gives me "not available"....
Anyway keep up the good work !
I've got lots of FCPX tutorials. Click on Videos at the top, then look for the Final Cut category. http://macmost.com/tag/final-cut
Have you figured out how to key a talking head then remove the black background so I can import into Adobe Captivate? My project in captivate is 640 X 480. Im exporting at codec 4444. I can Key and remove background but still not getting transparency. Cant seem to find the answer anywhere on web.