Javier Puente: yup this is nice but how you move a clip whit a transition in a secondary story line whit out destroy the transition ??
ipodtouchacker: why doesn't anyone explain how to use the handles? everytime i drag the left handle to adjust the "in fade" it shows a preview on the right side which doesn't make since because i am adjusting the left or in point. and i have no idea how to fix it. sometimes when i am adjusting the in and out points of the cross dissolve, i end up fading out and then back in to a previous point in the video.
Aaron Kendeall: I agree. I just want to say thanks because your tutorials are very helpful. Best I've found.
madhav prasad: Thanks Larry for that clear, and easy to understand tutorial, but i am unable to remove transition which i applied on a clip instead of an edit point, when i am trying to remove the transition entire clip is getting removed. Please Help.
Kelly Brown: Thank you for this I like your voice also and you are a natural born teacher!!!
Elena Musician: Just found you here Larry and just want to say thank you! Wonderfully clear, concise and even humorous directions. You also have a really nice voice.
Ryan Zahrai: Brilliant. I'm also having the issue where I can't add a transition for some reason between clips. I have an audio track under the main video layer. Wondering if you would know the reason why I can't insert a transition. Love your tutorials - thanks again.
WhoIzHe:+Larry Jordan for some odd reason I can no longer add transitions to my edit, can you please tell me what this could possibly be?
Juan Carter: could you put text in the transition
Larry Jordan: Thank you!
tamy lucker: ur awesome
Matthew Moores: i have a problem.... when i drag a transition into my video place move type thing... it goes to the start of my video........ the first thing i done was add music then i selected clips and added it to the audio...... i dont know what to do please help?
Larry Jordan: Saving sanity is one of my favorite things.
aniorg: omg Larry, Thank You sooooo much, this has fixed the problem and you have saved our sanity! We appreciate your quick response. You're awesome!
Larry Jordan: I may have a YouTube video that talks about filters in Compressor.
Basically, H.264 in Compressor desaturates the image. This means we need to re-saturate it during compression to compensate. I know I've talked about this in multiple webinars, but I don't know if I've pulled a specific example for a YouTube video.
The filter is the Color Correction - Midtones filter.
Larry Jordan: I've covered this in webinars. You need to boost chroma during compression. Too complex to detail here.
lifanek: Many thanks for Your answer!
aniorg: Hi Larry, when videos are created through final cut pro X, they look great when played on quicktime but washed out when uploaded on youtube. We have used the .mov file type with h.264 codec. We've also tried using compressor and all different types of settings. Nothing seems to be working and we are frustrated. Please help!
Larry Jordan: Two transitions means that there is a gap between the two clips. Make sure the clips are touching before adding a transition between them.
lifanek: In my case when point is selected and transition is added gives the same result as I would select clip on the left side of this point - two transitions on both sides of clip ;/ And on screen controls still not visible - does something change in newest version?
Add, Modify, and Delete Video Transitions in Final Cut Pro X5
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