Final Cut Pro allows you to work independently or collaborate with others.
Final Cut Pro is professional editing software developed by Macromedia Inc. and Apple. Final Cut Pro runs on Mac computers and allows users to edit video footage and sound. It is important to keep in mind that Final Cut Pro does not allow the production of DVDs.
1. Turn your Mac computer on.
2. Connect your recording device to your computer through Firewire and make sure the device is in “VCR” mode.
3. Launch Final Cut Pro on your computer.
4. Go to “File” and then select “Log” and “Capture” and choose the first scene that you want to capture by pressing “I.” Fast forward to the end of the section that you want to capture and press “O.” Allow a few seconds for the prompt to work.
5. Go to the lower right hand corner of the capture viewer and choose “Now.” The video feed will rewind and capture video in real time and name the clip.
6. Go to the left hand side of the screen in the browser window to review captured clips. Double-click on the clip that you want to review and put it in the viewer.
7. Modify the clip by selecting “Make Subclip” and rename the video.
8. Drag and drop each subclip to the bottom of the screen into the timeline in which you want it to appear.
9. Choose transitions from the “Effects Tab” and drag them in between each of the subclips.
10. Save your project and then choose “Export” and convert the video and audio into a desired format.