- Final Cut Pro User Guide
- 1. Alternatives
- 1.1 The Best FCP Alternative for Mac
- 1.2 Final Cut Pro vs Adobe Premiere
- 2. Basic Editing+
- 2.1 Top 5 Final Cut Pro Editing Tips You Should Know
- 2.2 What is Ripple Editing and How to Use it
- 2.3 How to rotate/flip a video in FCP
- 2.4 How to reverse/rewind clips in FCP
- 2.5 How to Crop an Image in FCP
- 2.6 How to Add Titles in FCP
- 2.7 How to Add Effects in FCP
- 3. Advanced Editing+
- 3.1 How to make a timelapse video in FCP
- 3.2 How to record voiceover with FCP
- 3.3 How to edit audio in FCP
- 3.4 How to fade in/out audio in FCP
- 3.5 How to add transitions in FCP
- 3.6 Color grading and correction in FCP
- 3.7 How to make Freeze-Frames and Slow Motion
- 3.9 How to Create a Picture-in-Picture Effect
- 3.10 How to Create a Chroma-Key Effect
- 4. Tips and Tricks+
- 4.1 Troubleshooting Tips
- 4.2 Top 40 Keyboard Shortcuts for FCP X
- 4.3 10 Cool Plugins for FCP X
- 4.4 Top 10 Famous Movies Made By Final Cut Pro
How to Flip a Clip in Final Cut Pro
The Final Cut Pro is a video editing software on Mac Computer that offers a wide range of photo and video orientation options that can help you make your video and photo the way you would want it to appear. If you have vertically filmed a video on your mobile phone and you want to twist it up, down or place it at any angle without changing its quality, this would be the best tool for you. Flipping clips in final cut pro by following the below steps.
This is a basic tutorial about Apple Final Cut Pro, professional video editing software. However, if video editing is new to you, consider Wondershare Filmora for Mac. This is a powerful but easy-to-use tool for users just starting out. Download the free trial version below.
How to Flip a Clip in Final Cut Pro
This is an easy to use software that can enable to full customize your videos by flipping, rotating and doing all sorts of editing tasks. Follow the below simple steps to flip, crop, resize or move clips.
Step 1: Select a Clip on the Timeline
The timeline is at the bottom portion of the Final cut Pro. You can add tittles and texts as well to these clips before integrating them to your photos.
Step 2: Access the Transform option
There is a popup menu that you should click on for you to get the Transform tools. It is on the lower left corner of the viewer so it should be easy to see. You can use the short cut as well which can be done by pressing (shift-T). Or Control-click in the viewer and choose Transform.
Step 3: Adjust the effects
There are blue handles at each corner which enable the user to adjust image size while maintaining the aspect ratio of the photo.
Blue handles in the middle are meant to each side are used to adjust horizontal and vertical image sizes changing the aspect ratio of the clips.
The center circle indicates the rotation anchor points that enables changing of the image position.
The blue handle protruding from the circle makes it possible to rotate the image.
Step 4: Using the Transform controls in the Video Inspector:
- The positions X and Y enables you to move the image left and right as well as moving it top to bottom depending on how you want it to be.
- The Rotation point allows you to rotate the image around its anchor points.
- The scale option is for resizing the image.
- The Anchor X and Y allows you to Move the image’s center point.
After you have finished doing all the editing and transformation, you can then click done so that you get your final product. In case the results are not satisfactory you can click the arrow at the right side of each control to get back to the start and begin afresh.
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