It's rare that your video footage will come out of camera with perfect color settings. Many times, you'll need to adjust white balance, exposure, and color when you import your footage.
In this lesson from Video Editing in Final Cut Pro, you'll earn how to adjust all of these in Apple's flagship video editor. Achieve both natural color correction or creative adjustments using the techniques in the screencast above.
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Don't stop here! Final Cut Pro X is easy to get started with, but has plenty of features for beginners to professionals. You can keep learning the app Video Editing in Final Cut Pro; a complete crash course on using FCPX to edit your own videos. Whether this is for your own personal footage or a business project, the course has everything you need to get started as a video editor.
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