Final Cut Pro X Stop Motion Tutorial

Stop motion, a great and creative way of video production, this tutorial shows users how to use stop motion in Final Cut Pro x.
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19Selina Shi says:

This is so great! Thanks!

Jacob Mroczek says:

Will the custom option not work with Final Cut 10.0? is there another way to go about it?

SharloNoir says:

thank you so much! quick& easily explained!

crpinahat says:

Two things:1. I don’t think anyone with a macbook is going to have an easy time right-clicking to create a new compound clip. Maybe include an alternative.2. The “custom” speed option doesn’t seem to work, at least not on my computer– i’ve got it at 20x the original speed, but when i use the “custom” option to change the speed from 2000% to, say, 7500%, nothing happens. The whole clip just stays at 2000%.

TsQII Studios Inc. says:

Great tutorial, Thanks!

bloomvid Ltd says:

you just got to select all clips in the timeline, press Ctrl + D (Change Duration of Clip) and then type in wanted duration.. for stopmotion usually 2 frames per clip. Much much much faster than this.

NobodyElse101 says:

How did you make the thing appear where you clicked new compound clip?

HappiestSim says:

Thanks so much!!

Amanda NYC says:

Thank you!

VittoGoL says:

When you have the still images on the timeline selected just press ctrl D to set duration and set it to 1 frame. That’s the right not as you did. Then make a compound clip and retime the clip as you like. But if you just compound and then retime you won’t have the same smooth result.

Gemini Waltz Media says:

Thank you so much for this help !!! super straight forward and helped me out for this new funny project I’m working on. Have a good one!

RandyX says:

Dude. LIFESAVER!!! Thanks!!!

Stephyca Catalan says:

thank you for share your knowledge. Regards from Chile!

ThatGenericGuy says:

THANK YOU SO MUCH! I thought I was going to have to pay a lot of money AGAIN for a stop motion program!

Chodacious says:

Great video, thanks man

eli says:

thank you

Mary & Dean Channel says:

Thanks nice and easy! and quick perfect 🙂 even in 2018

FragranceView says:

When I right click to do the compound clip… nothing happens! right clicking doesn’t do anything for me

Jazzyearth 1 says:

Thank you this very help

Emma says:

thanks this really helped!

هنادي الدخيل says:

thank you

Vince Musci says:

i dont have an option for a custom speed….any way to fix that?

maj82 says:

hi – I have been working on a little stop motion project. However when i try to export it it comes out with this message “The operation couldn’t be completed. (com.apple.Compressor.CompressorKit.ErrorDomain error -1.) – any ideas? I would really like to get it out 🙂

JD Pooley says:

Great! Thank you!

Jackie M says:

Is there a way I can put sound effects in to my videos with Final Cut Pro

legobuilderfrom2000 says:

sweet tutorial man 

Vivalastyle says:

This was a great tutorial! Thank you so much!!!!

Drew Turner says:

glad to see you’re still in the film making game bro, keep it up!

R N Evans says:

While this does work and it’s good to understand applying the duration the comment below does give a more accurate way of doing it “When you have the still images on the timeline selected just press ctrl D to set duration and set it to 1 frame. That’s the right not as you did. Then make a compound clip and retime the clip as you like. But if you just compound and then retime you won’t have the same smooth result.”

michael satumba says:

thank you!!!!

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