Final Cut Pro 6 - F

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Fade In, Fade Out transition II-389
fade-ins II-372, II-389
fade-outs II-372, II-389
fader banks III-105
faders IV-456

adjusting III-85–III-88
in control surfaces III-100, III-104, III-106
described III-73
Master fader III-76, III-88

fade-to-black transitions II-379
Fast Forward button IV-205
fast-forward in time graph III-360
fast motion III-337
Fast Start - Compressed Header option IV-259
Fast Start option IV-259
favorites IV-457

audio filters III-176
audio transitions II-386
creating III-332–III-334
deleting II-387
Favorites bin III-332
motion effects III-320–III-321
organizing III-336
renaming III-335
transitions III-335–III-336

Favorites bin II-387, III-332, III-336
Feather slider III-442
feedback in reverberation III-161
feet + frames timecode II-441
Fibre Channel arrays I-217
field dominance III-681, IV-363, IV-387

in mixed-format sequences III-683–III-684,


frame rates and IV-407
of video images IV-457

File Attribute Mismatch dialog IV-82
file formats II-90

See also names of specific file formats
audio IV-235
compared to codecs IV-230
EDL file formats IV-135
graphics IV-234
images IV-234, IV-286
importable files I-315
QuickTime IV-228
QuickTime-compatible IV-246
video I-22–I-25

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importance of IV-15
Media Manager settings IV-97


See also media files
See also QuickTime movie files, names of specific
file formats
autosave files II-77
cache files IV-320
extensions for IV-296
importing I-315–I-319
naming I-37–I-38, I-251, I-283
offline files IV-74–IV-76
project files II-76
reducing size IV-257
render files II-408
saving IV-307
XML files II-244

film I-235

frame rate IV-409
history of IV-401–IV-403

film cameras IV-406
film lists

edge code and IV-181
exporting IV-179–IV-181

Film Safe property IV-34, IV-39, IV-47
film standards for timecode II-441
filmstrip display I-125
filter bars I-128, II-174, III-230, III-322, III-324
filter parameters I-129, III-218, IV-144
filters II-279, III-241–III-252

advantages of III-217
After Effects filters III-240, IV-29
applying to clips III-218–III-232
applying to multiple tracks III-331
audio filters III-164–III-166
blur filters III-241
border filters III-242
broadcast safe III-524
categories III-224
changing order of III-169
channel filters III-242
clips IV-139
color correction filters III-243, III-561
compression filters III-157
controls III-226–III-230
copying/pasting between clips III-165–III-166,
III-231–III-232, III-329
described IV-457
displaying in Timeline III-167
distort filters III-244
effects filters III-160–III-161
enabling/disabling III-169, III-224, III-231, III-563
equalization (EQ) filters III-154–III-156
expansion filters III-158
favorite filters III-176

filter bars III-230
FxPlug plug-ins III-234–III-235
FXScript effects language III-218
identifying as real-time effects III-620
image control filters III-245
included with Final Cut Pro III-241–III-252
keyframe controls III-291
keying filters III-246–III-247
looping real-time playback III-170
masks III-443–III-445
matte filters III-248–III-249, III-440–III-443
multiple applied filters III-165, III-222, III-567,
noise reduction filters III-159–III-160
nondestructive filters III-154
Paste Attributes command and III-232
perspective filters III-250
playback settings IV-367
QuickTime IV-253
real-time audio adjustments III-169–III-170
rearranging III-231
removing III-169, III-232, III-556
rendering and III-116, III-645, III-660, III-676
settings I-78, III-224–III-226
sharpen filters III-250
Start and End points III-222, III-226
stereo pairs and III-162
stylize filters III-251
third-party III-176
video filters III-252
viewing in Viewer III-168
Y´CbCr color space and IV-29

Filters option III-166, IV-139, IV-249, IV-367
Filters tab I-78, II-279, III-224–III-226, III-562
Final Cut Pro

basic interface I-43–I-44
customizing interface I-141–I-158
displaying film information in IV-176–IV-177
earlier versions of IV-24–IV-29
editing system components I-161
filters III-241–III-252
formats supported IV-398–IV-401
generators III-474–III-476
memory allocated to IV-444
performance IV-444
projects I-27–I-35
Soundtrack Pro multitrack projects III-209
Support ID IV-444
workflow I-15–I-20

Final Cut Pro clips

creating multitrack projects with III-208–III-211

Final Cut Pro installer disc IV-336
Final Cut Pro XML Interchange Format II-244, IV-65,
IV-129, IV-153–IV-160

importing I-238
support for I-22

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Find All command II-30, II-31
Find command II-31, II-32, II-183, IV-14
Find Edges filter III-251
Finder (Mac OS X)

effective media management and IV-14
Media Manager processes and IV-109
reconnecting files and IV-83

finding items

in Browser II-31–II-34
commands for II-30
gaps in sequences II-202–II-205
media files II-83
offline clips IV-81
options II-28–II-30
in sequences II-183–II-184
settings IV-318
in Timeline II-183–II-184
unused clips II-32

Find Next command II-30, II-31, II-184
Find Results window II-31, II-33–II-34
Find window II-28–II-32
finishing on tape process IV-457
finishing phase. See online editing

analog equipment and IV-355
audio configuration III-38
audio mapping IV-351
audio outputs I-188
calibration III-536
camcorders IV-355
channels and I-301
connections I-169
connectors for I-180
described I-180, IV-355, IV-457
device control IV-355
device control presets IV-351
DV black levels and III-535–III-536
DV timecode and IV-354
external monitors and I-221
FireWire 400 I-180
FireWire 800 I-180
NTSC option I-223
output formats and IV-188
PAL option I-223
Protocol setting for IV-350
remote control IV-200
versions of IV-355
website IV-355

FireWire 800 I-180
FireWire audio interface I-190
FireWire PCI cards I-214
FireWire video interfaces


Fisheye filter III-244
Fit All setting I-84
fit to fill editing IV-457

fit to fill edits I-92, II-148, II-149, III-338, III-340
Fit to Window setting I-83
flags. See markers
FlashPix format I-316, IV-234
Flash RAM I-235
flat frequency response III-53
flattening audio III-189
flattening layers in images III-376, III-380, III-408
FLC files IV-246
Flesh Tone line III-516, IV-457
flesh tones III-516, III-539–III-540, III-546, III-590,
flicker IV-386, IV-406–IV-407
Flicker filter III-252
floating audio meters III-60, III-61
Flop filter III-250

importing I-317–I-319
media files I-35
naming I-39

folders, EDLs and IV-144
fonts III-472–III-476

color III-478
readability III-472
selecting III-376, III-478

Forget Files list IV-84
Forget Render button IV-84
Format option IV-135, IV-287, IV-288, IV-297
Format option for timecode II-448
formats, changing II-90
formats. See file formats
Format tab II-83
For search option II-29
Forward option IV-225
Four-Point Garbage Matte filter III-248, III-440
fps (frames per second) I-24, II-443

capture presets IV-342
understanding frame rates IV-405

fragmentation IV-440
frame blending IV-367, IV-457

clip speed and III-342, III-344
in Motion tab III-363
rendering and III-660, III-676

Frame Blending option III-342, III-344
frame boundary indicators III-557
frame counter (FF) II-439
frame delay offset settings I-228
Frame Offset field I-230
Frame Rate menu IV-367
Frame Rate option IV-250
frame rates II-440, IV-250

capture presets IV-341, IV-342
choosing IV-408–IV-409
compared to timecode IV-413
described I-24
dynamic real-time playback and III-629

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Easy Setups and IV-61
editing timebase IV-361, IV-371
EDL export considerations and IV-147
flicker and IV-406–IV-407
imported files I-320
limiting IV-407–IV-408
OfflineRT format IV-61
QuickTime files IV-231
real-time effects and III-629
recaptured clips I-278
rendering and III-661
sequence presets IV-363
sequence settings IV-367
understanding IV-405–IV-406
video formats IV-375, IV-385
XML elements for IV-158

Frame Rate setting for device control IV-352
frame remapping III-346

blending III-342, III-344
close-up view II-398
described IV-457
dropped. See dropped frames; long frames
duplicate I-127, I-130
duplicate detection IV-310
frame counts II-441
freeze frames IV-222, IV-224, IV-225, IV-310
moving one frame at a time I-105
moving playhead to II-62, II-63
Out points and II-101
playing all I-102
playing back IV-225
poster frames I-65, I-70
size III-372
sliding to other times III-354
still frames IV-150
trimming by II-358
video image dimensions I-24

frame size

sequence presets IV-362
settings IV-340, IV-362

Frame Size property IV-39, IV-46
frames per second (fps) I-24, II-440
frames per second. See fps (frames per second)
Frames per second option IV-287, IV-288, IV-344
Frame Viewer

customizing contents of III-556–III-557
displaying images in III-555
display options III-557–III-558
opening III-556
uses for III-555
using the split screen III-557–III-558

free space I-209–I-211, I-240
freeze frame icon IV-35
freeze frames I-332, IV-47, IV-222, IV-224, IV-225,

creating III-366–III-367
in time graph III-361

frequency IV-458
frequency ranges

described III-18, III-20
equalization and III-154, III-155

frequency response III-54
fringing around keyed subjects III-428, III-436
front, moving clips to III-389
FTP sites IV-66
full-resolution media

capturing IV-17
importing into OfflineRT sequences IV-62
media management and IV-16
recapturing IV-89

full-screen preview I-227
fundamental III-21
fuzzy still images III-368
FxPlug III-234
FxPlug plug-ins III-234–III-235
FXScript language III-218
FXScript plug-ins III-235