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Work Calendar
The numbers function like pages as well as following the order in which the module runs... So if your click on a date it shows you what i did on that day... It moves in chronological order up to my final piece...
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Collaborative Film Maker
Final Cut Pro Workshop - We were required to use final cut pro as the tool for creating our collaborative films... Final Cut is quite simple to use... The screenshot on the left shows the edit Motion tool... It can be acessed by clicking on the tab 'Motion'... This tool allows the user to;

1 - Import Motion projects into Final Cut Pro: You can add motion graphics created in Motion directly to your Final Cut Pro sequence without rendering.

2 - Update embedded Motion projects in Final Cut Pro: You can immediately see changes to a Motion project in your Final Cut Pro sequence.

3 - Send Final Cut Pro clips or sequences to Motion: You can create new Motion projects based on a selection of clips or a sequence in Final Cut Pro. You can use this feature to sketch a motion graphics sequence in Final Cut Pro and then refine it in Motion. The new Motion project can then be embedded in your Final Cut Pro sequence.
"Final Cut Pro delivers high-performance digital nonlinear editing, native support for virtually any video format, and professional-level extensibility and interoperability."

After you have cccompleted creating you project you can simply export it, into whatever format you find to be most suitable...
Final Cut is a commercial product and thus has copyright protection so collaboration with others requires them to also have either a Mac or to buy the software... So I guess the idea of being collaborative,(which is mostly based on the idea of being open/copyleft) is somewhat frustrated because the software which creates the collaborative video is it self quite closed...
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