Final Cut Pro X has lots of almost-magic built into it, if you know where to look. In this Briefing, Chuck shows how the Flow dissolve transition is used, and why you might never know it, by showing off some examples using one of the most recent MacVoices shows. If you use Final Cut, this might add a tool to your arsenal. If you don’t…don’t worry, you will appreciate the magic.
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