Some videos offer how-to pointers; others provide an amusing diversion from your workday. This Macworld video attempts to do both.
Recently, one of my co-workers asked for help in making a video—a MacBook-themed parody of the Yip Yip monsters of Sesame Street fame. I take the process of editing that video with Final Cut Pro as an opportunity to share some tips on how to use Apple’s video-editing application. And yes, at the end of this video, I include the final version of the parody video.
Macworld Video #45
- Format: MPEG-4/H.264
- Resolution: 320 x 240 (iPhone & iPod compatible)
- Size: 16.8 MB
- Length: 6 minutes
You can read Macworld’s most recent review of Final Cut Pro. And here’s the YouTube clip of the original Sesame Street segment that inspired our parody video.
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