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Do you ever need a still image from a particular frame in your clip? Creating a freeze frame in Final Cut Pro is actually really easy to do. Park your playhead over any frame within a sequence and go to Modify > Make Freeze Frame or use the shortcut Shift+N . This places a freeze frame of the clip into the Viewer window. Unless you've changed your still/duration freeze frame preferences, you end up with a freeze frame that has 10 seconds of duration marked in the middle of the clip. This duration can be adjusted in either the Viewer or the Timeline, and you can also change the default duration .
Once you’re finished with your edit, how should you export? Well, it depends. Here are three methods:
How to Make a Looping DVD A DVD Studio Pro Tutorial The following tutorial that will teach you how to make a looping DVD using DVD Studio Pro. Requirements: DVD Studio Pro (Mac only) a digital video clip(s) blank DVD media 1) Open DVD Studio Pro
Final Cut Pro won't Render... HELP! I've got y rough cut done on a project which I edited by scrubbing over the timeline, but I can't get FC to render.