Multimedia 210 Final

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bry2011
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Multimedia 210 Final
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2011-12-12 19:01:22
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Cinema 210
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Chapter 1-13
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  1. Name three ways to open Final Cut Pro?
    Double click the application in the appiclations folder, click the icon in the dock, and double click a Final Cut Pro project file.
  2. What four modifier keys are often used in conjunction with keyboard shortcuts to initiate functions or commands?
    Shift, Control, Option, and Command.
  3. How do you access a shortcut menu?
    Control-click or right click an item.
  4. In what main menu can you find the Import command?
    In the file menu.
  5. Indentify three ways to open a clip in the Viewer?
    Double-click the clip in the Browser, drag it to the Viewer, or select it and press Return.
  6. Besides clicking the Play button, what keys on your keyboard can you press to play a clip or sequence forward?
    The spacebar and the L key.
  7. Which keys move the playhead forward or backward in one-frame increments in the Viewer, Canvis, and Timeline.
    The Left Arrow and Right Arrow keys.
  8. How do you mark an In point and Out point on a clip?
    Click the Mark In or Mark Out button in the Viewer, or press the keyboard shortcuts, I or O.
  9. What button in the Canvis window do you click to edit a clip?
    The red Overwrite button
  10. What visual indicator in the Viewer lets you know you are on the first or last frame of the entire clip?
    Filmstrip sprocket holes appear on the left side of the image in the Viewer to indicate the fist available frame of media, and appear on the right side to indicate the last frame.
  11. What visual indicator in the Canvis window lets you know the playhead is on the first or last frame of an edited clip in the timeline?
    An L in the lowe left means you're on the first frame of the edited clip, and a reserve L in the lower right means you're on the last frame.
  12. When viewing the audio portion of a clip, what do you see instead of a video image?
    A waveform display
  13. Identify three ways to create a bin?
    Choose file> New Bin, press Command-B, or Control-click in the gray area of the Browser and choose New Bin.
  14. What are the keyboard shortcuts to save, hide, and quit Final Cut Pro?
    Press Command-S to save current changes, press Command-H to hide the application, and press Command-Q to quit the application.
  15. What keyboard shortcut make you take the playhead to the end of the sequence or clip?
    The End key.
  16. What keyboard shortcut makes you take the playhead to the head of the sequence or clip?
    The Home key.
  17. How do you create a bin inside another bin?
    Control-click or right click a bin and choose New Bin from the shortcut menu.
  18. What are the four mehtods you can use to create an overwrite or insert edit?
    Click an edit button, use a keyboard shortcut; dag a clip from Viewer to the Canvis Edit Overlay; or drag the clip directly to a track in the Timeline.
  19. What do you use to drag an audio clip from the Viewer's Audio tab to the Canvis Edit Overlay or the Tineline?
    The drag hand.
  20. What are the keyboard shortcuts to zoom in to or out of an area of the Timeline?
    Press Option + to zoom in, and press Option - to zoome out.
  21. How do you target a track in the Timeline?
    Drag a source control to the target destination track.
  22. To select a clip in the Timeline, you click it once. Name two ways to deselect it?
    Click in the empty gray space above the track, or press Command-Shift A.
  23. How do you change a clip's location in the Timeline?
    Drag the clip, or select it and enter a move amount.
  24. What are two ways to turn snapping off or on?
    Press N, or click the Snapping button in the Timeline.
  25. When you're making an overwrite edit, what type of arrow does your pointer change into?

    What is it for an insert edit?
    The down arrow is for an overwrite edit; the right arrow is for an insert edit.
  26. When you open a clip in the Viewer, what do you see in the Timeline patch panel?
    The representative source tracks from the clip appear as Source controls in the Timeline patch panel.
  27. What is the shortcut key for turining snapping off and on?
    The N key.
  28. What is the Shortcut key for selecting the Zoom In tool?
    The Z key.
  29. What is the shortcut key to fit the entire seqeunce in the Timeline window, or fit a clip image in the Viewer or Canvis window?
    Shift and Z key
  30. What is the shortcut key for opening a short cut menu?
    Control-click key.
  31. What are the keyboard shortcuts for setting In and Out points in the Timeline?
    Press I to set an In point, Press O to set an Out point.
  32. When you mark an area of the Timeline and press Delete, will you leave a gap?
    Yes, pressing Delete alone leaves a gap where the material was edited. This type of delete is referred to as a lift.
  33. What happens to the marked area of the Timeline when you press Shift-Delete or the Foward Delete key?
    Pressing Shift-Delete or Foward Delete removes both clip and gap within the marked area. This type of delete is referred to as a riiple delete.
  34. Which video track will you see when there is more than one video clip at the same location in the Timeline?
    You see the clip in the uppermost video track.
  35. What is a three-point edit?
    Using just three edit points to determine location, duration, and content.
  36. How can you display a list of markers that are in a sequence?
    Control-click in the Timeline ruler. The markers appear at the bottom of the shortcut menu.
  37. Where can you change the Timeline settings of the active sequence?
    In the Sequence Settings window (Sequence>Settings).
  38. Which two edit points does the Slip tool adjust?
    The Slip tool adjusts the In and Out points of one clip.
  39. Which two sets of shortcut kesy allow you to adjust edit points one frame at a time?
    The< >(angle bracket) keys, and the [ ] (bracket keys)
  40. Which two edit points does the Roll tool adjust?
    The Roll tool adjusts one clip's Out point and the adjacent clip's In point.
  41. How do you adjust one track of a linked clip?
    Turn off linked selection, or hold down Option before clicking the track.
  42. How many clips are affected when you apply the Slide tool?
    The Slide tool affects three clips: the position of the middle clip, and the durations of the adjacent clips.
  43. Is extending two edit points most similar to rolling, slipping, or sliding edit points?
    Extending changes an edit point in the same way rolling does.
  44. What modifier key is essential to reposition a clip in a sequence without overwriting any other material.
    The Option key is used to shuffle a clip and ripple all other clips in the sequence.
  45. What does Option-dragging a clip do?
    Option dragging creates a copy of a sequence clip and repositions the copy in a different location, leaving the original sequence clip in place.
  46. If one track of a clip has gotten out of sync with other tracks , by being either slipped or moved, how do you resync those tracks?
    Press Command Z, or Control-click the red out of sync indicators on the tracks you want to adjust and choose "Slip and Sync" or "Move into Sync."
  47. What shortcut key makes you select the Roll tool?
    The R key.
  48. What shortcut key makes you select the Slip tool?
    The S key.
  49. What shortcut jey makes you select the Slide tool?
    The SS key.
  50. What modifier key is used to create a new poster frame?
    The control key is used to create a new poster frame (Control P).
  51. What does it mean when a production is shot multicam?
    Multiple cameras were used to shoot the same action at the same time but from different angels.
  52. How do you create a multiclip?
    In the Browser, select the clips you want to include in the multiclip and choose Modify> Make Muliclip, or Control-click a selected clip or bin and choose Make Multiclip from the shortcut menu.
  53. What's the difference between switching angles and cutting angles?
    Switching changes the angle you see at the playhead location; cutting makes a new edit point at this location.
  54. Before you can capture footage, what is the first thing you must do?
    You must connect your source device a FireWire cable or third-party capture card and turn it on.
  55. Marking clips for capture is similar to marking clips while editing. True or False?
    True.
  56. What is a Scratch disk?
    The target destination for your captured media finals.
  57. From what two places can you choose a transitional effect?
    Choose transitional effects from the Effects tab in the Browser and from the Effects menu.
  58. In what ways can you target a clip or clips when you want to apply multiple transitions?
    Select a clip, select a group of clips, set In and Out points, or selct all the clips in the sequence.
  59. What are the three ways a transition can be aligned to an edit point?
    Use center On Edit, Start On Edit, and End On Edit.
  60. What button do you click in the Timeline to display the Mute and Solo button?
    The Audio Controls button in the lower left of the Timeline.
  61. What results do you get when you click the Solo button on a track?
    That track becomes the only audible track as you play the sequence.
  62. How can you add several tracks to the Timeline at one time?
    Choose Sequence>Insert Tracks.
  63. How do you make the audio level overlay appear on clips in the Timeline?
    Press Option-W, or click the Clip Overlays control in the lower left of the Timeline, to the left of the Track Height Control.
  64. When would you turn on audio waveforms in the Timeline?
    When you want a visual representation of a clip's audio signals to overluate or to edit audio clips.
  65. What tool do you use to set a keyframe on the audio level overlay?
    The Pen tool.
  66. How can you paste just the audio level from one clip to another?
    Copy the clip that has the desired audio level and paste just the audio levels using the Paste Attributes command.
  67. In what menu do you find the Audio Mixer?
    The Tools menu.
  68. From what two places can you choose a generated item such as text?
    Choose from the Browser Effects tab or from the Generator pop-up menu in the Video tab in the Viewer.
  69. What tab in the Viewer do you select to make changes to text clips?
    The Control tab.
  70. What type of generated text identifies a person, place, or thing?
    A lower third.
  71. In what menu can you find the Show Title Safe option?
    The View menu, and the Veiw pop-up in the Viewer and Canvas.
  72. In what menu do you choose Speed?
    In the Modify menu.
  73. How can you tell if the speed of a sequence clip has been changed?
    A speed percentage will appear next to the sequence clip name.
  74. Where does the Speed too appear in the Tool palette?
    Under the Slip tool.
  75. How do you reveal the speed indicator area in the Timeline?
    Click the Clip Keyfames control.
  76. Where do you access motion parameters?
    In the Motion tab.
  77. How can you change motion parameters directly in the Canvis?
    Choose Image+Wireframe from the Canvas View pop-up menu.
  78. How can you cnage motion parameters directly in the Canvis?
    Copy the clip and use the Paste Attributes window to paste specific attributes.
  79. What tool do you use to hide unnecessary portions of an image?
    The Crop tool.
  80. What keyboard shortcut lets you create freeze fram from playhead postion?
    Shifr-N key.
  81. What keyboard shortcuts lets you select the Speed tool?
    SSS key.
  82. What keyboard shortcut lets you toggle on clip keyframes?
    Option-T key.

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