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Using a Tripod Makes Life Easier in Final Cut Pro

tripod.pngToo often the post production workflow is more extensive than it has to be. In many cases this can be avoided. If you have prepared for your project, you may know what shots will need what effects in post.

For example if you were shooting a highway with cars going by, and there was a billboard in the shot. If you were to put video in the billboard from a handheld shot, you would have to adjust the video to move with any motion from the handheld shot, and this can be very labor intensive. The artistry that many shooters can achieve going handheld is not up for debate. If you know that there is an effect, or graphic that will be easier to produce if the background is not moving, that is when you are better served by using a tripod.
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