Step 3. Importing the media folder into the event.
Step 4 Create An Opening Title
Step 5 - Turn on Snapping tool and adjust timeline settings (how to zoom in or out)
Step 6 - Assembling the clips in order based on the lyrics.
Step 7 - Adjusting the volume of a clip. (Mute the audio of the violin)
Step 8 - Adding an Effect Filter (Make all color clips black and white)
Step 9 - Adding Audio Markers (To quickly help line up clips to lyrics or music beat )
Step 10 - How to add the Ken Burns effect. Ken Burns "Rules' - 1) Never use the same Ken Burns effect on back to back clips ( zoom in , zoom in, zoom in, etc. it gets annoying) 2) You can zoom out, then zoom in, or pan across or do nothing (keep it still). 3) When you use the Ken Burns effect in back to back images... a cross dissolve transition should be used to blend them better. * This effect is named after Ken Burns, an Emmy award winning documentarian who popularized using movement on photos in his documentaries such as "The Civil War, Baseball, etc) .
Step 11 - Adding and expanding transitions.
Step 12 - Add Ken Burns to the Kennedy Picture (move right to left) as well as the two longer "whoa" images.
Step 13 - Cropping a clip - The Violin Player
Step 14 - Applying a Speed Effect - Slowing down the violin clip to better match the music.
Step 15 - Fading out an audio clip (at the end the song)
16) Watch the final example - Your project should look like this one.
Sharing from Final Cut Pro (exporting) and turning your project in to google classroom.