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Mads Hindhede Svanegaard

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What is the hype surrounding Final Cut Pro Certifications? The Final Cut Pro certifications, exclusively developed by Apple & FMC, allow creative professionals looking to advance their careers, and add a competitive advantage to their portfolio. The Final Cut Pro certifications will set an industry standard for creatives who work primarily with the Apple Pro Apps ecosystem. Potential employers will also have a clear indication of the creative’s expertise in the Final Cut Pro application as certifications are available in three skill levels ranging from beginner to advanced knowledge of Final Cut Pro. Final Cut Pro Certification Tiers Let’s take a look at the Final Cut Pro exams currently available. Final Cut Pro certification is available at three levels: • SocialPro • VideoPro • PostProductionPro The FCP Certified Social Pro exam is a 50-minute multiple-choice test that will cover all aspects of beginner editing skills and iPhone video production. Users who would like to establish their niche in online and social media content creation should apply for this certification. The exam will test the main features of Final Cut Pro at the basic, introductory level along with general knowledge of iPhone videography and editing. The FCP Certified Video Pro exam is a 60-minute multiple-choice test that will cover all aspects of intermediate editing skills and production. This exam certifies users who would like to demonstrate their expertise throughout all areas of the Final Cut Pro application along with general production knowledge for film, television, advertising, and corporate businesses. Users with advanced knowledge of editing, color correction, finishing, and overall Final Cut Pro workflows are encouraged to pursue this certification.

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