Final Cut Pro User Guide - Apple Inc.

Final Cut Pro User Guide

By Apple Inc.

  • Release Date: 2023-07-18
  • Genre: Digital Media
Score: 4
From 135 Ratings


Here’s everything you need to know about Final Cut Pro, straight from Apple. This definitive guide helps you get to know the features and controls in Final Cut Pro, and learn how to accomplish both basic and advanced tasks using the app. Note: This guide is no longer being updated in Apple Books. For the latest guide, see


  • Shortcuts

    By Jonny Songer
    Good for learning FCPX shortcuts.
  • Used to learn Final Cut Pro X

    By Happy Scientist
    Explains all the details in accessing the various feature of the Final Cut Pro X. As an amateur there are a lot of feature I not using, but I really found the video stabilization and audio analysis helpful in my first two home movie chapters. This manual taught me how to run the program. Some of the YouTube videos are also helpful. Like how to export videos as mp4 file.
  • Comic filter?

    By cataloger1
    This is good, BUT the update for 10.4.4 does NOT mention the comic filter!
  • This video

    By Hi KaKa
    Good music video
  • Review

    By SuperSelfEdit2
    Great book. Very self explanatory and treasures are hidden in this read. I give it two thumbs up. I didn't have to edit and write this review twice ya know. 👍🏻👍🏻
  • Absolutely Essential

    By Larry Travis Pro
    This is not how-to book. It is a manual. It shows you what the application does. It does not teach you how to edit. Searches will bring up every iteration of a word. I find all the Apple manuals absolutely essential and the easiest way to resolve problems, therefore they are my first source for figuring out a feature.
  • Garbage

    By Type 1010
  • Final Cut Pro X User Guide

    By Frustrated Disabled User
    Unable to print from iBook…… I want to print this book out for myself so I can write all over and also can put tags for quick search….. but no…...
  • Needs sub links in table of contents, and it's jittery when u scroll

    By Sebastian_blu
    The final cut help is easier to navigate on the mac then the iBooks version because there are no sub menus in table of contents. So u get sections that are hundreds of pages long. It also glitches when u try to resize the text.
  • Filmmaker

    By Mark1945