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The Best Way to Sort Your Footage in Final Cut Pro X

Although I’m not primarily a video editor, there are many parallels between working with audio and video. I just learned a wonderful tip that’ll make it much faster to sift through large quantities of clips to find the sections that I want to keep. Here’s a short 1.5 minute video demonstrating how to mark sections and add them to your timeline in Final Cut Pro X.

 

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