Accessing clips from other projects


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Accessing clips from other projects

Up till now we've been dealing with material all within the same project. What happens when we need to share material between projects, or what happens if we need to access material of a different frame rate? Over here in the 01_06 subfolder, I have the different_frame_rate bin. Single-click to open up that bin. And you can see here that I've got a sequence called SwingDance. Double-click on that, load it into the Record viewer. Let's play it and have a look at it. (Music playing) (Female speaker: Swing dancing brings you together.) Okay, good start, but it looks like we're actually missing a clip from the beginning of the sequence here.

Let's go find a clip, but let's say that clip is in a different project. How do we get to it? What I'm going to do is I'm going to come up here and click on the Project window, Fast menu, and choose Open Bin. Now initially, this is going to open me up in my current project showing me my current folders and current bins within ...

Accessing clips from other projects
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Accessing clips from other projects provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Steve Holyhead as part of the Migrating from Final Cut Pro 7 to Avid Media Composer 5.5

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Final Cut Pro Media Composer
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