Collaboration and archiving


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Collaboration and archiving

There are two more areas that I want to cover. One is collaboration, so if you're working with another editor, how you can move project files back and forth between each other and then when you're done editing, how can you best archive and clean house. Now you can get to some of these choices by simply right-clicking on the specific project file that you're working on and as you can see you can duplicate the project, consolidate the project, and move to the trash. We're going to go to the File menu and explore it in a little more detail. Now the selection you probably choose the most is Duplicate Project.

When you click on Duplicate Project or hit Command+D, you'll get the following dialog box. What this does when you click on Duplicate Project only, it makes the copy of your project without duplicating any of the media. This is really useful if you've cut a version of your show and you want to cut an alternate version without changing the original. Often what I ...

Collaboration and archiving
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Collaboration and archiving provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Abba Shapiro as part of the Migrating from Final Cut Pro 7 to Final Cut Pro X (2011)

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Video
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Final Cut Pro
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