You might have noticed that in Apple Final Cut Pro X, adjacent connected clips do not have the same trimming functionality as clips in the primary storyline. Can you make connected clips into storyline? In this movie, author Nick Harauz demonstrates how to create storylines from connected clips in Apple Final Cut Pro X.
- You may have noticed in previous projects…that adjacent connected clips don't have the same…trimming functionality as clips in the primary storyline.…In this movie, we'll look at how we can…make storylines from connected clips…to gain the trimming necessary to finish the job.…So I'm in my 2.8 Keyword Collection,…and I'm just gonna double click to open up that project.…And show you here that I have a bunch of connected clips,…and here's one of the things about connected clips…that you might have experienced, that is,…when you're with the regular default trim tool,…I start to ripple trim this,…I don't get the same reaction that I do…of the adjacent clip in the primary storyline.…
They don't really stay together.…The same is true of these clips here.…Just notice that I am actually removing frames…from this clip, but the adjacent clip…doesn't move around with it.…In a lot of cases where I deal with B-roll,…where they're adjacent to each other in the,…or connected above the primary storyline,…I do want them to move together,…
Join Nick Harauz as he demonstrates advanced techniques for shortening clips, trimming video, and selecting ranges on clips. He shows you how to extend edits, deal with connected clips, compare cuts, use dynamic trimming, and more. Along the way, he includes shortcut commands, so you can expedite your workflow, driving all your editing from the keyboard. To ensure you're ready to use his tips in the real-world, he wraps up the course by going through two examples, cutting dialogue and cutting documentary footage in the timeline.
- Extending edits
- Splitting edits
- Lifting clips
- Comparing cuts
- Working with video from multiple cameras
- Overlapping footage
- Moving between edit points
- Trimming numerically
- Trimming dynamically
- Using the Precision Editor