How To Display Event Data In Final Cut Pro X


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Displaying event data

Once you have the tools to appropriately categorize and search for your footage, there are just a few more things about the event library that you should know before starting the editing process. Let's take a look. So we have our event here, our Farm to Table event, and if you want to hide your event library area right here, you can do so by clicking on this toggle switch right here, and this just gives you a little bit more real estate if you don't need your event library information. We'll go ahead and show it, though.

And to the right of that is a gear with a dropdown menu which allows you to view the event data in various ways. So, as you can see, by default it groups the different events visually by what drive they live on or disk. So you can see here that I have my Mac hard drive, my Media drive. If I click this off, those go away, and I'm just looking at the events without any drive indication. Let's put that back on. Now below that are options to display date information...

Displaying event data
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Displaying event data provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Final Cut Pro X 10.0.9 Essential Training

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Video
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Final Cut Pro
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