Export Stems Out Of The Timeline Using Roles In Final Cut Pro X


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Exporting stems out of the timeline using roles

As you are no doubt very clear on by now, Final Cut Pro X doesn't contain any tracks. So what happens if you want a version of your sequence without music, or with just the dialogue, or without the titles? Well, in track-based editing programs, you just disable the tracks that you don't want and then voila! You have what you need. But in this program that's not possible. You can only really work with storylines and connected clips. So let's talk about what to do in Final Cut Pro where we'll use roles to define what we want to output.

So first of all let's step into our roles project, 13.6, and as you can see, I have got an awful lot going on here. If I want to give myself the ability to export the sequence with different versions of included elements, then I'll need to set up some roles. Roles are just like categories of video and audio. By default Final Cut contains five: Video, Titles, Dialogue, Music, and Effects. Actually your clips already contain one of these main d...

Exporting stems out of the timeline using roles
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Exporting stems out of the timeline using roles 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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