Move Clips In The Primary Storyline In Final Cut Pro X


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Moving clips within the primary storyline: Swapping shots and creating gaps

Adding Material to your sequence is only part of the story, among other things it's also important to be able to effectively move material around within the timeline. Let's take a look at the most effective ways to do this in Final Cut Pro X. All right, so I am going to go into 3.6. Okay, so I have a sequence here, and it's certainly coming along, but I think I'd like to try out a few things. And the first thing we want to try is to switching a couple of these interviews here. I want to switch these two interview clips here so that Justin comes before Owen.

And I can easily do this by just clicking on one of the clips and then dragging, in this case I'll drag to the left, like so. And we can see that Final Cut basically does all of the work for me. I just need to hover a long enough for the clip to get out of the way and move over to swap places. So, I'll just release, and I have swapped my shots. So you can do this for any clip anywhere in the sequence. They don't need ...

Moving clips within the primary storyline: Swapping shots and creating gaps
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Moving clips within the primary storyline: Swapping shots and creating gaps 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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