How to Nest and Break Apart Clips in Final Cut Pro X


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Nesting and breaking apart clips

I'd like to address a useful organizational technique that can help clean up your timeline and make the editing process easier. This process is called Nesting with Compound Clips. We'll also explore how to Break Apart Clip Items into separate elements. Let's take a look. So I'm going to go into 7.1, and have a sequence here. This is Scene 1 of the Farm to Table film, right after the intro we have been working on. So we have several sound bites from BD and have lots of B-roll, telling the story, and we have got a lot going on.

We have some connected clips here, we have a secondary storyline here and here, a connected clip down there, and of course lots of material in our primary storyline. So a lot going on, and I thought we'd just clean everything up a little bit by condensing the number of visible elements. So let's say that we would like this first soundbite to all exist together, I'm just going to select these clips and then right-click and choose New Compound Clip, o...

Nesting and breaking apart clips
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Nesting and breaking apart clips 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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