Performing a complex search


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Performing a complex search

Little details will stick with you more so than a generic term. For example, you might forget the name of someone you met at a party, but remember that she was called Snookums, when she was a child. Snookums may not be a good name for a clip, but you'll never forget that little detail. And if you were smart enough to add it as a note to that clip's metadata, then finding Snookums when you need her, will be a cinch. Final Cut Pro has a great search mechanism. Simply click the Magnifying Glass in the Search field and it brings up the Search Filter.

The default is Text. If we wanted to find the clip that you entered the note love to, Paul's clip, simply type the word love, and notice that Paul's clip appears in Event Browser. If creating a group of clips around the concept of loving the coffee, loving the family, loving what people are doing appeals to you, then go ahead and create a new Smart Collection. Notice that in the Event Library a Smart Collection is created.

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Performing a complex search
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Performing a complex search provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Diana Weynand as part of the Effective Storytelling with Final Cut Pro X v10.0.9

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