Understanding the features and limitations of Connected Clips


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Understanding the features and limitations of Connected Clips

When working with connected clips, you'll no doubt encounter some pretty different behavior from those editing operations on the Primary Storyline. I want to go through some of these in this movie and then in the following movie we'll explore some solutions to work with some of these different behaviors. I am going to go into 5.2. I have our Farm to Table sequence here with some more connected clips, and the first thing I want to show you is moving clips around. So in the Primary Storyline, as you can see, I can just move clips around with ease, I drag, it makes room for it, and it's no problem at all.

Now when I go to do that with connected clips, you can see what happens. What this is doing is preventing a clip collision and the clip that I am displacing goes up a level to accommodate the shot moving over. Let me take that back, and it comes back down. Now notice that if I don't even try to fully swap the shots and just move it over a tiny bit it still goes up. So that's moving...

Understanding the features and limitations of Connected Clips
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Understanding the features and limitations of Connected 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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Video
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Final Cut Pro
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