Using favorites to create subclips


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Using favorites to create subclips

When it comes to editing in Final Cut Pro X, I feel like I just save the best for last and that's sub-clipping. If you're coming from Final Cut Pro 7 and going to Final Cut Pro X and you type in Subclipping in the Help menu, you won't find it, because actually it goes by a different name and a different workflow. But once you discover that workflow, you'll be amazed that how fast you can sub-clip. Let's step in to 03_09-Subclipping. Now I've intentionally started with a completely blank timeline because I want everything to be fresh and clear.

Now the first we are going to sub-clip is one of the dance clips. It's in the B-roll. It's called broll_dance_rehersal_25. I picked this because there are two different things happening. If I skim across it, I see this woman dancing, which I want to be one sub-clip and then I have Pablo dancing, which will be a second sub-clip. As a matter of fact, I even want to get rid of all this junk at the end of just the student s...

Using favorites to create subclips
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Using favorites to create subclips provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Abba Shapiro as part of the Migrating from Final Cut Pro 7 to Final Cut Pro X (2011)

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Video
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