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<ul><li><p>5 Editing Tips Every Final Cut Pro X</p><p> Editor Should Know</p></li><li><p>Live TrimmingDuring an edit, one of the most common tasks is to make a </p><p>clip shorter. Editing wisdom tells us that a clip should be able to justify every frame of its length; if its not necessary, its cut. FCP X has three keys which are great at doing just </p><p>that, whether youre paused or playing a timeline. With nothing selected, the clip under the playhead will be </p><p>affected, but you can select a clip to trim that instead.</p></li><li><p> Option-[ to start the clip at the current playhead position (Trim Start)</p><p> Option-] to end the clip at the current playhead position (Trim End)</p><p> Option-\ trims to the start or end, whichever is closer to the current playhead position (Trim to Playhead)</p></li><li><p>Adjustment LayersYou can make your own with Motion, or pick up one from </p><p>many places online, but Adjustment Layers are invaluable. They arent included in the default installation, but they are </p><p>ridiculously helpful. And what are they? Theyre empty titles, with no included text. Any color changes or effects applied to adjustment layers affect every clip below them.</p></li><li><p>Keyword and Favorite FirstWhen you first start to work through your footage, its quite </p><p>tempting to dump it all on a timeline and start culling. Theres often a better way, though. Press Command-K to bring up the Keywords popup, then pre-define keywords which suit your </p><p>footage in each of the boxes, assigned shortcuts of Control-1 through Control-9.</p></li><li><p>With the shortcuts ready to go, make sure no clips in your event are selected, then just hover over each in turn, and </p><p>press the matching Control-# shortcut key. Its insanely fast to organize your footage. When thats done, click-drag-release </p><p>or use I and O to mark in and out points, and press F to make a Favorite.</p></li><li><p>View Favorites from the drop-down at the top, and youve got the best bits of all your clips sorted and organised, viewable </p><p>with the keyword collections to the left.</p></li><li><p>Export FasterThough its downplayed by the language used, theres very little wrong (and a lot right) with using the Faster Encode </p><p>options in FCP X. Sure, the other option says Better Quality but its often hard to tell the difference visually.</p></li><li><p>Reveal Hidden Features with Custom Keyboard Shortcuts</p><p>Changing often-used keyboard shortcuts is a great way to make common actions faster. For example, some people have recommended using G and H for the most common </p><p>Trim Start and Trim End commands above.But some other commands are completely inaccessible if you </p><p>dont assign keys to them theyre not in the menus and they dont have shortcuts by default. </p></li><li><p>Source:</p><p></p><p>Slide 1Slide 2Slide 3Slide 4Slide 5Slide 6Slide 7Slide 8Slide 9Slide 10Slide 11Slide 12Slide 13Slide 14</p></li></ul>