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From iMovie to Final Cut Pro X by Tom Wolsky

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Lesson 3 Organization

In this lesson we’ll look at working in the Browser to organize your footage using FCP’s tools for working with metadata, the extra information attached to a piece a media that either comes from the camera itself or that you add to it.

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If you skipped directly to this lesson, first you’ll need to download the material from www.routledge.com/products/9781138209978 and use the eResources tab. For this lesson we’ll need the ZIP file called FCPX2.zip

  • 1. Download the file and double-click the ZIP file to open it.
  • 2. Drag the FCPX2 library to your dedicated media drive .
  • 3. Double-click the library to launch the application if it’s not already open.

The library contains one event called Organize with 13 clips ...

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