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Tutorial - FCP Markers, unraveling the mysteries.

I took some time today to go thru some of the mysteries of Markers in FCP, yes, there ARE some mysteries. 
At 5:45 in there is an audio tip that I JUST learned this last week. I bet you’ll find it pretty useful. 

Also check out my pointers on editing b-roll faster that I reference in this tutorial.

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Cool tips here! Couple things I've never tried before.

September 6, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterStephen

Cool tips, I use lots of markers in source bin. One use is logging shots on a tape (or P2 when strung together by P2Flow) so I love that play and log tip.

The other use is to zoom a section of a long source clip, when you find yourself scrubbing with the mouse over a tiny region. I will mark the start and end of a scene, then double click on the head marker and that region will load in the viewer up to the out marker.

Thanks for the tips and the great podcast over at 16x9.


September 10, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDavid

but as if i can not watch the video,so pity about that.
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November 1, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterloder

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