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In this FCP video tutorial, Shane Ross shows how to get a section of cut footage from one sequence to another in Final Cut Pro.



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Re: Copying Sequence Content in FCP
by nell butler
Dear Shane,
This is a crappy female question (I am an amateur female final cut pro-er), and I'm sure you can help me in a nanosecond.
I cut a sequence on its own, then try to copy it into my master sequence. I've tried the ways you suggest, and I copy it across, but all shots shrink into small box. My sequence clearly still feels it's some kind of subclip? How can I import it into the main sequence at full size????
Sorry to bother you.
Thanks
Nell
@nell butler
by Shane Ross
"I've tried the ways you suggest, and I copy it across, but all shots shrink into small box."

Do the sequence settings match? Sounds like they don't. Do you now have a green or orange render bar above the footage? If so, yeah, you have different settings. Are you cutting footage with different settings and then trying to join them?

Shane



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Re: Copying Sequence Content from One Sequence to Another
by Shane Ross
The manual gave me Shift-V. A friend showed me the CMD-F10/F9 keys. That HE gleaned from the manual. And another friend from across the pond mentioned the IN/OUT copy paste method. I had figured out that you could do this with the RANGE SELECT tool, but then he pointed out that it wasn't necessary.

It takes a village...

Shane



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Re: Copying Sequence Content from One Sequence to Another
by Rafael Amador
I guess that FC is able to do things that not even the developers know.
I should have learnt the proper use of the Keyboard when I was younger. Now is too late to try to teach my self.
With so much "creativity" around we don't pay enough attention to a proper method of using our tools from the beginning . Your (great) "Getting organized.." should be a priority for anybody that works with FC.
I survive because my projects generally are not that complicated. But even like that I mess A LOT:-)
rafael

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Re: Copying Sequence Content from One Sequence to Another
by John Fishback
I learn cool stuff every day. Thanks, Shane.

John

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Re: Copying Sequence Content from One Sequence to Another
by Rafael Amador
Great tutorial Shane.
Where do you learn all those tricks from, man?
Cheers,
rafael

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