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FCPX INs and OUTs - Replace Edit

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In this In and Out tutorial, Andy Neil shows off FCPX's Replace Edit feature: one that's quite a bit different from previous versions.



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Re: FCPX INs and OUTs - Replace Edit
by Cinnamon Kennedy
It's so sad! This video is a love song about Final Cut Pro 7.


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