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FCPX INs and OUTs: Using Storylines and Compound Clips: ONE

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In this two part tutorial, Andy Neil will show you when it's best to use a storyline, connected clip, or a compound clip in your project. He goes in depth with some tricks to get moving quickly in FCPX.



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Re: FCPX INs and OUTs - Using Storylines, Connected and Compound Clips PART 1
by shur harewood
Love the tips in dealing with this crazy reinvention called FCP X.

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