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Re: My Demagnetized FCPX with Tracks

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Dave GageRe: My Demagnetized FCPX with Tracks
by on May 1, 2012 at 2:03:24 am

Jim,

[Jim Giberti] "I can email you a project folder which is a template I made of it."

Yes, that would be great. You can send it to: webmaster3(at)harmonicalessons(dot)com

[Jim Giberti] "I'm sure you know this, but these are a few things to make sure you defeat magnetism when you want to:

-Use Trim Tool in Secondaries to trim adjacent clips without affecting timeline.
-Use P Tool in Secondaries to adjust clips individually without moving other clips.
-Use P Tool to create L and J cuts in Primary.
-Shift Delete to Lift clip while keeping other clips in place in either Primary or Secondaries."


I'm primarily a musician and web guy and have been busy with non-video projects for about six weeks, so the reminder is helpful. The closest I've gotten to video in the last month or so is reading the two FCPX Cow forums. I'm actually fine with using the default magnetic scheme, but I find your workaround very cool and I'd like to play with it the next time I fire up the program.

Thanks,
Dave


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