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Re: Email Exchange with Randy Ubillos, FCP X Designer

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Chris KennyRe: Email Exchange with Randy Ubillos, FCP X Designer
by on Jun 23, 2011 at 2:07:16 pm

[Michael Pierro] "That doesn't make a lot of sense to me. In the end, regardless of whatever is going on inside the editor's head, the clips in a timeline always relate to eachother by at timecode. Clip A starts at x and ends at y clip B starts at y and ends at z. That is not that hard to get your head around. If they wanted to implement that, I can't imagine it being particularity hard."

This is not how clips outside of the primary storyline work in FCP X. 'Connected clips', for instance, have no direct, fixed relationship to each other; only to storyline clips they're attached to.

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