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Aaron Neitz
Shift+F in Smoke to drag/copy - what's FCP hotkey equivalent?
on May 27, 2010 at 2:52:12 pm

On the editdesk to drag a copy form your in/out with the Smoke Hotkeys is Shift+F. According to the Hoykey reference guide, Shift+C is the equivalent in the FCP hotkeys. But it doesn't work.

Anyone figure it out?

I searched in the Hotkey manager and couldn't find the command to boot.



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Erwan Le Cloirec
Re: Shift+F in Smoke to drag/copy - what's FCP hotkey equivalent?
on May 28, 2010 at 1:33:37 pm

Just press C when you have a In/Out points in your clip, it will copy the In/out segment.
Alt+X to remove In/Out inside the clip.
Hope it will help you.

Erwan


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Aaron Neitz
Re: Shift+F in Smoke to drag/copy - what's FCP hotkey equivalent?
on May 29, 2010 at 6:38:56 pm

Sorry Erwan, C copies the clip in it's entirety. If you in/out selected it will keep those marks in the copied clip.

I'm looking for the equivalent to Shift+F (the Smoke hotkey for 'Drag Copy Clip (In to Out)'





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Scott Davis
Re: Shift+F in Smoke to drag/copy - what's FCP hotkey equivalent?
on May 31, 2010 at 1:55:49 pm

Aaron, I think what you are asking for is called a subclip in FCP which is command-U.

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Aaron Neitz
Re: Shift+F in Smoke to drag/copy - what's FCP hotkey equivalent?
on May 31, 2010 at 7:59:06 pm

I'm asking about how to do it in Smoke.





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