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Re: FCPX & Resolve

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Brad Hurley
Re: FCPX & Resolve
on Aug 27, 2019 at 12:09:33 am

Resolve has a FCPX-like filmstrip viewer, available in either the Media tab or the Edit tab, you just have to enable it. In the Media Pool on the edit page, click on the three dots (ellipsis) to the right of the search icon (magnifying glass) and you'll see an option to view the filmstrip. You can skim through it just as you can with FCPX.

You can set in and out points on any clip and create a subclip (type option-b) to export portions of a clip. That's the closest you'll get to FCPX's "favorites" feature.

The only drag with subclips is that they don't include handles -- the in/out markers are the in/out of the subclip. If you want handles, you have to either get into the habit of setting your in/outs a bit wider than what you actually need, or you can adjust them afterward in the clip attributes (but that's a bit tedious).

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