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We all have favorite transitions and filters and effects that we constantly use from project to project in Final Cut Pro.  Why not make it easy on yourself and put all of those favorites into one easily accessible place?  Create a Sub Bin for exactly that purpose.  You will work more efficiently, save time, and not have to scroll around in a menu to find them.

Organizing Transitions and Filters into Sub Bins:

1.  Within the Browser window, select the project's tab.

2.  Create a new Bin by going to File > New Bin and give it a unique name.

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3.  Within the Browser, click on the Effects tab and drag it from the Browser, and release it.

4.  With the Effects Tab now open in its own separate window, drag the new bin you just created to the favorites folder located in the Effects window

5.  Drag your favorite transitions and filters into the new bin.

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