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Assembling clips, even trimming them in iMovie is transferable to Final Cut. By exporting a XML from iMovie, and opening it in Final Cut, will give you an updated sequence that will have the same edits. This is a great tool for a producer to rough in a project, and then bring in a senior editor with a Final Cut system to finalize the project.

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If you are doing serious professional editing, you will be using Final Cut. The fact that iMovie integrates with Final Cut is all the more reason to make sure if you are using Final Cut, that you are using it effectively. GeniusDV training is what separates you from everyone else.

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