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Being able to find your used and unused clips within Final Cut Pro is so important in keeping your clips organized.  To figure out which clips you have used or not used in your sequence:  Select your sequence, then go to Edit > Find and under the For drop down menu, you can choose Unused Media or Used Media.

findfeature.gifOnce you have one of those options selected, click on Find All, and a new window will open showing you either the Used or Unused media in your project.  The Find Results Window Tab can be attached to another window, or the clips can be dragged to another folder or window.

findresults.gifThe Find feature's Find Result Window can also display thumbnail images in Icon mode, just like in the browser, in case you want to see what the clip looks like.

findthumbnails.gifOnce you have figured out your unused media, and you want to get it out of the way, check out this tutorial using the Media Manager to delete your unused media





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