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If you have an Apple Mighty Mouse, you may not realize there are actually four buttons that you can configure.  You can do this under the System Preferences Menu.

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Configure the Mighty Mouse so it works with left and right clicking.  Final Cut Pro contains so many contextual menu elements that are accessible by right-clicking the mouse or Ctrl-clicking. You will see, that just by changing the right button to secondary, a whole new world of menu options will be available to you.  Also, you should adjust the speed of your mouse to fit your specific screen resolution.  For large display screens, set the tracking speed to Fast.  This will help when you're navigating over long screen distances within Final Cut.

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Check out this tip that Mickey had to utilize that 4th button on the Mighty Mouse.

So many self-taught editors miss out on some of these really easy set-up tips; schedule a class today and you can learn how to be more efficient and improve your workflow!


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