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New to Final Cut Pro 7 is the ability to tell the difference between a Project Tab, and a Bin Tab in the File Browser. In past versions you couldn't tell the difference by just looking at them. At GeniusDV we always taught our students to name your project in all capital letters, so you could tell the difference. For those of you still using previous versions of Final Cut Pro, this is still a good workflow. Everyone using Final Cut Pro 7, you can now just look at your tabs, and see the Final Cut clapper to know which tabs are Project Tabs, and which ones are Bins.

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To turn a Bin into a Tab you need only hold down the Option key, and double click on the Bin. This will add a Bin tab to the File Browser vs opening a new Browser window. Also new to Final Cut Pro 7 is when you color code Bins in the File Browser, and then open them as Tabs, the Tab is colored too.




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