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Here is one of those fun discoveries of a new feature in Final Cut Pro that I didn't know about. In Final Cut 7 there is a new feature called Reveal Affiliated Clips in Front Sequence. It is basically the opposite of Reveal Master Clip (shift +F). Where as Reveal Master Clip highlights the location of a clip in the File Browser from the Timeline, Reveal Affiliated Clips in Front  Sequence highlights the location of a clip in the Timeline, by right-clicking a clip in the File Browser, and choosing Reveal Affiliated Clips in Front Sequence.   I know there have been times that I gave a clip in the File Browser a color label to see it in the Timeline. This is a much more effective process.

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Be sure not to confuse either one of these functions with Match Frame, which can be on of the most powerful editing tools of them all.

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