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In Final Cut Pro we have video generators, text objects, and other Production elements that we can manipulate. Often these elements take a while to get to the point we use them. We then may have to do it all over again in the next project, or we open 3 projects to get the different elements we need for our current project.

project_elements.gifAnother option is to create a master Production Elements project, and keep it open all the time. This way you won't have to be constantly recreating the different elements for your projects. Anytime you need one of these production elements you simply select the Production Elements project tab and bring it into your project. Many of these elements may need a little adjustment. For example a text element may need different text, but the color, shadow, size, and font are all set.


You can also add a folder in the Finder, and keep frequently used files, like your studio logo, or your clients logos, in the Production Elements project. They will simply be pointing at the folder.
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