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Changing Your Display Fonts in Final Cut Pro

You CAN change the size of your text or fonts displayed in Final Cut Pro, such as in the Browser, Effects, logging bins, & etc.  It's sad that it's necessary for us older kids, but nonetheless, if you find yourself squinting a lot, or you've run over to the local Walgreens to pick up a pair of +2.0 readers, or if you've been working on your system all day and your eyes are just really tired, maybe trying out this simple little trick will help.
change_font_size.pngIt's as easy as navigating to the View menu, scrolling down to Text Size, and choosing Small, Medium, or Large.

view_text_size.pngOR, you can also change your Browser text size under the Final Cut Pro User Preferences:
browser_text_size.pngSo give it a try, and give your peepers a break!  Be sure to check out our Final Cut Pro class schedule and learn to edit with a contemporary workflow.


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