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Screen Shots with Mac OSX for Final Cut Pro



Taking Screen Shots to be used in Final Cut Pro is a common practice for many. To take a screen shot of the full screen is done by using the Command, Shift, and 3 keys. To select just a section of the screen use Command, Shift, and 4 keys, and click and drag over the desired area. One more way to take a screen shot is to use the Command, Shift, and 4 keys like you would to do a screen shot of an area. After using the Command, Shift, and 4 keys, you hit the spacebar, and you will see a camera appear. the camera becomes your cursor, and whatever window you park over, and then click on, will be copied.

Regardless of what method you use, the screen shot appears as a .png on the desktop. These screen shots/.png's are now ready to be used in Final Cut Pro just like any other image.
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