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Sorting in the Final Cut Pro Browser

The Final Cut Pro Browser will allow you to sort your bins, and their contents in many ways. By default the Browser sorts by name in an ascending order. To cause the alphabetical order to be displayed in descending order, click at the top of the column, in the header. This will redisplay the order of the contents of the Browser in a reversed order.



To sort the contents based on the category of another column, all you need to do is click in the column header you want to sort by, and the contents of the Browser will be sorted by the category of that column. Same as the Name column, if you click the column header again, and you will reverse the order.

A perfect example of when you want to sort by another column category is when you are working with a producer that has come to the edit with a list of timecode of what they want to use. If you have given your clips individual names that when sorted alphabetically cause the Media Start column to be out of order, then you will need to sort the contents of the Browser based on the starting timecode, by clicking the Media Start column header. 

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