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Using Color Labels in Final Cut Pro

In Final Cut Pro there are five colors that we can Label with. Whether it's clips or sequences, it can be very helpful to have a color code to your organization. Constantly scanning your Browser gets old, and this is a great way to make that process go smoother.

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You can apply the different color codes by using the Command + Option +2,3,4,5, or 6, & Command + Option + 1 to remove a color code. You can set up what each color designates in the Label tab of the User Preferences. Until you have your colors memorized, you can go to the Modify menu, and choose  Label. This will show you the various colors, what they designate, and the keyboard shortcut to execute them is. 
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