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Using the Mac OSX Character Viewer in Final Cut



When working in Final Cut, there are plenty of times when you need a unique character to use in your project. If you go into the System Preferences, and choose the keyboard category, you can check the box that will give you access to the Character Viewer from the Menu Bar.

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Once you have opened the Character Viewer, you can isolate a character you wish to use in your Final Cut project, or any application that uses text. I have inserted Character Viewer characters into Facebook posts before. With your desired character highlighted in the Character Viewer, all you need to do is highlight the location that the text goes in Final Cut, a text item for example, and then select Insert at the lower right corner of the Character Viewer.


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