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Using the Nudge function in Final Cut Pro



Making position adjustments with keyboard commands is a great way to make finite adjustments to clips in the Canvas. Just like making adjustments to the center position in the Motion Tab. Using one of the arrow keys with the Option key will "nudge" the highlighted clip in the direction of the arrow. By modifying the nudge function with the Command key, it will reduce the amount of the nudge to 10%. When using the nudge function you must be in Image

A great time to use the nudge function is when adjusting the position titles or graphics. Anytime you can use a keyboard command in place of mousing around the interface, you are editing efficiently. To become most efficient you should take Final Cut Training from GeniusDV. Contact us today to learn more about the options available to you.

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