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Jeff: December 2008 Archives

Holding down the Apple/Command key will allow you to select multiple files, and Final Cut Pro will respect the order you select the files. I learned this by mistake, but if playing poker has taught me anything, it's that sometimes it is better to be lucky than good.  After recently making a post on how to use the large icon view in the File Browser of Final Cut Pro to create a story edit, I discovered that the same can be accomplished in the Finder.
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