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Assigning Labels to Clips in the Browser within FCP

Within Final Cut Pro you can make quick notes for clips, bins and sequences within the browser by assigning labels to them.

No Color: None
Orange: Good Take
Red: Best Take
Blue: Alternate Shots
Purple: Interviews
Green: B-Roll

Assigning a Label to a Clip

1 Select the clips in the Browser that you want to label.

2 Either control click, if you have a one button mouse, or right click, with a two button mouse, on top of one of the selected files and navigate to the Label option, then choose a label. Each of the clips, will be labled with the assigned color and if you pull over the lower right corner off the Browser Window to the right, your clips will be labled accordingly in the Label field.

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Changing Lable Names

Go to Final Cut Pro > User Preferences > Click on the Label tab > Change the name > Click OK.
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