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Conflict Error in Final Cut Pro

The most common occurance of this error is when there is a conflict based on synced clips. First, lock all the tracks (including audio tracks) below the track you are trying to trim on. This may eliminate the problem.

If you are experiencing the error 'a conflict occurred during a trim operation' in Final Cut Pro when you are changing a clip's speed, I would also consider deleting the FCP preferences to see if it clears up the conflict. If you are in the middle of a project, sometimes applying the speed change to the audio of the clip as well as the video will solve the problem. This is not a very consistent error for this execution in FCP, so when you have the chance, deleting the preferences could help.

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