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Creating a Static Region in an FCP Timeline

If you are building a monstrous timeline deep with layers, scrolling up and down to find the layers that you are currently working on can be quite a task. Creating a static region in your timeline will allow you to always keep the tracks that you are working on in front of you, regardless of where you are in the timeline.

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Creating A Static Region

1 Click and hold on the upper thumb tab located within the scroll bar, as you drag upward to create a static area for as many video tracks you would like to have appear in the middle.

2 Click and hold on the lower thumb tab located within the scroll bar, as you drag downward to create a static area for as many audio tracks you would like to have appear in the middle.

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