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Creating Subclips in Final Cut Pro

Manually creating subclips from a large captured file can help you manage the footage you will be using in your Final Cut Pro sequence. After you have created subclips, you can edit them into your sequence the same as you would any other clip. After you have practiced this procedure, check out "Using Markers To Save Time In Final Cut Pro" for another effective way to manage large captured files.

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1 Double click on the clip so it will open in the Viewer Window.

2 Set an In and an out point designating the subclip you wish to make.

3 Press Command U or go to Modify > Make Subclip and the subclip will be placed in the Browser Window.

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