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From iMovie to Final Cut Pro

So, you've gotten your feet wet as an editor in iMovie and now you're ready to venture out into Final Cut Pro and push your creativity to the next level! With that being said, you have already fiddled around with some very interesting project concepts within iMovie and now you want to move those elements over into FCP to see if they could be as provocative as you think they can be!

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Opening an iMovie Project in Final Cut Pro:

1. In FCP, choose File then open.

2. Choose the iMovie project you want to open in the dialog box. The project will then open in the browser containing the sequence and clips.

3. Double-click the sequence to open the iMovie project in the Timeline.

4. Render the sequence.

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