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Moving Clips By Using Wireframe Handles

In Final Cut Pro, you may find it easier to drag the handles of selected clips within the canvas rather than going to the motion tab and adjusting its parameters. You must be in Image+Wireframe or Wireframe mode to use Wireframe handles.

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Scaling a clip:

1. Select clip in timeline.

2. Within the tool palette, click on the selection tool and either drag a corner handle (to scale the clip and keep its proportions) or Shift drag a corner to scale vertically or horizontally.

Moving a clip:

1. Select clip in timeline.

2. Within the tool palette, click on the selection tool and drag the layer to a new position (partially or completely outside the canvas, if desired).

Rotating clips:

1. Select clip in timeline.

2. Within the tool palette, click on the selection tool and drag any edge of the selected clip's border in a clock-wise or counter-clockwise motion to rotate.

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