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Storyboarding In Final Cut Pro

Having the ability to create a visual map of the shots you want to lay down, storyboarding, can be very advantageous for an editor. Don't worry, if you're not a polished, free-hand sketch artist or don't want to invest in storyboard creation software, Final Cut Pro provides a quick and easy solution.

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Creating a Storyboard In Final Cut Pro

- Go to your bin that contains all of the clips that you want to use for your sequence and either control click or right click in a grey area and choose View As Medium Icons in the contextual menu. Enlarge your bin view so that you can see all of your clips. Now you have a visual representation of the action conatained in each of those clips.

- Either control click or right click in a grey area again in that same browser window and choose Arrange > By Name in the contextual menu. All your clips will be put in alphabetical order, making it easier for you to find the action that you desire (If you have labled descriptively).

- Start selecting the order of the clips from left to right in preparation for your sequence edit.

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