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[. . . ] Final Cut Pro X User Guide KKApple Inc. Copyright © 2012 Apple Inc. Your rights to the software are governed by the accompanying software license agreement. The owner or authorized user of a valid copy of Final Cut Pro software may reproduce this publication for the purpose of learning to use such software. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted for commercial purposes, such as selling copies of this publication or for providing paid for support services. [. . . ] Every compound clip in the Timeline has a “parent” compound clip in the Event Browser. Event clips Parent compound clip Project 1 Project 2 Project 3 Child clip Child clips Child clip •• When you edit the contents of any compound clip, you are in fact editing the parent compound clip from the Event Browser. Any changes you make to the compound clip are inherited by all of its child clips. For example, if you delete a title clip from the contents of a parent compound clip, the title clip is deleted from all child clips. You can create an independent compound clip from an existing compound clip. For example, you might have a compound clip of a standard title sequence for your TV or podcast series. You can create unique (independent) instances of the compound clip for each episode without affecting other instances of the title sequence. Note:  Compound clips in Final Cut Pro X provide all the functionality of the nested sequence feature in Final Cut Pro 7, with more flexibility and ease of use. Chapter 11    Advanced editing 257 Create and break apart compound clips You can create a compound clip from existing clips in the Timeline or the Event Browser, or you can create a new, empty compound clip in the Event Browser and add clips to it in the Timeline. You can also break a compound clip into its component parts in the Timeline, so that the items are no longer grouped. Create a compound clip from existing clips 1 Select one or more clips in the Timeline or the Event Browser. The selected clips can be any combination of contiguous or noncontiguous clips, compound clips, primary storyline clips, or connected clips. 2 Do one of the following: •• •• Choose File > New Compound Clip (or press Option-G). Control-click the selection and choose New Compound Clip from the shortcut menu. Note:  When you add a compound clip to the Timeline or create a compound clip from existing clips in the Timeline, you create a direct and active relationship between a parent compound clip in the Event Browser and the child compound clip in the Timeline. If the parent clip doesn't already exist in the Event Browser, Final Cut Pro creates one automatically. When you edit the contents of a compound clip (for example, by trimming or adding effects to clips within the compound clip) you are in fact editing all instances of that compound clip, including the parent compound clip in the Event Browser. Chapter 11    Advanced editing 258 The way clips are grouped within the compound clip depends on where you selected the clips: •• If you selected clips in an event: Final Cut Pro creates a new compound clip in the event (in addition to the selected clips) and places duplicates of the selected clips in the new compound clip horizontally, in the order in which you selected them. (For further instructions on creating a compound clip in the Event Browser, see “Create an empty compound clip, ” below. ) Selected clips in the Event Browser New compound clip Compound clip contents Chapter 11    Advanced editing 259 •• If you selected clips in the Timeline: Final Cut Pro places the selected clips in the new compound clip exactly as they are laid out in the Timeline. The new compound clip inherits the frame size and frame rate of the current Timeline. Selected clips in the Timeline New compound clip Compound clip contents Create an independent compound clip from an existing compound clip 1 Select a compound clip in the Timeline. Final Cut Pro creates a new parent compound clip in the Event Browser. This command breaks the relationship between the selected compound clip in the Timeline and its original parent compound clip (as well as any child clips of the original parent clip, in all projects). Note:  You can also select multiple clips in step 1 and Final Cut Pro will make one or more parent clips, depending on the existing parent clip references. Create an empty compound clip You can create new, empty compound clips and then add clips to them. Each compound clip can be considered a mini project, with its own distinct project properties. 1 In the Event Library, select an event to which you want to add the compound clip. In the window that appears, type a name for the compound clip in the Name field. Chapter 11    Advanced editing 260 3 Click Use Custom Settings to further customize settings for your compound clip. [. . . ] Vectorscope  A video scope in Final Cut Pro that shows the distribution of color in your image on a circular scale. The Vectorscope is useful for comparing the hue and intensity of colors between two clips for the purposes of color correction. Video Animation Editor  You can show the Video Animation Editor for clips in the Timeline to adjust effect parameters, create fade-ins or fade-outs, or change effects over time using keyframes. Viewer  When you play clips selected in the Event Browser and the Timeline, they appear in the Viewer. [. . . ]

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