Navigating in the Timeline in Final Cut Pro
Learn various navigation tools including timecode, the snapping tool, zooming and scrolling, adjusting clip size, and locating source files.
43. How to Navigate Within Your Project in Final Cut Pro
Final Cut Pro makes it easy to navigate throughout your project! In this video tutorial, we'll show you some awesome shortcuts for moving your playhead throughout the timeline.
44. How to Navigate Using Timecode in Final Cut Pro
Not sure how to open a project in Final Cut Pro? We’ve got the answer for you! In this video tutorial, we’ll teach you how to locate and open a project you’ve created.
45. How to Use the Snapping Tool in Final Cut Pro
If you're not already using the snapping tool in Final Cut Pro, it's soon to be a favorite! In this video tutorial, we'll show you how the snapping tool works, how to turn it on, and how you can use it to save time while editing.
46. How to Locate the Source for Your Project Clip in Final Cut Pro
You’ll most likely need to reuse source media multiple times, and it can get difficult to find files when working on large projects in Final Cut Pro. In this video tutorial, we’ll show you a quick and easy method to locate the source of a file on the
timeline via the Browser or the Finder.
47. How to Zoom and Scroll in Your Timeline in Final Cut Pro
Sometimes you just need to take a closer look at your Final Cut Pro project, and that’s where the zoom tool comes in. In this video tutorial, we’ll show you how to zoom in and out with keyboard shortcuts. You'll also learn how to scroll across the timeline.
48. How to Work With Markers in Final Cut Pro
Need to mark a specific point in your timeline to go back to later? Final Cut Pro has a handy tool for this! In this video tutorial, we’ll show you how to add markers, edit them, and switch to different types of markers.
49. How to Adjust Clip Appearance in the Timeline in Final Cut Pro
Depending on what you're working on in the Final Cut Pro timeline, sometimes you'll want to see huge video thumbnails, and other times you'll want to see the largest audio waveforms possible. In this video tutorial, we'll show you how to adjust the appearance
of clips in your timeline so you can prepare for any situation.