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Final Cut Pro X 103 - Core Training: Advanced Editing Masterclass.
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Which of the following is not a reason to create a secondary storyline:
To combine a group of clips to use in an alternative project
To apply transitions between connected clips
To move a group of cutaways as a single item
To create a backup of an edit you like
The Precision Editor is used to:
Ripple or roll an edit while seeing the surrounding source footage
Slip or Slide a clip while seeing the surrounding source footage
Pick an audition selection with frame accuracy.
Audition a clip while seeing the surrounding source footage
"Trim Start" means?
All of the answers are correct
Trimming the Outgoing clip
The beginning of a Trim Operation
Moving the Start point of a clip to the playhead
The difference between a Secondary Storyline and a Compound clip is:
A Secondary Storyline can only be created in the Browser
Only one of the two can contain a transition effect
A Secondary Storyline can be used in more than one project
A Compound Clip can contain both connected clips as well as clips in the primary storyline
How do you change picks in an Audition?
All of the answers are correct
Open the audition window and click on the pick you want
Choose Next Pick from the Audition menu
Press Control-Option-Left Arrow
Cut on Action means:
Making edits when the director calls "Cut"
Making edits when the director calls "Action"
Making edits while movement is happening within the frame
Cutting on the musical beats
What is a secondary storyline?
An alternative project edit
A second timeline in a single story
A group of connected clips grouped together
A group of clips collected in the Event
Which of the following is not a way to Trim an edit?
Which of the following does not happen when you ripple an edit?
No gap is created
One clip gets shorter or longer
All clips change duration
The project changes duration
Auditions are a way to:
Compare different sound files
Compare different takes of a shot in the Timeline
Compare different versions of a project
Compare different actors in a scene
Final Cut Pro X 103
Core Training: Advanced Editing Masterclass
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