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From Still to Motion: Editing DSLR Video with Final Cut Pro X by Robbie Carman, Abba Shapiro, Richard Harrington

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Filtering Clips

Now that you’ve taken the time to organize your footage into events, apply keywords and ratings, and analyze your footage, you have a lot of information to work with. Learning how to use the Filter commands will give you greater control while editing.

Search for Clips By Clip Names and Notes

Located at the top of the Events Library is the search field. This is a useful way to search for clips by name or by any notes you’ve added. Simply select one or more events you want to search in the Event Library (Command-click for multiple events). Then in the search field enter a text string you want to search for. To remove a search, just click the small x at the right of the field.

Search for Clips By a Combination of Criteria

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