Browser Basics – Final Cut Pro Screencast

The least exciting area of the Final Cut Pro interface is the lowly Browser. Everyone knows the basics, but did you know ⌘4 is the keyboard shortcut to make it the active window?

Did you know you can cycle through view options with ⇧H and you can copy a clip from one bin to another by Option-dragging or by using the keyboard shortcut ⌥D?

I always encourage my students to think like a Certified Pro. They may always create a new Bin by typing ⌘B, but they also need to know the other ways to accomplish the same task.

This short screencast will hopefully approach the Browser with that mindset. Expect to see a few more on a variety of topics. I’ll share them with my students and I’ll share them here.

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