SALE TODAY: Learn Piano on iOS http://bit.ly/PianoAppSale Separating your clips between a Favorites category and a Rejects category is a new feature in Final Cut Pro X. This feature can really come in handy when you have a lot of clips you're working with and you need a good way to keep track of the takes you want to keep and the outtakes that you don't want to include in the final cut. In the bar that separates the Event Library?and Browser windows from the Timeline?window are three icons. Each icon represents a different function: * Pressing the Green Star with a clip selected in the Browser will mark that clip as a Favorite. * Pressing the Hollow Star will remove a rating from a selected clip. * Pressing the Red X will mark a clip as a Reject. Marking a clip as a Favorite will create a green bar above the clip in the Browser window to let you know that it has been categorized as a Favorite.? Marking a clip as a Reject will create a red bar above the clip in the Browser window. *Another way to remove a rating from a clip is to right-click on it in the Browser window and choose Reject or Unmark from the menu that appears. Clicking on the drop down menu in the top left corner of the Browser window will also give you a few more options related to the sorting and organizing of your clips. From this menu, you can choose to view All Clips, Hide Rejected clips, show only Favorites, show only Rejects or show only clips with No Ratings or Keywords. Read more by visiting our page at: http://www.mahalo.com/courses/master-final-cut-pro-x/importing-and-organizing-clips/favorite-and-reject-clips//
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