To get started with Final Cut Pro X, you’ll need to import your video footage into the app. There are a number of options that control how Final Cut Pro handles footage, and you’ll see the most efficient way possible in this lesson.
How to Import Video Footage into Final Cut Pro X
In this video, you’ll learn more about creating Libraries, importing your footage into libraries, and using external drives to keep your video footage available across multiple computers.
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