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  • Sat, Feb 5 2011 10:54 PM

    • dfiasco
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    loading Timeline clips back into the Source monitor

    hello,

    Is there a way, besides hitting the Match Frame button, to load a clip that you've already placed in the Timeline back into the Source Monitor? It always seems to be the seemingly simple things that stump me!

    Thanks for your help.

  • Sat, Feb 5 2011 11:00 PM In reply to

    Re: loading Timeline clips back into the Source monitor

    1) Double click the clip in the bin. Alt double click the clip in bin to display it in a separate pop-up window.

    2) Drag the clip from the bin to the source monitor

     

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  • Sat, Feb 5 2011 11:32 PM In reply to

    • dfiasco
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    Re: loading Timeline clips back into the Source monitor

    Thanks Larry. I know how to load clips from the bin - I'm specifically wondering if there's a way to go right from the clip in the Timeline to the Source monitor (i.e. double-clicking it).

  • Sat, Feb 5 2011 11:42 PM In reply to

    Re: loading Timeline clips back into the Source monitor

    Well, that's exactly what the match frame function does for you. With a single click, it not only loads the clip into the source monitor, it automatically adds a mark in at the point where your blue position bar is on that clip in the timeline. Great way to re-establish sound sync. Further, reverse match frame mapped to the source monitor will find that clip in the timeline.

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  • Sat, Feb 5 2011 11:43 PM In reply to

    Re: loading Timeline clips back into the Source monitor

    Assuming you have Match Frame mapped to the KB mind me asking what you want to achieve that 1 match frame keystroke does not?

  • Sun, Feb 6 2011 12:25 AM In reply to

    • dfiasco
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    Re: loading Timeline clips back into the Source monitor

    Thanks, both of you. I'm not necessarily trying to achieve anything, I was just wondering if there was another way of doing the same thing, or if Match Frame was the way to go. That answers my question!

  • Sun, Feb 6 2011 12:33 AM In reply to

    Re: loading Timeline clips back into the Source monitor

    You're quite welcome. We're here to help.

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  • Fri, Apr 19 2013 12:55 AM In reply to

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    Re: loading Timeline clips back into the Source monitor

    Hi Larry. Thank you for being so helpful and so knowledgeable. 

    Match frame is great when it comes to load a clip back in the source monitor. But the clip I want to load has an effect applied (color effect) and I want to see it in the source monitor with the effect already applied. Is there any way to load it with its effect in the source monitor?

    Thank you so much. 

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  • Fri, Apr 19 2013 1:17 AM In reply to

    Re: loading Timeline clips back into the Source monitor

    Hi Martin:

    Afraid not, at least not the way you can apply effects on the source side in FCP. The workarounds would be either (A) create a sub-sequence of just that clip and load the sub-sequence in the source monitor or (B) do a video mixdown of the clip with it's effect.

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  • Fri, Apr 19 2013 3:06 AM In reply to

    Re: loading Timeline clips back into the Source monitor

    You can do what you want FX and all..mark in an out around the desired clips with the respective tracjs highlihjted, and hit option c..presto. in the source moniter and you can repatch at will. 

     

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  • Fri, Apr 19 2013 4:00 AM In reply to

    Re: loading Timeline clips back into the Source monitor

    The way I do it is select the clip and then hit Alt-Cmd-C. That loads my selection into the Source monitor.

    Hope that helps. 

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  • Fri, Apr 19 2013 6:57 AM In reply to

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    Re: loading Timeline clips back into the Source monitor

    Thank you everybody. I remembered something + C but what I tried wasn't successful. Thank you very much for you quick responses.

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  • Fri, Apr 19 2013 11:05 AM In reply to

    Re: loading Timeline clips back into the Source monitor

    Martin:

    Mark the region on the sequence and then CMD + OPTION + c to copy it as a sub-sequence to the source window.

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  • Fri, Apr 19 2013 5:54 PM In reply to

    • Martin V
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    Re: loading Timeline clips back into the Source monitor

    Thank you Larry. I'll do that.

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  • Mon, Nov 18 2013 7:48 AM In reply to

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    Re: loading Timeline clips back into the Source monitor

    Well, unfortunately match frame doesn't do "exactly" this. Because it doesn't retain the clip's in and out points.

    If it did you could effectively set your subclips in your timeline by doing a string out and nipping out all the rubbish then load each of the remaining clips into the source monitor and make them subclips from there. But it appears you can only make sub-sequences this way.

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