How to Move Clips Without Dragging in Final Cut Pro

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Just because you want to move clips around doesn't mean you have to physically drag them. Move clips without dragging in Final Cut Pro with help from an experienced editor in this free video clip.

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Hi. My name is Zach, and today I'm going to show you how to move clips in Final Cut Pro without dragging them. Well there's just about probably three options that I'm going to show you today and the first one is going to be with the option key. So you're going to select a clip, and then you're going to press option left and that will move it one frame at a time. Let's say I go a little bit too far. I can press option again and then right and it will move it back one clip at a time. The second way that you can do it is actually using the left bracket or the right bracket. The left bracket moves it to the left one frame at a time and the right bracket moves it to the right one frame at a time. And also if you like to move four frames at a time, you can hold the shift button and the right bracket moves it right four frames and left bracket moves it left four frames. My name is Zach, and I just taught you how to move clips in Final Cut Pro without dragging them.

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