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An explanation of what those darn sprocket holes are.
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Hey guys, emix77, I have got a really quick tip here. Somebody emailed me and wanted to know something about their final cut express and it is about their viewer window which is right here. Let me load the clip into the viewer. They noticed that the timeline underneath the viewer has these little sprocket holes. They said sometimes, it has these sprocket holes and sometimes it does not. I want to tell you why. It is easy. When you double click a clip that is in the timeline, it will fold into the viewer and it will have these sprocket holes. This means you are working on a clip that is in your timeline and you are going to affect the movie you are editing but now, if I double click the same clip, up here in the movie browser, it will load that clip into the viewer also but if you notice, there is sprocket holes so what this means is I can edit that movie clip and it would not change the movie I am editing on the timeline so that is just a real quick tip guys. I hope it helped you out and we will see you next time.