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This tutorial teaches two methods for quickly and easily adding transitions to multiple cuts in Final Cut Pro.
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Hey everybody, this is Ray the Video Guy here with another tip for Final Cut Pro. Today, I'm going to talk about adding transitions throughout your video in one simple action. And the way we're going to do that is in the latest version of Final Cut. If you highlight all the videos that are in your sequence and you hit Apple+T for Transition. You will automatically get your default transition on every single cut in your video including the open and the close and that's a simple way to do it and I know may of you who use Final Cut are probably thinking well duh.
But, there are many of you who may not know that trick and this could be a big help for you. Now, if you have an older version of Final Cut that doesn't do that for you, there is a solution for you and I'm going to show you that right now as well. Same thing you've got your pieces in the time line here, you going to go to the beginning of your video, highlight all of your clips and you're going to take them and you're going to drag them over and drop them on the overwrite with transition and the same effect, you have transitions throughout your video, except of course on the end you have to add one yourself.
But that's a quick simple tip for adding transitions throughout your video, hope you can use it. If you want more tips or to watch the Video TV program, simply ahead over to www.iwantvideo.tv.