# Fcp Practice Exam 1

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• 1.

### What is the shortcut to make a freeze frame?

• A.

Option F

• B.

Shift F

• C.

Control M

• D.

Shift N

D. Shift N
Explanation
The shortcut to make a freeze frame is Shift N.

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• 2.

### To change the space between the scrolling credits, you modify what?

• A.

Origin

• B.

Gap

• C.

Space

• D.

Fixed width

B. Gap
Explanation
To change the space between the scrolling credits, you modify the "gap". The gap refers to the distance or empty space between each credit as they scroll. By adjusting the gap, you can control the amount of space between the credits, allowing you to make them closer together or further apart depending on your preference.

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• 3.

### A mutliclip can contain up to how many angles?

128
Explanation
A multiclamp can contain up to 128 angles.

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• 4.

### How many can be viewed at once?

16
Explanation
The question is asking about the number of things that can be viewed at once. The answer given is 16, which means that 16 things can be viewed simultaneously.

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• 5.

### Which of the following can you set your multclip sync to? (select all that apply)

• A.

In

• B.

Out

• C.

Duration

• D.

Timecode

A. In
B. Out
D. Timecode
Explanation
You can set your multclip sync to "in", "out", and "timecode". "In" refers to the starting point of a clip, "out" refers to the ending point of a clip, and "timecode" refers to the specific time position of a clip in the timeline.

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• 6.

### To see the opacity line in your clip in the sequence, turn on what?

• A.

Clip overlays

• B.

Clilp keyframes

• C.

Clip waveforms

• D.

Clip opacity

A. Clip overlays
Explanation
To see the opacity line in your clip in the sequence, you need to turn on clip overlays. This feature allows you to view the opacity line, which represents the transparency or visibility of the clip. By enabling clip overlays, you can easily adjust and manipulate the opacity of the clip within the sequence.

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• 7.

### Which edit type automatically adjusts clip speed? (select all that apply)

• A.

Superimpose

• B.

Overwrite

• C.

Insert

• D.

Fit to fill

• E.

Replace

D. Fit to fill
Explanation
The edit type "fit to fill" automatically adjusts the clip speed. This means that if a clip is shorter or longer than the desired duration, the edit will automatically speed up or slow down the clip to fit the specified duration. This is a useful tool when trying to match the timing of different clips or when trying to fit a clip into a specific time frame.

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• 8.

### Which edit type uses only the playhead and no in or out points? (select all that apply)

• A.

Superimpose

• B.

Overwrite

• C.

Insert

• D.

Fit to fill

• E.

Replace

A. Superimpose
E. Replace
Explanation
Superimpose and replace are the edit types that use only the playhead and no in or out points. Superimpose refers to overlaying one video or image onto another, while replace involves replacing one clip with another in its entirety. Both of these edit types do not require setting any specific in or out points, as they directly replace or overlay the existing content at the playhead position.

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• 9.

### When you have red numbers at the start of the clip in the sequence what are your options when control clicking on them from the audio portion of the timeline? (select all that apply)

• A.

Move into sync

• B.

Join through edit

• C.

Slip into sync

• D.

Mark as in sync

A. Move into sync
C. Slip into sync
Explanation
When you have red numbers at the start of the clip in the sequence and you control click on them from the audio portion of the timeline, your options include moving the clip into sync and slipping the clip into sync.

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• 10.

### What tool is this?

• A.

Slip

• B.

Slide

• C.

Ripple

• D.

Roll

D. Roll
Explanation
This question is asking for the name of a tool, and the correct answer is "roll". Based on the options provided, "roll" is the most suitable answer as it is a tool used for various purposes like rolling dough, rolling paint onto walls, or rolling out carpet. It is a versatile tool that can be used in different situations and industries.

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• 11.

### What tool is this?

• A.

Slip

• B.

Slide

• C.

Ripple

• D.

Roll

A. Slip
Explanation
This tool is called a slip.

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• 12.

### How long is this clip?

3:40:08
3:40;08
Explanation
The clip is 3 hours, 40 minutes, and 8 seconds long.

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• 13.

### What type of audio is associated with this clip?

mono
Explanation
The audio associated with this clip is mono. Mono refers to monophonic sound, which means that the audio is recorded and played back through a single channel. This means that the sound is not separated into different channels, such as left and right, but is instead combined into a single channel. Mono audio is commonly used in situations where stereo sound is not necessary or available, such as older recordings or certain types of communication systems.

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• 14.

### What display size is the clip in the viewer?

25%
Explanation
The clip in the viewer is displayed at a size of 25%.

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• 15.

### What are the three options for your playhead settings (only separate by a space- no commas or other marks...ex: dog cat horse)

open sync off gang
sync off open gang
gang sync off open
gang open sync off
Explanation
The playhead settings options are "open sync off gang", "sync off open gang", and "gang sync off open". The order in which these options are listed does not matter.

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• 16.

### What audio filter will apply volume adjustments to all selected clips? (select all that apply)

• A.

• B.

• C.

• D.

Explanation
The audio gain adjust filter will apply volume adjustments to all selected clips. This filter allows the user to increase or decrease the volume of the audio in a clip, making it louder or softer. By selecting this filter and adjusting the gain settings, the user can uniformly modify the volume of multiple clips at once.

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• 17.

### What output option do you select to put a specific selection on tape in a specific location?

• A.

Quicktime conversion

• B.

Print to tape

• C.

Edit to tape

• D.

Quicktime movie

C. Edit to tape
Explanation
To put a specific selection on tape in a specific location, the option to select is "edit to tape." This option allows you to transfer the selected content directly to a tape, ensuring that it is placed in the desired location on the tape. It is a suitable choice when you need to transfer edited footage or specific segments to a physical tape for further use or distribution.

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• 18.

### When you select an outgoing edit point, move your playhead to the right and press E, what type of edit are you performing?

extend
Explanation
By selecting an outgoing edit point and moving the playhead to the right, pressing E performs an "extend" edit. This means that the duration of the selected clip is extended, allowing for additional footage to be added to the end of the clip. This can be useful when wanting to include more content or when adjusting the timing of a sequence.

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• 19.

### Which of the following options are available when setting the auto conform options? (select all that apply)

• A.

• B.

Never

• C.

Always

• D.

Scale to sequence size

B. Never
C. Always
D. Scale to sequence size
Explanation
The correct answer is ask, never, always, scale to sequence size. When setting the auto conform options, users have the ability to choose from these four options. The "ask" option allows the software to prompt the user for confirmation before conforming any changes. The "never" option ensures that no automatic conforming takes place. The "always" option automatically conforms any changes without prompting the user. Lastly, the "scale to sequence size" option adjusts the conforming to match the size of the sequence.

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• 20.

### What is the standard sample rate for DV audio clips?

48kHz
48 kHz
48000 Hz
Explanation
The standard sample rate for DV audio clips is 48kHz, which is equivalent to 48,000 Hz. The sample rate refers to the number of samples of audio carried per second, and a higher sample rate generally results in better audio quality. In the case of DV audio clips, the standard sample rate is set at 48kHz, ensuring high-quality audio playback.

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• 21.

### What is the maximum number of audio tracks you can capture?

24
Explanation
The maximum number of audio tracks that can be captured is 24. This means that you can record up to 24 different audio sources simultaneously.

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• 22.

### When exporting a track, which settings will still include audio? (select all that apply)

• A.

When the audio has been solo'ed

• B.

When the audio has been muted

• C.

When the audio has been inaudible'd

A. When the audio has been solo'ed
B. When the audio has been muted
Explanation
When the audio has been solo'ed, it means that only that specific track will be exported with its audio. When the audio has been muted, it means that the audio of that specific track will not be exported. Therefore, both of these settings will still include audio in the exported track.

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• 23.

### Located in your viewer, this generator gives you the ability to use the Motion templates inside Final Cut with limited editing ability.

master templates
Explanation
This generator, known as master templates, is located in your viewer and allows you to utilize the Motion templates within Final Cut. It provides you with limited editing capabilities, enabling you to customize and modify the templates according to your needs.

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• 24.

### To see both the video clip and be able to drag and drop it in the viewer, which setting must be selected?

image + wireframe
image and wireframe
image+wireframe
image & wireframe
Explanation
To see both the video clip and be able to drag and drop it in the viewer, the setting that must be selected is "image + wireframe". This setting allows the user to view both the image and the wireframe simultaneously, enabling them to interact with the video clip by dragging and dropping it in the viewer.

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• 25.

### This setting will change the entire sequence volume with one fader.

master volume
Explanation
This answer is correct because the master volume setting is responsible for controlling the overall volume of the entire sequence. By adjusting the master volume fader, the volume of all tracks and elements within the sequence will be changed simultaneously.

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