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  • 1. 

    How do you create a bin inside another bin?

    • A.

      Control-Click a bin and choose new bin from shortcut menu

    • B.

      Click on File>settings>new bin

    • C.

      Right -Click a bin and choose new bin from short cut menu

    • D.

      Left Click a bin and choose new bin from short cut menu

    • E.

      Click on Final Cut Pro and Settings>New bin

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Control-Click a bin and choose new bin from shortcut menu
    C. Right -Click a bin and choose new bin from short cut menu
    Explanation
    You can also go to File-->New-->Bin

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  • 2. 

    What are the four methods you can use to create an overwrite or insert edit?

    • A.

      Click an edit button

    • B.

      Use a keyboard shortcut

    • C.

      Drag a clip from the viewer to the canvas edit overlay.

    • D.

      Drag a clip directly to a track on the timeline

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Click an edit button
    B. Use a keyboard shortcut
    C. Drag a clip from the viewer to the canvas edit overlay.
    D. Drag a clip directly to a track on the timeline
    Explanation
    Edit buttons are the colored buttons in the Canvas window. The keyboard shortcuts for edit can be found under the custom keyboard layout Tools-->Keyboard Layout-->Customize.

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  • 3. 

    What do you use to drag an audio clip from the Viewers Audio tab to the Canvas Edit Overlay or to the Timeline.

    • A.

      Command B

    • B.

      Command A

    • C.

      Drag Hand

    • D.

      Right Mouse click and drag

    • E.

      Command C

    Correct Answer
    C. Drag Hand
    Explanation
    In an audio tab in the viewer window, the drag hand is located to the right of the red x (reset) button. Its icon is a hand over a pointer. 

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  • 4. 

    What are the keyboard shortcuts to zoom in to or out of an area of the Timeline?

    • A.

      Option +

    • B.

      Control -+

    • C.

      Option -

    • D.

      Command +

    • E.

      Command -

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Option +
    C. Option -
    Explanation
    These also work similarly in the viewer and canvas windows.

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  • 5. 

    How do you change the track heights in the Timeline?

    • A.

      Shift T

    • B.

      Command T

    • C.

      Track Height Control

    • D.

      Option T

    • E.

      T

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Shift T
    C. Track Height Control
    Explanation
      This is what the track height control looks like.

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  • 6. 

    How do you target a track in the Timeline?

    • A.

      Drag Source Control to the target destination track

    • B.

      Control Click and then target

    • C.

      Target the appropriate area

    • D.

      Drag and Drop

    • E.

      Click in Browser

    Correct Answer
    A. Drag Source Control to the target destination track
    Explanation
    This is the source control bar.

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  • 7. 

    What controls in the Timeline patch panel turn off or on the video and sound of individual tracks?

    • A.

      Video and Audio Generator

    • B.

      Track visibility controls

    • C.

      Mute

    • D.

      Solo

    • E.

      Timecode

    Correct Answer
    B. Track visibility controls
    Explanation
    These are the track visibility controls.

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  • 8. 

    To select a clip in the Timeline, you click it once. Name two ways to deselect it.

    • A.

      Command-Shift-G

    • B.

      Click in gray area

    • C.

      Click Command-Shift-A

    • D.

      Click Command-A

    • E.

      Command G

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Click in gray area
    C. Click Command-Shift-A
    Explanation
    To deselect a clip in the Timeline, you can either click in the gray area or click Command-Shift-A. Clicking in the gray area outside of the clip will remove the selection, while clicking Command-Shift-A will select all clips and then deselect the current clip.

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  • 9. 

    How do you change a clip's location in the Timeline?

    • A.

      Reinsert in viewer and drag to new location

    • B.

      Cut old clip and replace

    • C.

      Drag the clip

    • D.

      Select the clip and enter a move amount

    • E.

      Command C and Command V

    Correct Answer(s)
    C. Drag the clip
    D. Select the clip and enter a move amount
    Explanation
    To change a clip's location in the Timeline, you can either drag the clip to a new location or select the clip and enter a move amount. Both methods allow you to easily reposition the clip within the Timeline.

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  • 10. 

    What are two ways to turn snapping off or on?

    • A.

      N

    • B.

      Snapping button on timeline

    • C.

      Control N

    • D.

      Command N

    • E.

      Option N

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. N
    B. Snapping button on timeline
    Explanation
    Snapping button looks like this.

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  • 11. 

    When dragging clips from the viewer to the timeline, your pointer changes as you position the clip depending on the type of edit you're making. When you're making an overwrite edit, what type of arrow does your pointer change into? What is it for an insert edit?

    • A.

      Down Arrow - Overwrite

    • B.

      Right Arrow - Insert

    • C.

      Down Arrow - Insert

    • D.

      Right Arrow - Overwrite

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Down Arrow - Overwrite
    B. Right Arrow - Insert
    Explanation
    When making an overwrite edit, the pointer changes to a Down Arrow. This indicates that the clip will be replaced or overwritten in the timeline. On the other hand, when making an insert edit, the pointer changes to a Right Arrow. This indicates that the clip will be inserted into the timeline without replacing any existing clips.

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  • 12. 

    What color is displayed above the timeline timecode ruler to indicate that a clip must be rendered to play in real time?

    • A.

      Blue

    • B.

      Red

    • C.

      Orange

    • D.

      Yellow

    • E.

      Green

    Correct Answer
    B. Red
    Explanation
    The color red is displayed above the timeline timecode ruler to indicate that a clip must be rendered to play in real time. This means that the clip is too complex or requires additional processing power to be played smoothly without any lag or dropped frames. Rendering the clip beforehand will create a preview file that can be played back in real time without any issues.

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  • 13. 

    What color is displayed above the timeline timecode ruler to indicate that a clip that no rendering is required to play a clip in real-time?

    • A.

      Red

    • B.

      Yellow

    • C.

      Dark Grey

    • D.

      Blue-Grey

    • E.

      Dark Green

    Correct Answer
    C. Dark Grey
    Explanation
    Dark Grey is the color displayed above the timeline timecode ruler to indicate that no rendering is required to play a clip in real-time. This color is chosen as it signifies that the clip is ready to be played without any additional processing or rendering.

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  • 14. 

    What color is displayed above the timeline timecode ruler to indicate that a clip is already rendered?

    • A.

      Blue-Gray

    • B.

      Dark Gray

    • C.

      Green

    • D.

      Dark Green

    • E.

      Yellow

    Correct Answer
    A. Blue-Gray
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Blue-Gray. In video editing software, a clip is rendered when it is processed and its effects are applied. The color Blue-Gray is used above the timeline timecode ruler to indicate that a clip has already been rendered. This helps the editor easily identify which clips have been processed and which ones still need rendering.

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  • 15. 

    What color is displayed above the timeline timecode ruler to indicate that a clip will play in real-time but not at full quality?

    • A.

      Red

    • B.

      Blue

    • C.

      Green

    • D.

      Dark Green

    • E.

      Gray

    Correct Answer
    C. Green
    Explanation
    Green is the color displayed above the timeline timecode ruler to indicate that a clip will play in real-time but not at full quality. This color coding system is commonly used in video editing software to provide visual cues to the user. Green signifies that the clip can be played smoothly in real-time, but some quality may be compromised. This could be due to factors such as high-resolution footage or complex effects that require additional processing power.

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  • 16. 

    What color is displayed above the timeline timecode ruler to indicate that a clip can play in real-time but may approximate certain attributes?

    • A.

      Gray

    • B.

      Yellow

    • C.

      Red

    • D.

      Green

    • E.

      Dark Green

    Correct Answer
    B. Yellow
    Explanation
    The color yellow is displayed above the timeline timecode ruler to indicate that a clip can play in real-time but may approximate certain attributes. This means that while the clip can be played without any playback issues, there may be some slight discrepancies or approximations in certain attributes of the clip.

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  • 17. 

    What color is displayed above the timeline timecode ruler to indicate that a clip exceeds the computer's real-time playback capabilities, but can still play if unlimited real-time is selected, although it may drop frames?

    • A.

      Yellow

    • B.

      Red

    • C.

      Dark Gray

    • D.

      Orange

    • E.

      Green

    Correct Answer
    D. Orange
    Explanation
    When a clip exceeds the computer's real-time playback capabilities but can still play if unlimited real-time is selected, it is indicated by the color orange above the timeline timecode ruler. This suggests that although the clip may drop frames, it can still be played with the appropriate settings.

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  • 18. 

    What color is displayed above the timeline timecode ruler to indicate that a clip can be played and output in real-time with no rendering?

    • A.

      Green

    • B.

      Gray

    • C.

      Dark Green

    • D.

      Yellow

    • E.

      Blue

    Correct Answer
    C. Dark Green
    Explanation
    The color displayed above the timeline timecode ruler to indicate that a clip can be played and output in real-time with no rendering is dark green. This color is used to differentiate clips that can be played smoothly without any processing or rendering required.

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  • 19. 

    What is a scratch disk?

    • A.

      Target Destination for all your projects

    • B.

      Target Destination for all your captured media files

    • C.

      Target Destination for all your custom layouts

    • D.

      Target Destination for all your Hot Keys

    • E.

      Target Destination for all your recliped bins

    Correct Answer
    B. Target Destination for all your captured media files
    Explanation
    To access scratch disks go to Final Cut Pro-->System Settings

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  • 20. 

    You can only choose your hard drive as a scratch disk? True or False

    • A.

      Do not choose this answer.

    • B.

      True

    • C.

      False

    Correct Answer
    C. False
    Explanation
    Any disk connected to the computer may be selected. Multiple disks may be selected.

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  • 21. 

    What menu command do you choose to ingest from nontape sources?

    • A.

      Choose File>Log and Capture

    • B.

      Choose File>Import

    • C.

      Choose File>Log and Transfer

    • D.

      Choose Final Cut Pro>User Preference

    • E.

      Choose Final Cut Pro>System Settings

    Correct Answer
    C. Choose File>Log and Transfer
    Explanation
    This is the one we used with the HVX footage. The DSLRs can also import footage in this manner, although we usually avoid this method.

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  • 22. 

    Is extending two edit points most similar to rolling a clip in a sequence without overwriting any other material?

    • A.

      YES

    • B.

      NO

    • C.

      Don't choose me or I will throw a football at you.

    Correct Answer
    A. YES
    Explanation
    The Roll Tool allows you to shift an in and out point on the join of two clips, making one longer and one shorter.

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  • 23. 

    How many clips are affected when applying the Slide tool?

    • A.

      1

    • B.

      2

    • C.

      3

    • D.

      4

    • E.

      5

    Correct Answer
    C. 3
    Explanation
    Performing a slide edit allows you to move a clip’s position in the Timeline between two other clips without creating a gap. The clip’s content and duration remain the same; only its position in the Timeline changes. When you slide a clip, the adjacent clips get longer and shorter to fill any gaps that would normally be created. The combined duration of these three clips does not change, and therefore the sequence’s duration remains unchanged as well.

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  • 24. 

    How do you adjust one track of a linked clip?

    • A.

      Turn off linked selection

    • B.

      Unpairing stereo in file

    • C.

      Hold down option key before clicking the track

    • D.

      Hold down command key before clicking the track

    • E.

      Hold down control key before clicking the track

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Turn off linked selection
    C. Hold down option key before clicking the track
    Explanation
    The linked selection button looks like this.   Shift - L will toggle it on and off.

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  • 25. 

    Which two edit points does the Roll tool adjust?

    • A.

      The ripple tool only effects two edit points

    • B.

      One clip's out point and the adjacent clip's In point.

    • C.

      One clips in and out point and the other clips in and out point

    • D.

      Neither in or out points

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. One clip's out point and the adjacent clip's In point.
    Explanation
    Hit r to choose the rolling tool.

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  • 26. 

    Which two sets of shortcut keys allow you to adjust edit points one frame at a time?

    • A.

      Down Arrow Key

    • B.

      Angle Brackets Keys

    • C.

      K and L Key

    • D.

      [ ] Bracket Keys

    • E.

      Left and Right Arrow Key

    Correct Answer
    D. [ ] Bracket Keys
    Explanation
    The correct answer is the "[ ] Bracket Keys". These shortcut keys allow you to adjust edit points one frame at a time. By pressing the bracket keys, you can move the edit point forward or backward in the timeline, making precise adjustments to the timing of your edits. This can be particularly useful when fine-tuning the synchronization of audio and video or when making precise cuts in your footage.

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  • 27. 

    Which two edit points does the slip tool adjust?

    • A.

      Three points at once

    • B.

      Out only of one clip

    • C.

      In and Out of one clip

    • D.

      In and Out of two clips

    • E.

      In only of one clip

    Correct Answer
    C. In and Out of one clip
    Explanation
    Hit s to choose the slip tool.

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  • 28. 

    What are two ways to access the timeline settings of the active sequence?

    • A.

      Sequence>Settings

    • B.

      File>Settings

    • C.

      Final Cut Pro>User Preferences

    • D.

      Final Cut> Audio Video Settings

    • E.

      Command 0

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Sequence>Settings
    E. Command 0
    Explanation
    Timeline must be selected or a sequence in the browser must be selected for this to work.

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  • 29. 

    How do you find a matching frame to a sequence clip?

    • A.

      Position the playhead over the frame of the sequence clip, and press F.

    • B.

      Position the playhead over the frame of the sequence clip, and press S.

    • C.

      Position the playhead over the frame of the clip in the viewer, and press F.

    • D.

      Position the playhead over the frame of the clip in the canvas, and press C.

    Correct Answer
    A. Position the playhead over the frame of the sequence clip, and press F.
    Explanation
    To find a matching frame to a sequence clip, you need to position the playhead over the frame of the sequence clip and press F. This action will allow you to locate the exact frame within the sequence clip that matches the current playhead position.

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  • 30. 

    What is saved in the Autosave Vault?

    • A.

      Backup copies of your captures video clips.

    • B.

      Backup copies of your keyboard layout.

    • C.

      Backup copies of your project file.

    • D.

      Backup copies of your images and audio files.

    Correct Answer
    C. Backup copies of your project file.
    Explanation
    You can change the frequency of auto-save in Final Cut Pro-->User Preferences.

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  • 31. 

    In what menu can you choose User Preferences?

    • A.

      From the Final Cut Pro menu

    • B.

      From the Sequence menu

    • C.

      From the Timeline

    • D.

      From the Viewer

    Correct Answer
    A. From the Final Cut Pro menu
    Explanation
    You can choose User Preferences from the Final Cut Pro menu. This menu typically contains various options and settings related to the overall functioning and customization of the Final Cut Pro software. User Preferences allow users to personalize their experience by adjusting settings such as display options, keyboard shortcuts, and audio/video preferences. By accessing the User Preferences in the Final Cut Pro menu, users can tailor the software to their specific needs and preferences.

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  • 32. 

    How can you look at detailed information about a single clip or item?

    • A.

      Select the clip, and press Command-9 to open the Item Properties window.

    • B.

      Control-click the clip and choose Item Properties from the shortcut menu

    • C.

      Right-click the clip and choose Item Properties from the shortcut menu

    • D.

      Choose Edit > Item Properties

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Select the clip, and press Command-9 to open the Item Properties window.
    B. Control-click the clip and choose Item Properties from the shortcut menu
    C. Right-click the clip and choose Item Properties from the shortcut menu
    D. Choose Edit > Item Properties
    Explanation
    To look at detailed information about a single clip or item, you can select the clip and press Command-9 to open the Item Properties window. Alternatively, you can control-click or right-click the clip and choose "Item Properties" from the shortcut menu. Another option is to choose "Edit > Item Properties" from the menu. These actions will allow you to access and view the detailed information about the selected clip or item.

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  • 33. 

    What does it mean when a clip has a red slash through the clip icon?

    • A.

      The clip has received a "final cut"

    • B.

      The clip is offline

    • C.

      The clip is broken

    • D.

      The clip is disconnected from its media file

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. The clip is offline
    D. The clip is disconnected from its media file
    Explanation
    Right-click or control-click the clip and select Reconnect Media to find it again or replace a clip.

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  • 34. 

    From what places can you choose a transition effect?

    • A.

      Effects tab in the Canvas

    • B.

      Effects tab in the Browser

    • C.

      Effects menu

    • D.

      Shortcut menu in the Timeline

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Effects tab in the Browser
    C. Effects menu
    Explanation
    You can choose a transition effect from the Effects tab in the Browser or the Effects menu. These options provide a range of transition effects that can be applied to your project. The Effects tab in the Canvas and the Shortcut menu in the Timeline do not offer the ability to choose transition effects.

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  • 35. 

    What are three ways to change the duration of a transition in the Timeline?

    • A.

      Open the Transition Editor and change it in the Duration field

    • B.

      Control-click the transition icon, choose Duration from the shortcut menu, and enter an amount in the Duration window

    • C.

      Choose "Duration" in the System Settings tab

    • D.

      Drag the edge of the transition icon

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Open the Transition Editor and change it in the Duration field
    B. Control-click the transition icon, choose Duration from the shortcut menu, and enter an amount in the Duration window
    D. Drag the edge of the transition icon
    Explanation
    The correct answer is to open the Transition Editor and change it in the Duration field, control-click the transition icon, choose Duration from the shortcut menu, and enter an amount in the Duration window, and drag the edge of the transition icon. These three methods allow users to adjust the duration of a transition in the Timeline. By opening the Transition Editor, users can directly modify the duration value in the Duration field. Control-clicking the transition icon provides a shortcut menu option to select Duration and enter a specific duration. Dragging the edge of the transition icon allows users to visually adjust the duration by extending or shortening the transition length.

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  • 36. 

    How do you open the Transition Editor?

    • A.

      Double-click a video clip

    • B.

      Double-click one side of the icon in a sequence clip

    • C.

      Control-click both sides of the transition icon and choose Open [transition] from the shortcut menu

    • D.

      Control-click one side of the transition icon and choose Open [transition] from the shortcut menu

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Double-click one side of the icon in a sequence clip
    D. Control-click one side of the transition icon and choose Open [transition] from the shortcut menu
    Explanation
    To open the Transition Editor, you can either double-click one side of the icon in a sequence clip or control-click one side of the transition icon and choose Open [transition] from the shortcut menu.

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  • 37. 

    What RT setting should you choose when you want to preview as many effects in your sequence as possible?

    • A.

      Unlimited RT

    • B.

      Dynamic

    • C.

      Limited RT

    • D.

      Ultimate RT

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Unlimited RT
    B. Dynamic
    Explanation
    Unlimited RT and Dynamic are the correct answers for this question. When you want to preview as many effects in your sequence as possible, choosing Unlimited RT allows for real-time playback without any limitations. Dynamic is also a suitable option as it automatically adjusts the RT settings based on the complexity of the effects in your sequence, ensuring smooth playback. Limited RT and Ultimate RT are not ideal choices as they either restrict the real-time playback or provide unnecessary high-performance settings.

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  • 38. 

    What does Option-dragging a clip do?

    • A.

      Option-dragging creates a copy of a sequence clip and repositions the copy in a different location, leaving the original sequence clip in place.

    • B.

      Option-dragging moves a sequence clip to a new location, allowing you to make either an insert or overwrite edit.

    • C.

      Option-dragging cuts a sequence clip from the sequence, allowing it to be pasted at the playhead.

    • D.

      Option-dragging creates a hybrid of every clip the sequence clip is dragged over, changing the order of the sequence but not the overall length.

    Correct Answer
    A. Option-dragging creates a copy of a sequence clip and repositions the copy in a different location, leaving the original sequence clip in place.
    Explanation
    Option-dragging a clip allows the user to create a duplicate of a sequence clip and move it to a different location within the sequence. This action does not affect the original clip, which remains in its original position. This feature is useful when you want to reuse a clip in multiple parts of the sequence without having to manually copy and paste it.

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  • 39. 

    What key allows you to play around the current playhead location?

    • A.

      /

    • B.

      \

    • C.

      [

    • D.

      ]

    Correct Answer
    B. \
    Explanation
    The backslash key "\" allows you to play around the current playhead location.

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  • 40. 

    How do you reposition a clip to an upper Timeline track without moving it horizontally?

    • A.

      Hold down the Shift key as you drag.

    • B.

      Select the clip and press Option-Up Arrow or Option-Down Arrow.

    • C.

      Copy and paste the clip in the new track.

    • D.

      Select the clip and press [ or ].

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Hold down the Shift key as you drag.
    B. Select the clip and press Option-Up Arrow or Option-Down Arrow.
    Explanation
    To reposition a clip to an upper Timeline track without moving it horizontally, you can either hold down the Shift key as you drag the clip, or select the clip and press Option-Up Arrow or Option-Down Arrow. Both of these methods allow you to move the clip vertically to a different track without changing its horizontal position.

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  • 41. 

    How can you disable a single clip in the sequence?

    • A.

      Command-click the clip in the sequence and deselect Clip Enable in the shortcut menu.

    • B.

      Control-click the clip in the sequence and select Clip Enable in the shortcut menu.

    • C.

      Control-click the clip in the sequence and deselect Clip Enable in the shortcut menu.

    • D.

      Command-click the clip in the sequence and select Clip Enable in the shortcut menu.

    Correct Answer
    C. Control-click the clip in the sequence and deselect Clip Enable in the shortcut menu.
    Explanation
    To disable a single clip in the sequence, you can control-click the clip in the sequence and then deselect Clip Enable in the shortcut menu.

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  • 42. 

    What does the RIpple tool do when you use it for trimming?

    • A.

      It rips the content from track to another.

    • B.

      It ripples the trim amount through the unlocked tracks in the sequence.

    • C.

      It trims the content from one track to another.

    • D.

      It snaps to the playhead.

    Correct Answer
    B. It ripples the trim amount through the unlocked tracks in the sequence.
    Explanation
    The Ripple tool, when used for trimming, allows the user to make adjustments to the duration of a clip in a sequence. It automatically ripples the trim amount through the unlocked tracks in the sequence, meaning that any adjacent clips will be affected and adjusted accordingly to maintain the overall timing and synchronization of the sequence. This tool is useful for quickly making changes to the duration of multiple clips without having to manually adjust each one individually.

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  • 43. 

    What does turning off linked selection in the Timeline do?

    • A.

      "Unlinks" the selection.

    • B.

      It makes the clip go dark, disabling it.

    • C.

      It moves the In or Out edit points to the playhead.

    • D.

      It allows you to select and trim one track of a linked clip.

    Correct Answer
    D. It allows you to select and trim one track of a linked clip.
    Explanation
    Turning off linked selection in the Timeline allows you to select and trim one track of a linked clip. When linked selection is turned on, selecting a portion of a clip will automatically select all linked clips on other tracks. However, when linked selection is turned off, you can independently select and trim individual tracks of a linked clip without affecting the other tracks.

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  • 44. 

    What does the replace edit do?

    • A.

      It replaces a sequence clip with a source clip, aligning the Viewer and Timeline playhead positions.

    • B.

      It deletes a source clip with a sequence clip, aligning the Viewer and Timeline playhead positions.

    • C.

      It replaces a source clip with a sequence clip, aligning the Viewer and Timeline playhead positions.

    • D.

      It replaces a sequence clip with a source clip, aligning the Viewer and Canvas playhead positions.

    Correct Answer
    A. It replaces a sequence clip with a source clip, aligning the Viewer and Timeline playhead positions.
    Explanation
    The replace edit function in this context refers to the action of replacing a sequence clip with a source clip. This is done while ensuring that the Viewer and Timeline playhead positions are aligned. In other words, it allows for the seamless substitution of one clip with another, maintaining the correct timing and positioning within the project.

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  • 45. 

    How do you create a subclip from another clip?

    • A.

      Set an In point in the Timeline, then choose Modify > Make Subclip.

    • B.

      Set In and Out points in the clip, then choose Modify > Make Subclip.

    • C.

      Set an In point in the clip, then choose Modify > Make Subclip.

    • D.

      Set In and Out points in the Timeline, then choose Modify > Make Subclip.

    Correct Answer
    B. Set In and Out points in the clip, then choose Modify > Make Subclip.
    Explanation
    To create a subclip from another clip, you need to set In and Out points in the clip, and then choose Modify > Make Subclip. This allows you to select a specific portion of the original clip and create a new subclip from it.

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  • 46. 

    How do you add a color label to a clip, bin, or sequence?

    • A.

      In the Browser, Control-click (or right-click) the item and choose Label, then select a color.

    • B.

      In the Canvas, Control-click (or right-click) the item and choose Label, then select a color.

    • C.

      In the Timeline, Control-click (or right-click) the item and choose Label, then select a color.

    • D.

      In the File Menu, Control-click (or right-click) the item and choose Label, then select a color.

    Correct Answer
    A. In the Browser, Control-click (or right-click) the item and choose Label, then select a color.
    Explanation
    To add a color label to a clip, bin, or sequence in Final Cut Pro, you need to go to the Browser panel. Once you are in the Browser, you can Control-click (or right-click) on the item you want to label and choose the "Label" option. From there, you can select a color for the label. This action allows you to organize and categorize your media files or sequences based on different colors, making it easier to identify and manage them.

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  • 47. 

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

    Correct Answer
    master volume
    Explanation
    This answer is correct because the statement indicates that changing the "master volume" setting will have an impact on the entire sequence volume. This suggests that the "master volume" setting controls the overall volume level for the entire sequence, and it can be adjusted using a single fader.

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  • 48. 

     What tool is this?

    • A.

      Slip

    • B.

      Slide

    • C.

      Ripple

    • D.

      Roll

    Correct Answer
    D. Roll
    Explanation
    This question is asking to identify a tool, and the correct answer is "roll". However, without any additional context or information, it is difficult to provide a specific explanation for why "roll" is the correct answer. It could be a tool used for various purposes such as cooking, crafting, or construction. Without further information, the exact nature or function of the tool cannot be determined.

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  • 49. 

     What tool is this?

    • A.

      Slip

    • B.

      Slide

    • C.

      Ripple

    • D.

      Roll

    Correct Answer
    A. Slip
    Explanation
    This tool is called a slip.

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  • 50. 

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

    • A.

      Clip overlays

    • B.

      Clip keyframes

    • C.

      Clip waveforms

    • D.

      Clip opacity

    Correct Answer
    A. Clip overlays
    Explanation
    To see the opacity line in your clip in the sequence, you need to turn on clip overlays. This will display a visual representation of the opacity changes applied to the clip, allowing you to easily see and adjust the level of transparency throughout the clip. It helps in accurately editing and controlling the opacity of the clip in the sequence.

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