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Once you have placed a clip in a project, it "breaks" the relationship with the original clip. I suppose this is so you don't make a change to a source clip and inadvertently change it in a project where you didn't intend to change it. I'm not sure that it's useful like that, but its the way it is. There is an exception, multicam clips. If you make a ...
I'd lift the clip from the story line and then disable it with V. There's not other way to keep a clip in the timeline near the edit point without leaving empty space or affecting the timing of the cut.
No. Or at least not yet. According to the post below: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2323932
I second using Resolve, but there are a few "hidden" color tools you can access if you have Motion, or know someone who does. Motion allows you to publish effects for use in FCPX and can be transferred from one machine to another. See this post from creativecow for a downloadable zip which includes Brightness, Channel Mixer, Color Balance, Colorize, ...
For FCPX 10.1 and later: Open preferences Select the import tab Choose to either leave Files in Place or Copy to Storage Library Location. To set the Storage Library Location: Select the library. Open the inspector. Select Modify Settings in the inspector to choose where your generated files go.
Partial answer... I still don't know how to remove a single blade speed point. It is possible to remove all speed points for a clip by selecting the clip and choosing a new speed (eg Normal 100%) from the Retiming menu. I still don't know how to join adjacent segments (kind of same thing as above). Found out how to move the blade speed point relative to ...
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