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    Default Multi-Clip Editing

    In FCP, when you are multi-cam editing, is there a way to tell it to add a cross fade every time you switch cameras? I shouldn't have to go in and add them manually for every camera switch I make. Does anyone have a solution?

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    Edit in Multiclip without the transitions to start with. Get all your cuts nicely trimmed as you need them then apply a cross fade to all clips at once.

    Here is an easy demo of how to do that ...

    Peachpit: Final Cut Pro Power Tip: Applying Transitions to Multiple Clips in One Track > Final Cut Pro Power Tip: Applying Transitions to Multiple Clips in One Track

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    Default Thank you!

    Thanks so much! That's pure genious!

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