There are some concepts that are easier to show with a live demo then reading about them, even with a lot of graphics included. This is one of them, moving media around in Final Cut Pro X.
In this week's episode of MacBreak Studio, Steve Martin shows Mark Spencer the different ways to move media around in Final Cut Pro 10.1. This is a further episode on how the new Library feature within FCPX helps organise media.
So moving clips in-between events and events in different libraries is the same right? No, not the case and this episode clearly highlights what happens when you drag media to the different locations.
It all might sound simple, but it is great to see the differences in front of your eyes.
If you would like to know more, Steve and Mark have released FCP 10.1 In-Depth which is for editors who want to know about the new features and best practices for updating.
There's also a set of 42 brand new video lessons totalling six hours called The Apple Pro Video Series: Final Cut Pro X. Priced at $49.00 it's probably the quickest and best way to get up to speed if you've never used FCPX before.