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A1: Click a column head.
A2: Ctrl-click a column head and show (or hide) from the shortcut menu.
A3: Yes, dynamically resize them by dragging the boundary line between the windows.
A4: Press Cmd-F to open the Find window and choose specific search criteria.
A5: A clip is a master clip if it represents the first use of that clip in the project.
A6: They are saved at Macintosh HD > Users > [user name] > Library > Preferences > Final Cut Pro User Data.
A7: Choosing an Easy Setup preset ensures that your footage settings will match your new sequence settings. You should always choose the appropriate Easy Setup preset prior to creating a new project.
A8: Choose User Preferences from the Final Cut Pro menu.
A9: Select the clip, and press Cmd-9 to open the Item Properties window. You can also Ctrl-click the clip and choose Item Properties from the shortcut menu.
A10: Make the sequence active in the Timeline, or select it in the Browser, and press Cmd-0 to open the Sequence Settings window. You can also choose Sequence Settings from the Sequence menu.

Keyboard Shortcuts
Cmd-FSelects the Find window
Option-QOpens User Preferences
Shift-QOpens System Settings
Ctrl-QOpens Easy Setup
Cmd-9Opens the Item Properties window
Cmd-0Opens the Sequence Settings window



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