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Lesson 2. Marking and Editing > Playing Clips in the Viewer

Playing Clips in the Viewer

The Viewer window is where you play and mark your source clips in preparation for editing. The Viewer has four tabs. The default is the first tab, Video, where you can see, hear, and mark your clips. When you first open Final Cut Pro, the Video tab displays a black slug, or placeholder. The audio tab is where you'll work more closely with the audio of a clip. If no audio is present in the clip, no audio tab will appear. The Filters and Motion tabs will be used when you start to create effects in later lessons. In this exercise, you will learn different ways to open and play clips in the Viewer.


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