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Edit your Reels in Final Cut Pro
Edit your Reels in Final Cut Pro
Add polish, effects, normalization and more to your reels with Final Cut Pro
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Written by Richard Beeson
Updated over a week ago

Follow these steps to import your Reduct reels to Final Cut Pro:

We've uploaded a 2.5 hour video of the 2019 Oscars to Reduct via YouTube, and created a 55 second reel from it.

1 From the reel export menu, click Final Cut Pro XML

(2) Open the .fcpxml file that you just downloaded. If you have Final Cut Pro installed, the file will automatically open within FCP.

Note: If you get a warning about edit frame boundaries, just hit OK.

You can now re-link to the original file in FCP. Under File, find Relink Files > and select Original Media...

In the popup window that appears, find the source file on your hard drive, and click "Relink Files":

(3) You now have a Final Cut timeline where your reel (+ captions!!) have been imported, so you can fine-tune your reels using the tools Final Cut provides you.

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