MovieSlate KeyClips Logging for Final Cut Pro X
Log by simply tapping a keyword that describes the action being filmed.
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Log a Marker
by tapping a keyword in the Markers list (the fifth list).
Log Marker Phrases
by tapping the + MARKER
Build a phrase by
tapping one or more keywords from any keyword list.
Log Marker Notes
tapping the pencil button,
then typing freeform text.
Time Travel— with Pre-Roll.
While shooting, it can take a few seconds for loggers to recognize an event. The solution is to
choose a pre-roll value.
Then tap a keyword to start a KeyClip in the past (the pre-roll value).
Keywords can also be edited to use their own individual pre-roll value.
is a KeyClip’s default starting (pre-rolled) timecode.
is a KeyClip’s ending timecode.
Have it your way— tap the Edit button.
- Show/Hide/Rearrange the five keyword lists and their contents.
- Choose default colors for keywords in each list.
- Edit individual keywords, their colors, and Pre/Post-Roll durations.
- Link multiple keywords to start and/or stop when one is tapped.
Keywords are actually standard MovieSlate snippets—
used elsewhere throughout the app
So, what is a KeyClip?
A KeyClip is a keyword with starting and ending timecode.
KeyClips become Final Cut Pro X keywords, sequences, and markers.
MovieSlate’s KeyClips screen logs keywords, markers, and notes.
It is available to Pro Features subscribers. Learn More
Start Logging KeyClips by
tapping a keyword in one
of the first four lists:
Location, Activity, People, Topic. Active keywords have white checkboxes.Stop Logging
tapping a checked keyword
or red clear buttons.
Start & Auto-Stop
by tapping its timer button
(for keywords configured
with post-roll values).
Countdown digits appear once a keyword’s timer has started.
Log Favorite and
Rejected clips by
tapping one of these buttons.
to a list by tapping
its plus button.
Change keyword snippet groups
by tapping a list’s bordered button and choosing a new or existing snippet group.