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PostPosted: Tue Oct 08, 2019 6:30 am 
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Having started some years ago with Final Cut Pro V1 and over time moving into the FCPX's evolution into data base editing, I have gotten used to that kind of workflow. As I move deeper into mobile production I'm trying to find a worklow that manages longer Reels especially in B-Role. Often times I get B-Role that is many minutes long and contains a number of potential clips for the final product.

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I have been loading the footage shot into portable SSD drives, reviewing it with just the built in IOS player and separating good B-Role reels into a Save Folder. From there I go into LumaFusion to edit.

What I would like to do is be able to just pull the good clips from the B-Role footage and have them individually available when I want to start an edit in LumaFusion.

I'm wondering if anyone has tackled this in a more elegant way? So instead of having a longe reel with possible good clips, having already cut out those clips into separate files to be trimmed and inserted in your LumaFusion timeline.

Possibly an app that allows for review and saves clips as individual files to Folders/Bins?


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Maybe use LumaFusion itself? Make a temporary project. Add your b roll and trim to a good bit. Then export to’ iCloud in LumaFusion User Media folder (or sub folder). Then adjust trim/slip positions and export next good bit
You could possibly also use the Files app. I see in ios13 you can trim video files which saves as a new clip.
I’m assuming both LumaFusion and Files can access your SSD drives

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Hi Mark

Boy, do I feel foolish! The files app is the first place I tried to accomplish that but never dug deep enough to realize it had a clip trimmer :-)

Thanks for the help,

Richard


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No need to feel foolish. I was lucky enough to spot the new button (but I’m going to embark myself in my next post). Hope it works out!

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