Switching and Cutting Between Angles
When you work with multiclips in Final Cut Pro, switching and cutting have
Â Switching: This means changing the active angle of a multiclip without creating a
cut. You can switch the active angle of a multiclip in the Viewer or the Timeline.
Before the switch, the
active multiclip angle is 1.
After the switch,
the active multiclip
angle is 4.
Working with Multiclips
Â Cutting: Like switching, cutting changes the active angle of a multiclip, but an edit is
added to the multiclip at the moment you change the active angle. You can see the
results of cutting in the Timeline. When you cut from one angle to another, the result
is two multiclips in the Timeline: one before the cut point and one after.
Before the cut, the active
multiclip angle is 1.
A cut is added at the
point where the active
After the cut, the active
angle of the new
multiclip is 4.