Final Cut Pro 6 - Creating a New FinalCutPro Project

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Creating a New Final Cut Pro Project

In almost all cases, you will edit your film project using a 24 fps (or 23.98 fps in most
NTSC-based workflows) editing timebase. An exception is film projects shot at 24 or
25 fps and edited at PAL’s 25 fps rate.

To create a new project in Final Cut Pro:


Choose File > New Project.

A new project is created with the default name of Untitled Project 1.


Choose File > Save Project As.

A dialog appears where you can name the project and select a location to save it to.


Click Save.