- What are three ways you can launch Final Cut Express HD?
- What are the four primary windows that make up the interface?
- What does it mean when a menu option is dimmed?
- What are the four modifier keys you use for keyboard shortcuts?
- What modifier key do you use to access a shortcut menu?
- What are three ways you can create a new bin?
- Which Browser view shows you a thumbnail image of the footage?
- How can you organize and group project elements together?
- How do you return your interface windows to the Standard layout?
- How do you dynamically adjust a window size in the interface?
- How can you hide the Final Cut Express HD interface? How do you restore it?
- How do you quit Final Cut Express HD?
- You can double-click the application in the Applications folder, click once on the icon in the Dock, or double-click a Final Cut Express HD project file.
- The Browser, Viewer, Canvas, and Timeline windows.
- The appropriate window may not be selected or active.
- The Shift, Control, Option, and Command (Apple) keys.
- The Control key. You can also right-click using a two-button mouse.
- Choose File > New > Bin; press Cmd-B; or Ctrl-click in the gray area under the Name column in the Browser window and choose New Bin.
- Any of the View as Icon views.
- Create bins for different categories, such as Audio, Video, Sequences, and so on, then drag similar icons into the appropriate bins.
- Choose Window > Arrange > Standard.
- Move the pointer over a window boundary line. When the resize pointer appears, drag the line to the desired position.
- To hide it, choose Final Cut Express HD > Hide Final Cut Express HD, or press Cmd-H. To restore it, click the application icon in the Dock.
- Choose Final Cut Express HD > Quit Final Cut Express HD, or press Cmd-Q.
Creates a new bin
Brings up different shortcut menus throughout Final Cut Express HD
Hides the Final Cut Express HD interface
Quits Final Cut Express HD