Final Cut Pro Import

I wanted to produce this short clip on importing images into Final Cut Pro. I have found that the default duration for images to be too lengthy when it comes to creating smooth time-lapse sequences.
So here is a short tip on changing the default duration so you have a smoother base to start from when post processing your time-lapse footage.

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