Supported imports:

To export FCP X ranges/markers, you can import:

  • FCP X events with asset-clip | clip | multicam clip | synced clip | compound clip
  • FCP X events with projects → sequence → spine with asset-clip | clip | multicam clip | synced clip
  • Asset clips
  • Audio/video files

To export FCP X captions, you can import:

  • FCP X projects → sequence → spine with asset-clips | clips
  • FCP X events → project → sequence → spine with asset-clips | clips
  • Audio/video files

Multi-cam tips:

  • Support enabled/disabled clips / files
  • Support trimming a file's start time or duration
  • MC Clips with a video angle: it will be trimmed/transcoded based on that video angle duration
  • Do not support enabling/disabling tracks / channels within an individual clip itself

Sync Clips tips:

  • Support enabled / disabled storyline / connected nodes
  • Support trimming a file's start time or duration
  • Sync Clip with video-enabled assets: it will be trimmed/transcoded based on the whole Sync Clip for that video-enabled asset's duration
  • Do not currently support enabled/disabled track / channels / files within an individual clip itself

Compound Clips:
Support for from version 1.0.9 (ask support if you need access to download this version).

The Mac app supports a lot file formats and codecs but fewer than the website. If a file cannot be imported in the Mac app, try to import it to the Simon Says website.

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