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Movies and Video For people making movies and editing video with their Mac.

How do I make a Video Clip go Backwards?


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I am working in Final Cut Express HD. I have usually worked on iMovie but decided to upgrade and use Final Cut, the only thing is, I don't know where to find everything. Now with that, I am curious as to how to make a Video clip go backwards. I know it is an effect, but where can I find it?

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Hey Yitschaq,

Not too difficult, right click on your clip in the timeline, go to Speed. Once in that window, tick of Reverse, or if thats not an option in your version, reverse the speed to %-100.
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thanks! it worked.

I know it is a simple thing, I am just new to the program and need to know my way around the program now.

Thanks again.
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