Final Cut Pro X
Sync-N-Link X Producers
Sync-N-Link X Editors
Sync-N-Link X Presync
Sync-N-Link X Tentacle Sync
Producer's Best Friend
Producers Best Friend Editors
Producer's Best Friend Producers
Producer's Best Friend Reports
Creator's Best Friend
Change List X
What is a Change List?
Sequence Clip Reporter CC
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Sequence Clip Reporter Producers CC
Sequence Clip Reporter Reports CC
Creator's Best Friend for Premiere Pro
Change List CC
What is a Change List? CC
Use macOS Finder to find media
using Finder tags created
from Final Cut Pro X Keywords
Robin Kurz made a video on using Finder Tags with FCP X and FindrCat.
Final Cut Pro X Finder Tags and Media Management with FindrCat Pro
Important Note: macOS Finder does not search inside Final Cut Pro X Library bundles. Finder will only show tags for media outside Libraries.
Searching for Tags
The simplest way to search for a Tag is to open a Finder window and click on 'All Tags'.
More powerful searches can be created by pressing Command + F in a Finder window and creating compound (boolean) searches.
You can save the results as a Smart Folder by clicking on the 'Save' button. The results will always be live.
Note: The Tags option in the search pop-up menu is not there by default. Select 'Other...' and search for Tag and click the checkbox to keep it in the pop-up menu.
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