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Final Cut Pro X: Keyboard shortcuts

Keyboard shortcuts

You can use keyboard shortcuts to quickly accomplish many tasks in Final Cut Pro. To use a keyboard shortcut, press all the keys in the shortcut at the same time. Shortcuts for common commands are listed in the table below.

Application

Command
Shortcut
Action

Hide Application

Command-H

Hide Final Cut Pro

Hide Other Applications

Command-Option-H

Hide all applications except Final Cut Pro

Keyboard Customization

Command-Option-K

Open the Command Editor

Minimize

Command-M

Minimize Final Cut Pro

Preferences

Command-Comma (,)

Open the Final Cut Pro Preferences window

Quit

Command-Q

Quit Final Cut Pro

Redo Change

Command-Shift-Z

Redo the last command

Undo Change

Command-Z

Undo the last command

Editing

Command
Shortcut
Action

Append to Storyline

E

Add the selection to the end of the storyline

Audition: Add to Audition

Shift-Control-Y

Add the selected clip to the audition

Audition: Duplicate and Paste Effects

Command-Option-Y

Duplicate clips in the audition and add effects

Audition: Duplicate as Audition

Option-Y

Create an audition with a Timeline clip and a duplicate version of the clip, including applied effects

Audition: Duplicate from Original

Command-Shift-Y

Duplicate the selected audition clip without applied effects

Audition: Replace and Add to Audition

Shift-Y

Create an audition and replace the Timeline clip with the current selection

Blade

Command-B

Cut the primary storyline clip (or the selection) at the skimmer or playhead location

Blade All

Command-Shift-B

Cut all clips at the skimmer or playhead location

Break Apart Clip Items

Command-Shift-G

Break the selected item into its component parts

Change Duration

Control-D

Change the duration of the selection

Connect to Primary Storyline

Q

Connect the selection to the primary storyline

Connect to Primary Storyline - Backtimed

Shift-Q

Connect the selection to the primary storyline, aligning the selection’s end point with the skimmer or playhead

Copy

Command-C

Copy the selection

Create Audition

Command-Y

Create an audition from the selection

Create Storyline

Command-G

Create a storyline from a selection of connected clips

Cut

Command-X

Cut the selection

Cut and Switch to Viewer Angle 1

1

Cut and switch the multicam clip to angle 1 of the current bank

Cut and Switch to Viewer Angle 2

2

Cut and switch the multicam clip to angle 2 of the current bank

Cut and Switch to Viewer Angle 3

3

Cut and switch the multicam clip to angle 3 of the current bank

Cut and Switch to Viewer Angle 4

4

Cut and switch the multicam clip to angle 4 of the current bank

Cut and Switch to Viewer Angle 5

5

Cut and switch the multicam clip to angle 5 of the current bank

Cut and Switch to Viewer Angle 6

6

Cut and switch the multicam clip to angle 6 of the current bank

Cut and Switch to Viewer Angle 7

7

Cut and switch the multicam clip to angle 7 of the current bank

Cut and Switch to Viewer Angle 8

8

Cut and switch the multicam clip to angle 8 of the current bank

Cut and Switch to Viewer Angle 9

9

Cut and switch the multicam clip to angle 9 of the current bank

Delete

Delete

Delete the Timeline selection, reject the Browser selection, or remove a through edit

Delete Selection Only

Command-Option-Delete

Delete the selection and attach the connected clip or clips to the resulting gap clip

Deselect All

Command-Shift-A

Deselect all selected items

Duplicate

Command-D

Duplicate the Browser selection

Enable/Disable Clip

V

Enable or disable playback for the selection

Expand Audio/Video

Control-S

View audio and video separately for selected clips

Expand/Collapse Audio Components

Option-Control-S

Expand or collapse audio components for the selection in the Timeline

Extend Edit

Shift-X

Extend the selected edit point to the skimmer or playhead position

Extend Selection Down

Shift–Down Arrow

In the Browser, add the next item to the selection

Extend Selection Up

Shift–Up Arrow

In the Browser, add the previous item to the selection

Finalize Audition

Shift-Option-Y

Dissolve the audition and replace it with the audition pick

Insert

W

Insert the selection at the skimmer or playhead position

Insert/Connect Freeze Frame

Option-F

Insert a freeze frame at the playhead or skimmer location in the Timeline, or connect a freeze frame from the skimmer or playhead location in the event to the playhead location in the Timeline

Insert Gap

Option-W

Insert a gap clip at the skimmer or playhead position

Insert Placeholder

Command-Option-W

Insert a placeholder clip at the skimmer or playhead position

Lift from Storyline

Command-Option–Up Arrow

Lift the selection from the storyline and connect it to the resulting gap clips

Lower Volume 1 dB

Control-Hyphen (-)

Lower the audio volume by 1 dB

Move Playhead Position

Control-P

Move the playhead by entering a timecode value

New Compound Clip

Option-G

Create a new compound clip (if there’s no selection, create an empty compound clip)

Nudge Audio Subframe Left

Option-Comma (,)

Nudge the selected audio edit point left by one subframe, creating a split edit

Nudge Audio Subframe Left Many

Shift-Option-Comma (,)

Nudge the selected audio edit point left by 10 subframes, creating a split edit

Nudge Audio Subframe Right

Option-Period (.)

Nudge the selected audio edit point right by one subframe, creating a split edit

Nudge Audio Subframe Right Many

Shift-Option-Period (.)

Nudge the selected audio edit point right by 10 subframes, creating a split edit

Nudge Down

Option–Down Arrow

Nudge down the value of the selected keyframe in the Animation Editor

Nudge Left

Comma (,)

Nudge the selection one unit to the left

Nudge Left Many

Shift-Comma (,)

Nudge the selection 10 units to the left

Nudge Right

Period (.)

Nudge the selection one unit to the right

Nudge Right Many

Shift-Period (.)

Nudge the selection 10 units to the right

Nudge Up

Option–Up Arrow

Nudge up the value of the selected keyframe in the Animation Editor

Open Audition

Y

Open the selected audition

Override Connections

Grave Accent (`)

Temporarily override clip connections for the selection

Overwrite

D

Overwrite at the skimmer or playhead position

Overwrite - Backtimed

Shift-D

Overwrite from the skimmer or playhead position back

Overwrite to Primary Storyline

Command-Option–Down Arrow

Overwrite at the skimmer or playhead position in the primary storyline

Paste as Connected

Option-V

Paste the selection and connect it to the primary storyline

Paste Insert at Playhead

Command-V

Insert the Clipboard contents at the skimmer or playhead position

Previous Angle

Shift-Control–Left Arrow

Switch to the previous angle in the multicam clip

Previous Audio Angle

Shift-Option–Left Arrow

Switch to the previous audio angle in the multicam clip

Previous Pick

Control–Left Arrow

Select the previous clip in the Audition window, making it the audition pick

Previous Video Angle

Command-Shift–Left Arrow

Switch to the previous video angle in the multicam clip

Raise Volume 1 dB

Control–Equal Sign (=)

Raise the audio volume by 1 dB

Replace

Shift-R

Replace the selected clip in the Timeline with the Browser selection

Replace from Start

Option-R

Replace the selected clip in the Timeline with the Browser selection, starting from its start point

Replace with Gap

Shift-Delete

Replace the selected Timeline clip with a gap clip

Select All

Command-A

Select all clips

Select Clip

C

Select the clip under the pointer in the Timeline

Select Left Audio Edge

Shift–Left Bracket ([)

For audio/video clips in expanded view, select the left edge of the audio edit point

Select Left Edge

Left Bracket ([)

Select the left edge of the edit point

Select Left and Right Audio Edit Edges

Shift-Backslash (\)

For audio/video clips in expanded view, select the left and right edges of the audio edit point

Select Left and Right Edit Edges

Backslash (\)

Select the left and right edges of the edit point

Select Next Angle

Shift-Control–Right Arrow

Switch to the next angle in the multicam clip

Select Next Audio Angle

Shift-Option–Right Arrow

Switch to the next audio angle in the multicam clip

Select Next Pick

Control–Right Arrow

Select the next clip in the Audition window, making it the audition pick

Select Next Video Angle

Command-Shift–Right Arrow

Switch to the next video angle in the multicam clip

Select Right Audio Edge

Shift–Right Bracket (])

For audio/video clips in expanded view, select the right edge of the audio edit point

Select Right Edge

Right Bracket (])

Select the right edge of the edit point

Set Additional Selection End

Command-Shift-O

Set an additional range selection end point at the playhead or skimmer location

Set Additional Selection Start

Command-Shift-I

Set an additional range selection start point at the playhead or skimmer location

Show/Hide Precision Editor

Control-E

When an edit point is selected, show or hide the Precision Editor

Snapping

N

Turn snapping on or off

Solo

Option-S

Solo the selected items in the Timeline

Source Media: Audio & Video

Shift-1

Turn on audio/video mode to add the video and audio portion of your selection to the Timeline

Source Media: Audio Only

Shift-3

Turn on audio-only mode to add the audio portion of your selection to the Timeline

Source Media: Video Only

Shift-2

Turn on video-only mode to add the video portion of your selection to the Timeline

Switch to Viewer Angle 1

Option-1

Switch the multicam clip to angle 1 of the current bank

Switch to Viewer Angle 2

Option-2

Switch the multicam clip to angle 2 of the current bank

Switch to Viewer Angle 3

Option-3

Switch the multicam clip to angle 3 of the current bank

Switch to Viewer Angle 4

Option-4

Switch the multicam clip to angle 4 of the current bank

Switch to Viewer Angle 5

Option-5

Switch the multicam clip to angle 5 of the current bank

Switch to Viewer Angle 6

Option-6

Switch the multicam clip to angle 6 of the current bank

Switch to Viewer Angle 7

Option-7

Switch the multicam clip to angle 7 of the current bank

Switch to Viewer Angle 8

Option-8

Switch the multicam clip to angle 8 of the current bank

Switch to Viewer Angle 9

Option-9

Switch the multicam clip to angle 9 of the current bank

Toggle Storyline Mode

G

Turn on or turn off the ability to build storylines when dragging clips in the Timeline

Trim End

Option–Right Bracket (])

Trim the end of the selected or topmost clip to the skimmer or playhead position

Trim Start

Option–Left Bracket ([)

Trim the clip start point to the skimmer or playhead position

Trim to Selection

Option-Backslash (\)

Trim clip start and end points to the range selection

Effects

Command
Shortcut
Action

Add Basic Lower Third

Shift-Control-T

Connect a basic lower-third title to the primary storyline

Add Basic Title

Control-T

Connect a basic title to the primary storyline

Add Default Transition

Command-T

Add the default transition to the selection

Color Board: Reset Current Board Controls

Option-Delete

Reset the controls in the current Color Board pane

Color Board: Switch to the Color Pane

Command-Control-C

Switch to the Color pane in the Color Board

Color Board: Switch to the Exposure Pane

Command-Control-E

Switch to the Exposure pane in the Color Board

Color Board: Switch to the Saturation Pane

Command-Control-S

Switch to the Saturation pane in the Color Board

Copy Effects

Command-Option-C

Copy the selected effects and their settings

Enable/Disable Balance Color

Command-Option-B

Turn Balance Color corrections on or off

Match Audio

Command-Shift-M

Match the sound between clips

Match Color

Command-Option-M

Match color between clips

Next Text

Option-Tab

Navigate to the next text item

Paste Attributes

Command-Shift-V

Paste selected attributes and their settings to the selection

Paste Effects

Command-Option-V

Paste effects and their settings to the selection

Previous Text

Shift-Option-Tab

Navigate to the previous text item

Retime Editor

Command-R

Show or hide the Retime Editor

Retime: Create Normal Speed Segment

Shift-N

Set the selection to play at normal (100 percent) speed

Retime: Hold

Shift-H

Create a 2-second hold segment

Retime: Reset

Command-Option-R

Reset the selection to play forward at normal (100 percent) speed

Solo Animation

Shift-Control-V

Show one effect at a time in the Video Animation Editor

General

Command
Shortcut
Action

Delete

Delete

Delete the Timeline selection, reject the Browser selection, or remove a through edit

Find

Command-F

Show or hide the Filter window (in the Browser) or the Timeline Index (in the Timeline)

Go to Event Viewer

Command-Option-3

Make the Event Viewer active

Import Media

Command-I

Import media from a device, a camera, or an archive

Move to Trash

Command-Delete

Move the selection to the Finder Trash

New Project

Command-N

Create a new project

Project Properties

Command-J

Open the Properties inspector for the current project

Render All

Shift-Control-R

Start all rendering tasks for the current project

Render Selection

Control-R

Start rendering tasks for the selection

Reveal in Finder

Command-Shift-R

Reveal the selected event clip’s source media file in the Finder

Marking

Command
Shortcut
Action

Add Marker

M

Add a marker at the location of the skimmer or playhead

All Clips

Control-C

Change the Browser filter settings to show all clips

Add Marker and Modify

Option-M

Add a marker and edit the marker’s text

Apply Keyword Tag 1

Control-1

Apply keyword 1 to the selection

Apply Keyword Tag 2

Control-2

Apply keyword 2 to the selection

Apply Keyword Tag 3

Control-3

Apply keyword 3 to the selection

Apply Keyword Tag 4

Control-4

Apply keyword 4 to the selection

Apply Keyword Tag 5

Control-5

Apply keyword 5 to the selection

Apply Keyword Tag 6

Control-6

Apply keyword 6 to the selection

Apply Keyword Tag 7

Control-7

Apply keyword 7 to the selection

Apply Keyword Tag 8

Control-8

Apply keyword 8 to the selection

Apply Keyword Tag 9

Control-9

Apply keyword 9 to the selection

Clear Selected Ranges

Option-X

Clear the range selection

Clear Range End

Option-O

Clear the range’s end point

Clear Range Start

Option-I

Clear the range’s start point

Delete Marker

Control-M

Delete the selected marker

Delete Markers in Selection

Shift-Control-M

Delete all of the markers in the selection

Deselect All

Command-Shift-A

Deselect all selected items

Favorite

F

Rate the Browser selection as Favorite

Favorites

Control-F

Change the Browser filter settings to show Favorites

Hide Rejected

Control-H

Change the Browser filter settings to hide rejected clips

New Keyword Collection

Command-Shift-K

Create a new Keyword Collection

New Smart Collection

Command-Option-N

Create a new Smart Collection

Range Selection Tool

R

Make the Range Selection tool active

Reject

Delete

Mark the current selection in the Browser as rejected

Note:   The Delete key will remove selected items if the Timeline is active instead of the Browser.

Rejected

Control-Delete

Change the Browser filter settings to show rejected clips

Remove All Keywords From Selection

Control-0

Remove all keywords from the Browser selection

Roles: Apply Dialogue Role

Option-Control-D

Apply the Dialogue role to the selected clip

Roles: Apply Effects Role

Option-Control-E

Apply the Effects role to the selected clip

Roles: Apply Music Role

Option-Control-M

Apply the Music role to the selected clip

Roles: Apply Titles Role

Option-Control-T

Apply the Titles role to the selected clip

Roles: Apply Video Role

Option-Control-V

Apply the Video role to the selected clip

Select All

Command-A

Select all clips

Select Clip Range

X

Set the range selection to match the boundaries of the clip below the skimmer or playhead

Set Additional Range End

Command-Shift-O

Set an additional range selection end point at the playhead or skimmer location

Set Additional Range Start

Command-Shift-I

Set an additional range selection start point at the playhead or skimmer location

Set Range End

O

Set the end point for the range

Set Range End

Control-O

Set the end point for the range while editing a text field

Set Range Start

I

Set the start point for the range

Set Range Start

Control-I

Set the start point for the range while editing a text field

Unrate

U

Remove ratings from the selection

Organization

Command
Shortcut
Action

New Event

Option-N

Create a new event

New Folder

Command-Shift-N

Create a new folder

Reveal in Browser

Shift-F

Reveal the selected clip in the Browser

Reveal Project in Browser

Command-Shift-Option-F

Reveal the open Project in the Browser

Synchronize Clips

Command-Option-G

Synchronize the selected event clips

Playback/Navigation

Command
Shortcut
Action

Audio Skimming

Shift-S

Turn audio skimming on or off

Audition: Preview

Command-Control-Y

Play the pick in context in the Timeline

Clip Skimming

Command-Option-S

Turn clip skimming on or off

Cut/Switch Multicam Audio Only

Shift-Option-3

Turn on audio-only mode for multicam cutting and switching

Cut/Switch Multicam Audio and Video

Shift-Option-1

Turn on audio/video mode for multicam cutting and switching

Cut/Switch Multicam Video Only

Shift-Option-2

Turn on video-only mode for multicam cutting and switching

Down

Down Arrow

Go to the next item (in the Browser) or the next edit point (in the Timeline)

Down

Control–Down Arrow

While editing a text field, go to the next item (in the Browser) or the next edit point (in the Timeline)

Go Back 10 Frames

Shift–Left Arrow

Move the playhead back 10 frames

Go Forward 10 Frames

Shift–Right Arrow

Move the playhead forward 10 frames

Go to Beginning

Home button

Move the playhead to the beginning of the Timeline or the first clip in the Browser

Go to End

End button

Move the playhead to the end of the Timeline or to the last clip in the Browser

Go to Next Bank

Shift-Option-Apostrophe (’)

Display the next bank of angles in the current multicam clip

Go to Next Edit

Apostrophe (’)

Move the playhead to the next edit point in the Timeline

Go to Next Field

Option–Right Arrow

Move the playhead to the next field in an interlaced clip

Go to Next Frame

Right Arrow

Move the playhead to the next frame

Go to Next Subframe

Command–Right Arrow

Move the playhead to the next audio subframe

Go to Previous Bank

Shift-Option-Semicolon (;)

Display the previous bank of angles in the current multicam clip

Go to Previous Edit

Semicolon (;)

Move the playhead to the previous edit point in the Timeline

Go to Previous Field

Option–Left Arrow

Move the playhead to the previous field in an interlaced clip

Go to Previous Frame

Left Arrow

Move the playhead to the previous frame

Go to Previous Subframe

Command–Left Arrow

Move the playhead to the previous audio subframe

Go to Range End

Shift-O

Move the playhead to the end of the range selection

Go to Range Start

Shift-I

Move the playhead to the beginning of the range selection

Loop Playback

Command-L

Turn looped playback on or off

Monitor Audio

Shift-A

Turn on or turn off audio monitoring for the angle being skimmed

Negative Timecode Entry

Hyphen (-)

Enter a negative timecode value to move the playhead back, move a clip earlier, or trim a range or clip, depending on your selection

Next Clip

Command-Control–Right Arrow

Go to the next item (in the Browser) or the next edit point (in the Timeline)

Next Marker

Control-Apostrophe (’)

Move the playhead to the next marker

Play Around

Shift–Question Mark (?)

Play around the playhead position

Play Forward

L

Play forward (press L multiple times to increase the playback speed)

Play Forward

Control-L

Play forward while editing a text field (press L multiple times to increase the playback speed)

Play from Playhead

Option–Space bar

Play from the playhead position

Play Full Screen

Command-Shift-F

Play full screen from the skimmer or playhead position

Play Reverse

J

Play in reverse (press J multiple times to increase the reverse playback speed)

Play Reverse

Control-J

Play in reverse while editing a text field (press J multiple times to increase the reverse playback speed)

Play Reverse

Shift–Space bar

Play in reverse

Play Selection

Slash (/)

Play the selection

Play to End

Shift-Control-O

Play from the playhead to the end of the selection

Play/Pause

Space bar

Start or pause playback

Play/Pause

Control–Space bar

Start or pause playback while editing a text field

Positive Timecode Entry

Equal Sign (=)

Enter a positive timecode value to move the playhead forward, move a clip later, or trim a range or clip, depending on your selection

Previous Clip

Command-Control–Left Arrow

Go to the previous item (in the Browser) or the previous edit point (in the Timeline)

Previous Marker

Control-Semicolon (;)

Move the playhead to the previous marker

Set Monitoring Angle

Shift-V

Set the angle being skimmed as the monitoring angle

Skimming

S

Turn skimming on or off

Stop

K

Stop playback

Stop

Control-K

Stop playback while editing a text field

Timeline History Back

Command–Left Bracket ([)

Go back one level in the Timeline history

Timeline History Forward

Command–Right Bracket (])

Go forward one level in the Timeline history

Up

Up Arrow

Go to the previous item (in the Browser) or the previous edit point (in the Timeline)

Up

Control–Up Arrow

While editing a text field, go to the previous item (in the Browser) or the previous edit point (in the Timeline)

Share and Tools

Command
Shortcut
Action

Share to Default Destination

Command-E

Share the selected project or clip using the default destination

Select (Arrow) Tool

A

Make the Select tool active

Blade Tool

B

Make the Blade tool active

Crop Tool

Shift-C

Make the Crop tool active and display onscreen controls for the selected clip or the topmost clip under the playhead

Distort Tool

Option-D

Make the Distort tool active and display onscreen controls for the selected clip or the topmost clip under the playhead

Hand Tool

H

Make the Hand tool active

Position Tool

P

Make the Position tool active

Transform Tool

Shift-T

Make the Transform tool active and display onscreen controls for the selected clip or the topmost clip under the playhead

Trim Tool

T

Make the Trim tool active

Zoom Tool

Z

Make the Zoom tool active

View

Command
Shortcut
Action

Clip Appearance: Clip Labels Only

Option-Control-6

Depending on the clip name setting, display Timeline clips with clip names, role names, or active angle names only

Clip Appearance: Decrease Waveform Size

Option-Control–Down Arrow

Decrease the size of audio waveforms for Timeline clips

Clip Appearance: Filmstrips Only

Option-Control-5

Display Timeline clips with large filmstrips only

Clip Appearance: Increase Waveform Size

Option-Control–Up Arrow

Increase the size of audio waveforms for Timeline clips

Clip Appearance: Large Filmstrips

Option-Control-4

Display Timeline clips with small audio waveforms and large filmstrips

Clip Appearance: Large Waveforms

Option-Control-2

Display Timeline clips with large audio waveforms and small filmstrips

Clip Appearance: Waveforms and Filmstrips

Option-Control-3

Display Timeline clips with audio waveforms and video filmstrips of equal size

Clip Appearance: Waveforms Only

Option-Control-1

Display Timeline clips with large audio waveforms only

Decrease Clip Height

Command-Shift-Hyphen (-)

Decrease the Browser clip height

Increase Clip Height

Command-Shift–Equal Sign (=)

Increase the Browser clip height

Show Fewer Filmstrip Frames

Command-Shift-Comma (,)

Show fewer filmstrip frames in Browser clips

Show/Hide Audio Animation

Control-A

Show or hide the Audio Animation Editor for the selected clips

Show/Hide Skimmer Info

Control-Y

Show or hide clip information when skimming in the Browser

Show/Hide Video Animation

Control-V

Show or hide the Video Animation Editor for the selected Timeline clips

Show More Filmstrip Frames

Command-Shift-Period (.)

Show more filmstrip frames in Browser clips

Show One Frame per Filmstrip

Command-Shift-Option-Comma (,)

Show one frame per filmstrip

View Clip Names

Shift-Option-N

Show or hide clip names in the Browser

View Browser as Filmstrip

Command-Option-1

Switch the Browser to filmstrip view

View Browser as List

Command-Option-2

Switch the Browser to list view

Zoom In

Command–Equal Sign (=)

Zoom in to the Timeline, Browser, or Viewer

Zoom Out

Command-Hyphen (-)

Zoom out of the Timeline, Browser, or Viewer

Zoom to Fit

Shift-Z

Zoom the contents to fit the size of the Browser, Viewer, or Timeline

Zoom to Samples

Control-Z

Turn zooming in to audio samples on or off

Windows

Command
Shortcut
Action

Background Tasks

Command-9

Show or hide the Background Tasks window

Go to Audio Enhancements

Command-8

Make the Audio Enhancements inspector active

Go to Color Board

Command-6

Make the Color Board active

Go to Browser

Command-1

Make the Browser active

Go to Inspector

Command-Option-4

Make the current inspector active

Go to Timeline

Command-2

Make the Timeline active

Go to Viewer

Command-3

Make the Viewer active

Next Tab

Control-Tab

Go to the next pane in the Inspector or the Color Board

Previous Tab

Shift-Control-Tab

Go to the previous pane in the Inspector or the Color Board

Show Histogram

Command-Control-H

Show the Histogram in the Viewer

Show Vectorscope

Command-Control-V

Show the Vectorscope in the Viewer

Show Video Waveform

Command-Control-W

Show the Waveform Monitor in the Viewer

Show/Hide Angles

Command-Shift-7

Show or hide the Angle Viewer

Show/Hide Audio Meters

Command-Shift-8

Show or hide the Audio meters

Show/Hide Browser

Command-Control-1

Show or hide the Browser

Show/Hide Effects Browser

Command-5

Show or hide the Effects Browser

Show/Hide Libraries list

Command-Shift-1

Show or hide the Libraries list

Show/Hide Event Viewer

Command-Control-3

Show or hide the Event Viewer

Show/Hide Inspector

Command-4

Show or hide the Inspector pane

Show/Hide Keyword Editor

Command-K

Show or hide the Keyword Editor

Show/Hide Timeline Index

Command-Shift-2

Show or hide the Timeline Index for the open project

Show/Hide Video Scopes

Command-7

Show or hide the video scopes in the Viewer

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