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Using the Auto Shoulder Tool in Magic Bullet Looks

In this QuickTip, I share a tip for keeping your bright highlights legal in Final Cut when using Magic Bullet Looks. This is also a very useful tip for those working with Looks in any editing or compositing application, like Adobe After Effects or Premiere.

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