“Packaging” a project?

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      I’m using Final Cut Pro. We’ve got a database to keep stock footage and master timelines. When we finish a production we’d like to be able to "package" the product (similar to the way indesign copys files for all the elements of the composition) so we can store it on the mega storage server. I want to be able to save the timeline along with the individual shots used in the final production, but not the extra footage not used. Does that make sense? Can I do it in FCP? I know you can do it in Avid, so it would stand to reason you could pull it off in FCP.

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      This should provide some help for you -> http://www.kenstone.net/fcp_homepage/media_manager_fcp_4_balis.html

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