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  • Malcolm
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    Originally posted by LegalEyes View Post
    If you decide to use "delete gap" make sure you use the ripple mode so that other video and audio tracks will move too.
    Aha! Sounds like that was the culprit :)

    M.

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  • LegalEyes
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    If you decide to use "delete gap" make sure you use the ripple mode so that other video and audio tracks will move too.

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  • Malcolm
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    Hehe, of course it works fine now :)

    M.

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  • Malcolm
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    Great stuff everyone: thank you!

    I like the shift-end one, and the alt shift slide.
    I had tried delete gap a few times before but it did nothing so I decided I had misunderstood what it was meant to do :) But you are all now making me think I did understand its meaning right, and just was doing something wrong.
    Maybe I didn't have the time cursor in the right place when I did the right click on the gap and selected delete gap...

    I'll have a play now :)

    Thanks!
    M

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  • THoff
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    In Edius 4, the default key mapping for Remove Gap is the Backspace key -- to me that's much faster than going through the menu.

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  • LegalEyes
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    move the timeline cursor in the gap Right click remove gap

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  • Khoi Pham
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    Originally posted by Malcolm View Post
    Hi all,

    I'm hoping there is a way to do this.
    I often find myself needing to select all clips beyond a certain place on the timeline so I can slide them back to get rid of a gap.

    Thanks!

    M.
    I mapped the "G" for delete gap and all you have to do is highlight the first clip of all the clips beyond and hit G and it will delete gap, (slide everything back to delete gap)

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  • peterC
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    Originally posted by Malcolm View Post
    Hi all,

    I'm hoping there is a way to do this.
    I often find myself needing to select all clips beyond a certain place on the timeline so I can slide them back to get rid of a gap.

    Thanks!

    M.
    Hey Mal, I'm in EP v3.62 so it is:
    Shift + End = Select all clips downstream from cursor
    CTRL + End = Select all clips on selected track downstream from cursor

    so you may want '#2 's' v4 shortcut too if you don't know it already.

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  • GrassValley_MD
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    1. Draw a selection box around all the desired clips

    2. Shift-End - will select all of the clips from the cursor right. :)


    Mike

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  • Malcolm
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    Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
    the best way I like is holding Shift+Alt while dragging a clip

    there are many other ways in case you don't like this one
    Thanks! That worked a charm.
    Always interested in hearing the other ways though if you have a moment!

    M.

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  • antonsvideo
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    the best way I like is holding Shift+Alt while dragging a clip

    there are many other ways in case you don't like this one

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  • Malcolm
    started a topic Selecting all clips on timeline after selected clip

    Selecting all clips on timeline after selected clip

    Hi all,

    I'm hoping there is a way to do this.
    I often find myself needing to select all clips beyond a certain place on the timeline so I can slide them back to get rid of a gap.

    Thanks!

    M.
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