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    THe short cut key: Alt+s is asigned for Expand audio track display(display the mixer of audio track),it is very good, but I have to move the mouse to the leftside to select the audio track that I want to expand .It is very time wastting.
    Can it change to like that:when I want to display a audio clip's mixer,I ONLY select the audio clip, and press:Alt+s , if like that ,It will be a very quick way to display the mixer of a audio clip.


    anther shortcut: Fade in/out(aduio/video) is not assigned any shortcut by default,But it can be asign by yourself.
    I assign “< ” for audio fade in; “> ” for audio fade out.when I hope a audio clip fade in.I only place the timeline pointor at the correctly position.press “< ”, yes it does. But the same trouble thing is that:these shortcut only affect the track ,not clip.I have to select the track where the clip in,so the shortcut work, If I deosn't secect the track,only select an audio clip ,It does't work.
    Edius6 !,Can you change these shortcut? No need to select track again.
    Last edited by leoo; 09-08-2011, 08:30 AM.

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    One of the big changes for EDIUS 6 was the added ability of multi track editing. Because of that the track selection and clip selection are completely independent functions. The functions that can be used on multiple tracks at once (I.e. Fades). have to have the track selection(s) option.
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    • #3
      When you editing a video,you will find that,the chance working at one track(a single clip) is greater than muti tracks.
      I only want to say that:select a clip is more quickly and easy than select a track.Because this time you are concentrate on this clip,you will very easy to select it,your mouse is just at the center of the computer's screen near the clip. but now,you have to move it to the leftside to select the track.if you set very large number of tracks(ie 8 tracks),you will be posible select a track not you really want.
      After all these shortcut as I describe is only do with a clip,not a track.

      If you add a function,just like that:I select several clips,and press a shortcut,It will do with these selected clips.
      IT WILL BE A GREAT FUNCTION!
      Last edited by leoo; 09-08-2011, 09:46 AM.

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      • #4
        I have explained why. It has been discussed here quite a bit before.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by GrassValley_PS View Post
          It has been discussed here quite a bit before.
          Interestingly, I have yet to read a post praising how the added facility for multitrack editing and track patches have improved workflow. I'm curious to know what broadcast editors (who I gather constitute the majority of v6.03 users) say of the functionality.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by laddi.b View Post
            Interestingly, I have yet to read a post praising how the added facility for multitrack editing and track patches have improved workflow. I'm curious to know what broadcast editors (who I gather constitute the majority of v6.03 users) say of the functionality.
            here here i just wish GV would stop pretending it was a good idea and man-up and say "we got it wrong."

            we know ur only human and dont get it right all of the time but when u do mess up - just put it back and we can all hug and move on

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            • #7
              Multiple track editing doesn't benefit most Broadcasters at all.
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              • #8
                Shift+1 will select/highlight Track 1A, Shift 2 for track 2A....etc.

                CTRL+Shift+1 will select/highlight 1V, CTRL+SHFT+2 for track 2V....etc.

                That may help grab the track you want without using the mouse. Be cautioned that if you use Shift+1 and Shift+2 you will select both 1A and 2A. This helps with multi-track editing too. You can easily select 3 audio tracks and expand the waveforms for each with a few keystrokes. Pressing the combination again will unselect the track.

                This could help select a track and expand the wave form without the mouse. This is handy for locking at track without the mouse as well. (LockTrack is ALT+L)
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by GrassValley_PS View Post
                  Multiple track editing doesn't benefit most Broadcasters at all.

                  100 percent true :)
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by GrassValley_PS View Post
                    Multiple track editing doesn't benefit most Broadcasters at all.
                    then who is getting the benefit of this convoluted workflow - was it done to keep the Avid crossover mob happy 'cos, thats how that outdated excuse for a program works?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by GrassValley_PS View Post
                      Multiple track editing doesn't benefit most Broadcasters at all.
                      Interesting.
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                      • #12
                        When I want to perform a a keyboard based operation on many tracks at one - for example stick a cross dissolve in 2 or more video tracks - then it saves time and is very useful, I have got used to the new workflow and don't really have a problem with it myself.
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