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    hi.when i see a clip in bin is 10sec and if i mark it in and out in 5 sec and drop it to the timeline i will see a clip with 4 sec time.ok?
    So the problem is that if this mark in out clip take at the bin files and not from the player i will see again 5 sec.
    in edius 4 this is not happened.the bin files never changes in duration after mark in out...
    why this is happened to edius 6?
    can i fix it?i cannot make a wedding with this problem...

  • #2
    Like you I am new to Edius. I may well have met your problem a day or so back.

    Try page 453 in the manual. It covers 3 & 4 point editing.

    The manual is under 'help'

    Best of luck
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    • #3
      If I understand you correctly, Sounds normal for E5 and E6. The clip in the BIN remembers the last in/out marks set in the clip viewer until you change them. If you want to use the same clip with different in/out points, make the change in the clip viewer (or on the timeline).

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      • #4
        ok.i read it but this is useful if you have 5 or 10 videos. I have about 150 videos on a project because I make weddings. In edius 4 doesn't exist this problem. I need something to clear the in out points in all videos at once.
        There isn't other way to make this???
        sorry for my bad English.

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        • #5
          X is the keyboard shortcut for deleting both In and Out points per clip.
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          • #6
            even with couple hundred clips, I load all clips on the timeline then Alt N or M will be much faster than trim the clip on the bin then bring it down to the timeline.
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            • #7
              One thing that may help you in E6 if you need to make a series of shorter clips from a long one is to set the first IN/OUT point then add the clip to the bin as a sub clip, your original clip remains the same
              Continue till you have made all your sub clips and work from there, each sub clip is a clip in its own right, based on the original but takes up no extra space on the HD, can be lengthened / shortened
              Regards Barry
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