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    I have a clip on the timeline. Both sides of the clip have transitions. I need to cut the clip again, and remove exactly one second on the left and add one second on the right. Do I have to pull apart the clip, which removes the transition, and then re-place the clip back in place, and then re-add the transitions back, or is there an easier way?

  • #2
    Select the clip you want to adjust. Press F6 to enter the Trim Mode, select the Trim Mode (Slip)

    You should be able to slide the highlighted clip to do what you have asked. You can either use the mouse to slide the clip, or enter precise timecode figures into the Trim window

    This will keep the clip the same length, but remove the beginning and add to the end, still keeping the transitions.
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    Last edited by John Hooper; 11-04-2014, 07:14 PM.
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    • #3
      You can hold CTRL ALT and then click on the clip. You will notice colors at both ends of the clip. Place your mouse cursor on one end or the other, left click and drag.

      You will see 4 monitors pop up in the monitor area. The second (from left) monitor is the In point of the clip, the third monitor is the Out point of the clip. First monitor is the last frame of the clip before and the fourth monitor is the first frame of the clip after.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Derek Hart View Post
        I have a clip on the timeline. Both sides of the clip have transitions. I need to cut the clip again, and remove exactly one second on the left and add one second on the right. Do I have to pull apart the clip, which removes the transition, and then re-place the clip back in place, and then re-add the transitions back, or is there an easier way?



        at the beginning of clip, place playhead 1 sec to the right of current cut point and press Ctrl+N

        at the end, place playhead 1 sec after the cutpoint and press Num8 (clip needs to be selected and the new shortcuts mapped)

        http://www.videoproductions.com.au/e...-shortcuts.png
        http://www.videoproductions.com.au/e...xtend-clip.mp4
        Anton Strauss
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        • #5
          Originally posted by GrassValley_PS View Post
          You can hold CTRL ALT and then click on the clip. You will notice colors at both ends of the clip. Place your mouse cursor on one end or the other, left click and drag.

          You will see 4 monitors pop up in the monitor area. The second (from left) monitor is the In point of the clip, the third monitor is the Out point of the clip. First monitor is the last frame of the clip before and the fourth monitor is the first frame of the clip after.
          Curiously, you only get the four windows when in "Dual Mode" (separate source and timeline inlays). If you are in "Single Mode", you only get the second and third monitors. A bug maybe?
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          • #6
            Originally posted by LewS View Post
            Curiously, you only get the four windows when in "Dual Mode" (separate source and timeline inlays). If you are in "Single Mode", you only get the second and third monitors. A bug maybe?
            Not quite sure. I have never tried a single monitor since I am always in Dual Mode. I could see it only having the main 2 if Single Mode is selected.
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            • #7
              I just tested with single mon mode and it works fine, after selecting, simply use the < and > keys on the keyboard (if you hold Shift while tapping < or >, each tap will be 10 frames, without Shift, each tap will be 1 frame)
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              Last edited by antonsvideo; 11-05-2014, 03:05 AM.
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              • #8
                That example would be a lot better with pictures... ;-)
                I don't think he was saying it would not work, but rather that he was only seeing 2 monitors instead of the 4 that I had mentioned.
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                • #9
                  Before this gets too far off the original question Derek Hart asked, there are obviously different ways to solve his question.

                  Just for my curiosity, is there anything wrong with my suggestion in post #2?
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                  • #10
                    It should work, though I haven't used Trim mode in ages. To me it like the T tracks...obsolete.
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