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Old 02-29-2020, 04:48 AM   #1
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How do you move (and or copy) a clip from one track to another, without changing its position in the timeline. In Magix pro X- holding down shift when dragging up or down to a different track, keeps the clip from moving forward or backward in time.
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Old 02-29-2020, 09:48 AM   #2
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I set the cursor in the left of the clip. Then moving the clip will stay at exactly the same place on the other track.
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Old 02-29-2020, 09:55 AM   #3
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How do you move (and or copy) a clip from one track to another, without changing its position in the timeline. In Magix pro X- holding down shift when dragging up or down to a different track, keeps the clip from moving forward or backward in time.
Thank you for your help.

It's the easiest way:
1. Switch on the "Snap to Event" icon ("magnet function") and set the corresponding checkboxes in the user settings (see screenshots).
2. Move the timeline cursor to the beginning or end of the clip and then move the clip to the desired track.

The clip "slides" along the timeline cursor as you move it.
// To temporarily turn off the magnet function, hold down SHIFT.
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To copy, click on the clip then hold the Control key and drag. Release the mouse button before releasing the Control key.

If your video clip has audio attached, you may have to ungroup/unlink them before copying.
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For move I use "Move to the Cursor" with marked Track
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For move I use "Move to the Cursor" with marked Track
That's a good idea too !!! - kurt
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For move I use "Move to the Cursor" with marked Track
I am interested but don't know how to do it (shortcut ?) ? Thanks to help
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yeah, shortcut (find it, I have my own shortcut), or button in Timeline (add it in User Settings)
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here is my workflow:

select a clip and drag it where I need it, then press CTRL to create a copy before letting go of the left mouse button

alt+click video part of clip and drag where I need it, then press CTRL to create a copy

alt+click audio part of clip and drag where I need it, then press CTRL to create a copy
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That's a good idea too !!! - kurt

HI:
This is not a good idea:
The clip moves to the Timelinecursor, but stays on the same track! Even with marked track.
I will not move to another track.

// What have you done that the clip moves to another track (using the "Move to the Cursor"-Icon)? I have tested it with the timeline icon.
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