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Rename clips and default folder location

Postby HighAndDry » Mon Mar 12, 2018 11:42 pm

How do I rename video clips that I have cut from a long video? Example. I recorded a vhs tape (using a different program-haven't figured out how to do that in corel yet) and imported the video into corel video studio ultimate 2018. I then split it at points and dragged the newer, smaller clips into the box ( I don't know what it's called) where you import video etc. How do I rename those clips?
also. the getting started tutorial asks you to make a new folder and then asks you to browse and add video. Ok. I got that. but where does corel store that folder?
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Re: Rename clips and default folder location

Postby Scubbie » Tue Mar 13, 2018 8:40 pm

To rename any clip in your library or any other section, click once to select the clip, short pause, then click a second time on the bottom of it where the title is. You can then rename it.

Double-clicking any clip quickly will open the "Single Clip Trim" editor window.
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Re: Rename clips and default folder location

Postby Ken Berry » Tue Mar 13, 2018 9:04 pm

HighAndDry wrote:... where does corel store that folder?


Have you looked in Preferences > General for the path of the default working folder (which you can change if you wish)?
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