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how to lift multi position clips

Postby bruno » Sat Nov 15, 2014 5:36 pm

Hello, Before sorry if my English it is to bad.

I want to insert a new clip at my project in a point in time main track .
All that there is to the right of the insertion point will be lift, will be out of phase (text, effects, etc. will no longer be in the right place with the main track.
I tried a command "cut all ...." or Block all but I have not found anything.
Do I have to burn every time and then cut? It seems to me unreasonable.
This problem, nobody talks about it, or I did not find anything.

Thank you for your help :D
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Re: how to lift multi position clips

Postby canuck » Sat Nov 15, 2014 6:21 pm

You have neglected to post some very important information: what program are you using?
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Re: how to lift multi position clips

Postby BrianCee » Sat Nov 15, 2014 6:23 pm

Hello and welcome

Nobody talks about the problem - because it should not be a problem

First read the user manual about "Ripple Editing"

Then look down the left end of the timeline where you will see some small padlocks - the very top one with little lines next to it will Enable/Disable ripple editing and the ones below will lock or unlock individual tracks (by clicking on them) so that you can insert something new and the other tracks will all move together

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Re: how to lift multi position clips

Postby bruno » Sat Nov 15, 2014 7:35 pm

That's right. That's what I was looking for !!!!.
I'm not being English, find the right words to search is not easy. You helped me a lot;

I continue with my project .... and ... small question again .. maybe do a piece of film that goes backwards (a piece from the end to the beginning - from the end of the road to back ) .. .

I bought this Ultimate X7; from about month; I have never before had experience and what I learn is thanks to youtube.

Thank you a lot, Bruno :D
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Re: how to lift multi position clips

Postby RobertOZ » Sun Nov 16, 2014 4:08 am

Reversing your video is very easy, place your clip in the timeline, at the bottom of the library screen, right hand side, you will see a blue "Options" label, select and this will open the Video/Attribute panel, under the video heading place a tick on Reverse Video, now your clip will play in reverse.
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