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    Controlling Clip Snapping

    When moving clips on the timeline, there are many ways of controlling their movement.

    Here are a few pointers that may be useful to you.

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    Douglas


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    Re: Controlling Clip Snapping

    Douglas:

    One additional function is available when "default snap to" is disabled. Holding down ALT and dragging a clip will move it one frame at a time, with a frame offset number replacing the center duration window between the two monitors. This is very handy when you want to move a clip an exact number of frames.

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  • Sat, Oct 3 2009 10:31 AM In reply to

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    Re: Controlling Clip Snapping

    Larry Rubin:

    Douglas:

    One additional function is available when "default snap to" is disabled....................................

    Thanks for the additional tip, Larry.

    Anyone else like to add more meat to this skeleton of a Tutorial?
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