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thoraxe

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  1. Thanks, Nat! This works pretty darned well!
  2. OK, but that doesn't answer about the tab at the top. This seems to imply either being on the "Home" tab or the "Sequence" tab. Clicking on a split where two clips are butted up against one another will join them if they are a single clip that had a split introduced. For example, if you took a 10min clip and split it into two pieces, clicking the split (when double-headed) will join them back together. This is not the case for two unique clips that are adjacent on a split. I can take a video of this behavior if you like. I'm with you there. Still wi
  3. I don't really understand your instructions. What mode is this performed in? Clip? Sequence? Home? What is the "PV" window? Split points are only visible in the timeline. Clicking on a split in a clip will combine the two sides of the clip into one (removes the split). Scrubber? Split icon? Clicking the "IN" or "OUT" button changes the in/out position of the clip in reference to itself. In other words, clicking on a 10min clip's timeline at 2min and hitting "IN" will make the clip start at the 2 minute mark. It doesn't appear to affect the clip in the timeline. Or are you sugge
  4. I'm working with a bunch of tracks from different cameras (same scene filmed from different angles) and trying to line them up perfectly. The easiest way to do this seems to be to be to line up the audio from both sources as close as possible, and then the video would be aligned. In other words, if you had two video clips from two cameras that recorded the same event (Joe says "mary had a little lamb"), if you stack the clips in tracks so that the audio matches perfectly, the video therefore matches perfectly. I cannot for the life of me seem to figure out a way to move the clip in a t
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