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    Zooming in/out and dragging the Monitor Pictures

    When you use the "Ctrl +L" and "Ctrl + K" shortcuts they can be applied to more than just the height of timeline tracks.

    By accident I pressed "Ctrl + L" while my record monitor was active and was surprised at the result.

    My new found knowledge is probably more useful when in Effect mode and using some function like AvidFX's Paint Tool.

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  • Wed, Nov 11 2009 3:49 AM In reply to

    Re: Zooming in/out and dragging the Monitor Pictures

    fun accidents!

    it also works to resize clips in bin frame view!

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  • Thu, Nov 12 2009 9:25 PM In reply to

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    Re: Zooming in/out and dragging the Monitor Pictures

    Avid should do a better job of letting newbies know stuff liket this. the more avid shows what it can do the better for future editors trying to decide on a NLE. may not seem like a big thing but it gives a deeper insight into how MC has little touches that can add to ones edit process

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