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    Tutorial: Copying part of the Timeline

    This is one of those very simple things that not so many newcomers know about.
    It is simple, but it can be very useful.

    Once you have copied your selection to the Source Monitor you can use it as you would any material loaded into the monitor.
    Not only, as I have shown, adding to the end of your timeline.

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  • Mon, Mar 1 2010 10:26 AM In reply to

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    Re: Tutorial: Copying part of the Timeline

    Nice one Douglas.

    Did you also notice, at the very end, that when you added that source clip with not all the tracks active into your source viewer, that to the very left of your sequense you only had the tracks marked that was into the subclip.

    A nice thing to know when you are adding edited clips to other edited clips on the Sequense I believe, you can also unactivate the tracks that you don´t want to add

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  • Fri, Jul 9 2010 10:45 AM In reply to

    Re: Tutorial: Copying part of the Timeline

    Is there a difference between pressing Alt+C and Ctrl+Alt+C? They seem to do the same thing, but perhaps there is some subtlety that I'm missing?

    Thanks much!

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  • Fri, Jul 9 2010 10:55 AM In reply to

    Re: Tutorial: Copying part of the Timeline

    BobbyMurcerFan:
    Is there a difference between pressing Alt+C and Ctrl+Alt+C?

    ALT-C only works if you have the copy-to-clipboard function mapped to the C-key (it is by default).

    ALT-CTRL-C works, because it is basically using default Windows CTRL-C (copy) behaviour, and the ALT key forces to copy to load into the source monitor.

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  • Sat, Jul 10 2010 7:46 AM In reply to

    Re: Tutorial: Copying part of the Timeline

    Thanks ;).

    "When I spent 60k on a discreet edit digisuite system 10 years ago someone came up to me to offer fcp 2, I said it was a scam too." -Ric

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