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    • filmfriseur
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    timeline snap behavior - ignore audio possible?

    Hi, is it possible to ignore audiotracks, for eksample, regarding the snap-to-behavior in the timeline? Otherwise I would suggest a feature request so you could create individual settings. Also a snap-to-behavior that only looks for active tracks could maybe help in some situations.

    I find, when in segment extract/splice-in mode, clips sometimes snap to audioedits that are just some few frames away from the edit I would like to edit to. So I create small clips of only one or some more frames. Or I am forced to zoom in more.

    thanks

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  • Mon, Jul 17 2017 3:18 PM In reply to

    Re: timeline snap behavior - ignore audio possible?

    There is no track selection for the snap to functions...as you found, it will go to all edits on all tracks.

    An alternate is to use the FF/REW function in the Composer > FF/REW setting. If you have the FF and REW keys mapped, you can use them to maneuver to the right edit, if you have "Ignore Track Selectors" unchecked.

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  • Mon, Jul 17 2017 6:54 PM In reply to

    • filmfriseur
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    Re: timeline snap behavior - ignore audio possible?

    Ah, ... thanks for your answer. Good to know. So I am not missing something. Wink I use the FF/REW mapped to my keys. 

    I was thinking about the above described snap to function when I move one or more clips I selected and than drag them to the places in my timeline where I want them to be. In addition to that I hold my cmd-key so the selected clips I am moving snap to the next edits. 

     

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