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  • Thu, Jan 31 2008 1:54 PM

    • Lolli
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    Quick way to make subclips

    Is there a quick way to make subclips from all my shots in a timeline.
    I know I have to mark them, make a subclip and do an autosync. But is there a way to do all the clips in ons time? Or only one by one?
  • Thu, Jan 31 2008 3:17 PM In reply to

    Re: Quick way to make subclips

    You could do a Decompose, but that will make everything go offline.

    Or, a little more tedious...

    (With my keyboard setup) I'd hit S to go to next cut, T to mark clip, F8 to make subclip... repeat

     

     

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  • Thu, Jan 31 2008 6:23 PM In reply to

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    Re: Quick way to make subclips

    You could also mark an in and out point, use the shortcut CTRL + ALT + C to make a subclip of your in and out, then drag the clip to abin.
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  • Thu, Jan 31 2008 6:33 PM In reply to

    Re: Quick way to make subclips

    .- Mark in and out points and drag from the source monitor to a bin.

    That's it.





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  • Fri, Feb 1 2008 5:54 AM In reply to

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    Re: Quick way to make subclips

    Why do you want to create subclips of your entire timeline? I only ask because there may be an easier way to achieve your purpose?

    One quick way would be to consolidate (without deleting original media) with 0 frame handles - this will create new clips (rather than subclips) of your entire timeline, but audio and video would be separate.

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  • Fri, Feb 1 2008 10:20 AM In reply to

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    Re: Quick way to make subclips

    I've synced all my rushes in my timeline, not using the autosync because there was no clap and the audio timecode was most of the time completely wrong. But now it should be al lot easier to have all my clips as subclips to start my editing. I though that maybe there was a way to do it all at once.
    Thank you for the replies.
  • Tue, Feb 5 2008 4:51 AM In reply to

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    Re: Quick way to make subclips

    AXP had a make subclip button somewhere. (On the timeline quickmenu?) Does MC not have this feature?  That's one for the suggestion bin.

    regards,
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