Splitting and moving clips


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Splitting and moving clips

In the last movie, we saw how to slow and freeze time, but what if we wanted to both of them to the same clip to make one part of the clip really fast, one part of it slow, or have a freeze frame of a different clip and bring that in? How do we move all that around? Let's take a look at that. So in my dance footage once again--and actually let me expand this a little bit. My dance footage. I might want to go to right here and then make it really slow, so let me go from here to there. And Premiere Elements has a great tool called the Split Clip tool, or Command+K as a shortcut.

It's actually just a pair of scissors, so think of it as that. Anywhere that I have my Current Time Indicator, the red line with the blue icon, and I click this, it's going to make a cut in the clip. So I can click once here. Now I have split this into two clips. Now they are both, like I said, non-destructive. Nothing has happened to the footage, so don't worry. Just be creative. So now we are playing...

Splitting and moving clips
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Splitting and moving clips provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by David Basulto as part of the Premiere Elements 10 Essential Training

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Premiere Elements
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