Using Lift/Overwrite Segment Mode to move shots in the timeline


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Using Lift/Overwrite Segment Mode to move shots in the timeline

Switching shots in the timeline is really important, but sometimes you just want to move a shot without affecting any shots around it. To achieve this, you'll use the other type of Segment Mode, Lift/Overwrite Segment Mode, located here on the left hand side of the Timeline Palette. To enable Lift/Overwrite Segment Mode, you simply click on the red arrow and just as before, my cursor turns into an arrow. If I need to move through my sequence, I'm going to go down to my timecode drag and shuttle through like that. The ruler up here also works.

Make sure that this is the only tool selected in the Timeline palette. If you have this selected as well, it'll behave a little bit differently. So for now, just make sure that this is selected. Let's take a look at a couple of these cuts and we'll talk about how we can use Lift/Overwrite Segment Mode to change things around. Let's zoom-in and play through. (Music playing) Okay, let's go ahead and try to get this shot a li...

Using Lift/Overwrite Segment Mode to move shots in the timeline
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Using Lift/Overwrite Segment Mode to move shots in the timeline provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Avid Media Composer 5 Essential Training

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