Using Segment mode (Extract/Splice) to switch shots


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Using Segment mode (Extract/Splice) to switch shots

Once you've edited shots into the Timeline, you'll often want to move them around. Whether this means switching locations or just nudging them slightly one way or the other, it's important that you know how to reposition clips once you've edited them. In this lesson, we'll take a look at Extract/Splice Segment mode to learn how to reposition shots in the Timeline. Now there are two types of Segment modes in Media Composer: Extract/Splice Segment mode and Lift/Overwrite Segment mode. They're represented by these arrows here. The yellow arrow on the bottom is Extract/Splice Segment mode and the red arrow on top is Lift/Overwrite Segment mode.

They probably look familiar to, as they look a lot like the Splice and Overwrite arrows that we used previously. As you may imagine, they not only look similar to the Splice and Overwrite arrows, but they act very similarly too. However, instead of editing shots from the Source monitor to the Timeline, these arrows are for grabbing ...

Using Segment mode (Extract/Splice) to switch shots
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Using Segment mode (Extract/Splice) to switch shots provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Avid Media Composer 6 Essential Training

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Video
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Media Composer
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