Using Splice, Overwrite, and three-point editing


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Using Splice, Overwrite, and three-point editing

Once you start getting up to speed, you'll find editing is a very fluid task. Your mind is engaged in a multitude of connections and cross-references. There will be a positive feedback loop between what you experience in the Timeline and what you then look for next in the bin, back to bin, back to Timeline in an upward spiral of progress, as the ideas you're playing with take shape. Depending on your progress in a project, or the material you're working with, different editing techniques will be more or less relevant to the task at hand.

One very powerful and rapid way to add material to your sequence is Three-Point Editing. Three-Point Editing simply refers to using three marks to define the bounds of your edit. Let me show you want I mean. Here, I have got this clip in my Source Viewer. If I make an in point, play, stop, make an out point, I have made two marks here. Now before I go any further, what I am going to show you is a quick shortcut. If I right-click in the Composer ...

Using Splice, Overwrite, and three-point editing
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Using Splice, Overwrite, and three-point editing provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Steve Holyhead as part of the Avid Media Composer 5 Getting Started

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