Moving edit points


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Moving edit points

As we saw in the last movie, I used the Razor tool here to chop up the different pieces of footage here, but I didn't do that great of a job. As I separate these clips, you'll see that I blew it pretty bad. I will start here and preview it. (Music playing) (Male Speaker: Plenty of places to ride.) Uh-oh, I left a gap there, "plenty of... places to ride" and that's not that great. So what am I going to do? Because I already cut this up in the wrong way.

Well, here is what I can do. I'm going to Command+Z to undo that and I want to move this edit point. I still want to cut this. I want to get rid of this blank footage or this extra stuff here at the end. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to select this tool, which is the Rolling Edit tool. When you roll and edit, it means that you're going to take this cut point, also called an edit point, just the line between two clips. I'm going to move it over. In this way, I am going to fix that edit point. So...

Moving edit points
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Moving edit points provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the Premiere Pro CS5 Essential Training

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