Using the snap editing commands


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Using the snap editing commands

So we've seen how to use sync points and navigation commands to quickly move regions, and we've seen copying and pasting and spotting to move regions, but let's look at some of the snapping features that are built into Pro Tools. There are some very functional and very handy features that allow us to quickly move a region to a very specific location in our timeline. So first, let's place our cursor before the first region on the Edit 1 track. If you press and hold the Ctrl key while clicking with the Grabber tool on the region, the beginning of the region will snap to the cursor's location.

The same thing will happen if you have a selection. So let's make a selection before the first region, hold the Ctrl key, and click the region with the Grabber tool, and the region will snap to the beginning of our selection. You can also snap a region to its sync point or end in the same way. In order to snap to a sync point, you'll need to use a key command Shift+Ctrl. S...

Using the snap editing commands
Video duration: 5m 16s 3h 30m Intermediate

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Using the snap editing commands provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Skye Lewin as part of the Music Editing for TV and Film in Pro Tools

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Audio + Music Video
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Pro Tools
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