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Paul Carlin
Basic timeline editing question
on Sep 14, 2018 at 5:56:07 pm

I am cutting video clips (with audio) into a music video timeline. When I Overwrite the clips into my timeline, the source audio always follows, going so far as to create a new audio track if my A1 is locked.

I realize that you can hold modifiers to drag-and-drop Video only and Audio only... but I'm an old man who grew up using keyboard shortcuts. I like my F10 shortcut and you can't convince me otherwise. Is there no way to tell Resolve that I only want to use source video and NOT the embedded source audio?

- Paul


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Shane Ross
Re: Basic timeline editing question
on Sep 14, 2018 at 6:40:41 pm

Yeah, deselect the audio on the source side in the timeline. Turn it off. Only have Video highlighted.

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Paul Carlin
Re: Basic timeline editing question
on Sep 14, 2018 at 7:13:15 pm

Seems I was stuck in some destination track selection hell.



As you can see, the top timeline doesn't allow me to enable or disable the source side, as it does allow on the lower timeline. After clicking a lot of things and pressing a lot of shortcuts, I got it to behave as expected. Not sure how I got stuck in that limbo.


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Bill Stephan
Re: Basic timeline editing question
on Sep 20, 2018 at 12:58:26 am

You can hold down the option (alt) key to insert or overwrite a video-only edit using source that has audio tracks.

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