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Davinci Resolve 16 - Blade Tool
Davinci Resolve 16 - Blade Tool
by ross cartledge on Apr 19, 2020 at 5:08:49 pm

I'm trying to put together a song for my local church which involves singers and a small brass band

Backing Track plays throughout
Verse 1: Just Singers audible and visable on screen
Verse 2: Band start to play and their video's are playing
Verse 3: everyone visable and heard

After a lot of Googling, i've managed to get verse 1 sorted and the singers placed on the screen how i want them (each singer has recoreded themselves separately), however the issue i am now having is for verse 2.

For verse 2 i'm trying to achieve the following:
Move and resize all clips of the singers that have been visable since Verse 1
Show the band playing

The problems i'm having now is as follows



I've tried looking on Google and on Forums but i'm not too sure what i'm looking for

First time using DaVinci which doesn't help either

Thanks


Re: Davinci Resolve 16 - Blade Tool
by Glenn Sakatch on Apr 21, 2020 at 7:35:18 pm

Most key odds have two keys that both do some delete function. Might be labeled DEL...Delete...Backspace..depends on your system...what ever button you are hitting, try the other button.

On resolve, one deletes and closes the hole...the other doesn't close the hole.

Glenn


Re: Davinci Resolve 16 - Blade Tool
by Michael Gissing on Apr 22, 2020 at 12:26:39 am

Rather than Google, check the manual where the difference between delete and ripple delete is explained. All NLEs have the ability to just delete or ripple delete. There's lots of important basic info in the manual if you are new to editing. Otherwise if you are experienced on another edit system, Resolve can also map the keyboard to match the shortcut keys you are used to.


Re: Davinci Resolve 16 - Blade Tool
by Brian Turner on Apr 22, 2020 at 3:17:02 am

On Mac CMD X deletes the portion you want without moving everything else as DEL will. I would imagine CNTRL X does the same on Windows.


Re: Davinci Resolve 16 - Blade Tool
by Glenn Sakatch on Apr 23, 2020 at 12:20:50 am

On windows, backspace removes the object without ripple. Del does a ripple delete.

Glenn





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