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Ht Davis
Re: Finding subclip in parent clip
on Apr 14, 2015 at 6:02:01 am

The In out section is the highlight. The light blue indicator is the highlighted area (or selected area). Does that make sense? You can have the source window open and then use the clip menu or markers menu to make a sub clip from the in out mark. If you want multiple sub clips, you can create them in the project panel from the project panel or from the source monitor. You can also create different clip variations on a timeline, but this I don't think will show up as a sub clip properly in the source monitor. Using in out marks creates a light blue highlighted section you can use to define a sub clip, and place that set in the project panel as if it were a separate file or clip.


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