Trimming Type

The following explains the features of each trimming type. For details on methods of operation, see the respective page.

Trimming on the Timeline

Trimming on the Preview Window

Trimming by Entering the Timecode

Trimming by Shortcut Keys

In point trim/Out point trim

Change the In and Out points of clips placed on the timeline.

The edit result is dependent on the edit mode.

Switching the Editing Mode

Example:

When the Out point side of the clip has been trimmed by a shortcut key (rippled mode off)

In the Overwrite Mode

If you extend a clip, the subsequent clips shorten. If you extend the clip longer than the subsequent clips, all subsequent clips will be overwritten.

In the Insert Mode

If you extend a clip, the subsequent clips are shifted backward.

Ripple Trim

Change the In and Out points with the positional relationship with other clips maintained. Trimming is performed with the ripple mode on. Even if the ripple mode is off, ripple trimming is possible by using combinations of shortcut keys and keyboard operation.

Ripple Mode

Example:

When trimming the Out point side of the clip

Split Trim

You can trim only the video section or audio section of video clips with audio.

Example:

When trimming the Out point side of a video clip with audio (video part)

Slide Trim

Shift the start and end points of the neighboring clips forward and backward. The total length of the previous and subsequent clips remains unchanged.

Slip Trim

You can change the area of the clip to use, without changing the length or position of the clip. The length or position of the neighboring clips remain unchanged.

Rolling Trim

Shift the start and end points of the previous and subsequent clips without changing the length of specific clips.

Adjust the range to be used while checking the video displayed on the preview window.

Trimming Transitions/Audio Cross Fades

You can trim the length of transitions (clip transitions, track transitions)/audio cross fades in the same way as clips.

Example:

When trimming the Out point of a clip transition:

Example:

Track transition

Both edges of a transition/audio cross fades can also be trimmed at the same time.

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