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  • What’s a quick way to make this edit?

     Ralph Zakib updated 1 year ago 1 Member · 1 Post
  • Ralph Zakib

    November 25, 2020 at 4:47 am

    I have a video of a sports game

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    I have numbered all the rallies.

    I want to cut out the parts of the video that are in between the rallies.

    But I don’t want it to go straight from one rally to another, because then it jumps too soon for me the viewer to see when a rally ends and when a rally starts. So I want a black screen or simple picture like a picture of a square, in between each rally, that is just there for 2 seconds.

    What’s a quick way of editing it to do that.

    If I do HOME, it will be beginning of first label that is at the start of the clip, then keep doing SHIFT-DOWN, it will go to the end of the first label, SHIFT_DOWN will go to beginning of second label. SHIFT-DOWN again will go to the end of the second label e.t.c. Deselecting the clip with the shortcut ctrl-shift-A doesn’t always work for some reason, so I manually click outside the clip, but anyhow.

    So I can do SHIFT-DOWN, MARK IN(I), SHIFT-DOWN, MARK OUT(O), DESELECT CLIP(ctrl-shift-A), RIPPLE DELETE(shift-delete), I can copy a 1 second image of a square to the clipboard. And do CTRL-SHIFT-V (Paste insert).

    I’m wondering if there is a faster way?

    It’d be good if there way a way to, instead of ripple delete, to do a ripple delete and paste insert image in one go.. And to do SHIFT-DOWN, MARK IN, SHIFT-DOWN, MARK-OUT, DESELECT, RIPPLE DELETE,

    Can I even do that in one go?


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