Ripple Edit

Ripple Editing allows you to insert clips while automatically moving other clips (including empty spaces) aside, to make room for it on the Timeline.

Use this mode to maintain the original track synchronizations when inserting additional clips.

This feature is very useful for using the overlay and audio tracks you intend to play along with a specific moment in the video. This also makes editing more efficient by keeping all the parts intact, using the video track as a reference.

To insert clips in Ripple Edit mode:

1. Click Ripple Edit to activate the panel, then select the corresponding box for each trace to which you want to apply Wave Edit.

2. Drag the clip from the Library to the desired location in the Timeline to insert it. As soon as the new clip is in place, all clips to which Ripple Edit has been applied will change accordingly, while keeping their track positions relative to each other.

Ripple Edit also works for removing clips.

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