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    Trimming to a Mark

    We all have our own preferences in trimming.
    Some do it this way and others that way.
    Once we have found a method we are comfortable with, we tend to stick to it.
    Here is a trimming tip that may be new and interesting to some of you.

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  • Tue, Feb 10 2009 11:00 AM In reply to

    Re: Trimming to a Mark

    Another tip regarding trimming like this:

    make use of the buttons (you have to map them in the usuall way) "top" and "tail". Top removes the part of the clip from your position indicator to the start of the clip, Tail removes theat part of the clip from the position indicator to the end of the clip. No need to put an in or out point and entering trimmode!

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