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Chapter 6. Editing to Picture > Using Memory Locations

Using Memory Locations

Memory Locations are formatting options and timeline locations for the Edit window. The position, visible tracks, zoom level, and selection boundaries are just a few of the items that can be stored in a memory location. They make it easy to put lots of information inside your session where you need it the most, and allow you to move quickly to key points within your session. They can also be used to resize your tracks and go to a new zoom level, hide tracks and enable groups, or select an area and adjust pre- and post-roll times. There are many uses for memory locations, and I’ll only be able to touch on a few within the confines of this chapter. With continued use and experience you will find new uses for memory locations every day.

Creating Memory Locations

To create a memory location, simply press the Enter key while playing, recording, or while stopped. As long as there are no other dialog boxes open at the time, pressing Enter will call up the New Memory Location dialog box, shown in Figure 6.34.


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