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Chapter 6. Editing in the Timeline > Opening a Clip in the Timeline

Opening a Clip in the Timeline

As you learned in Chapter 4, changing a master clip does not affect any instances of that clip that are already in the timeline. If you want to view a program clip, you can still open it in the source view or a clip window, and you can change any of its editing marks by using the controller.

To open and change a clip in the timeline:

1.
Open a program clip (or clip instance) by doing either of the following:

  • Double-click a clip in the timeline to view it in the source view (Figure 6.28).

    Figure 6.28. Double-click a clip in the timeline to open it.

  • -double-click (Mac) or -double-click (Windows) a clip in the timeline to view it in a clip window.

    The clip opens in the source view or clip window.

2.
In the source view or clip window, make changes in the in point, the out point, or marked frames.

(To review these techniques, see Chapter 4.) The Apply button appears above the image in the source view or clip window.

3.
Click the Apply button to make the changes take effect in the clip in the timeline (Figures 6.29 and 6.30).

Figure 6.29. Change the edit marks, and click the Apply button.


Figure 6.30. The changes take effect in the timeline.



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