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Chapter 6. Editing in the Timeline > Expanding and Collapsing Tracks

Expanding and Collapsing Tracks

You can expand and collapse tracks in the timeline, using the same rotating triangle you’re familiar with from other programs or even from the Macintosh system interface. Expanding a track reveals additional information and controls for the clips in the track. When you don’t need these features, collapse the track to reduce screen clutter and decrease the time it takes to redraw the windows.

Expanding an audio track reveals fade and pan controls, as well as an audio waveform. (See Chapter 10 for more information about these features.) Expanding the Video 1 track reveals an area for keyframing effects (see Chapter 11, “Adding Effects”). In addition to effects, expanding higher video tracks reveals fade controls for superimposing the clips (see Chapter 13, “Superimposing Clips”).


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