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Chapter 7. Fine-Tuning Your Edits > Performing a Slip Trim

Performing a Slip Trim

Slipping uses two single rollers on one clip to simultaneously change both the In and the Out points of the clip in the Timeline, without changing the length or position of the clip relative to the clips on either side of it. If you think a shot begins or ends in the wrong place, but is of the right length and position in the sequence, slipping is a great way to fix the problem very quickly without affecting the overall duration of the sequence.

The easiest way to enter Slip mode is to lasso a segment by dragging the cursor from right to left around the entire segment (Figure 7.20).


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