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Chapter 6. Making Edits > Performing Back-Timed Edits

Performing Back-Timed Edits

When making standard three-point edits, editors are usually concerned with where a source clip begins in the source monitor and where the head of the clip will start in the Timeline once the edit takes place. However, sometimes the timing of an edit hinges on what frame a source clip ends in the source monitor or where that clip's tail frame will finish in the Timeline.

Such a back-timed edit is controlled by a single Out point in either the source monitor or Composer/Timeline and typically features one of the two following configurations of a three-point edit:


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