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Lesson 6. Two-Sided Trimming > Slipping Clip Content

Slipping Clip Content

Slipping a clip shifts both the In and Out points the same amount as you select slightly different content for that clip. Slipping is a good option to choose when the clip is placed correctly in the sequence and is the correct length, but the clip content is not ideal. You can only slip a clip if there is additional source material or handles on either side of the current edit points. If you used the entire clip length when you made the edit, there will be no additional frames to shift or slip the clip.

Working with the Slip Tool

When you apply the Slip tool to a clip in the Timeline, you drag right to see earlier clip material and left to see later material. Think of the clip as your windshield, and the additional material to the left or right outside your windshield view makes up your handles. The Slip tool is the fifth tool in the Tool palette. Its shortcut key is S.


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