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Lesson 11. Advanced Editing > Creating a split edit

Creating a split edit

As you grow accustomed to working with Premiere Elements you may find yourself wanting to emulate editing styles you are accustomed to seeing on television or the movies. For example, given two clips in the timeline, you may want the audio to begin before the video or to extend after the video into the next clip (or vice versa). This is referred to as the a split edit. In this exercise you will create a split-edit referred to as a j-cut, so called because the clips in the timeline resemble the letter J. This technique can add depth to a basic video project.


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