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A1: Press I to set an In point and O to set an Out point.
A2: You can press X to mark the duration of a clip in the Timeline.
A3: If the Auto Select control is toggled on for a track, the clips between the edit points on that track will be highlighted and will be included in the selection.
A4: They follow the priority of V1 through V99, and then A1 through A99.
A5: Pressing Delete alone leaves a gap where the material was edited. This type of delete is referred to as a lift.
A6: Pressing Shift-Delete or Forward-Delete removes both clips and gap within the marked area. This type of delete is referred to as Ripple Delete.
A7: The Lift and Ripple Delete functions appear on the Sequence menu.
A8: When you play through gaps between clips in the Timeline, they look like black clips.
A9: The Out point of a source clip in the Viewer is neccessary to backtime it into the Timeline edit points.
A10: You can change the volume of a clip in the Viewer before you edit it into the Timeline, or you can double-click the clip in the Timeline to open the sequence clip in the Viewer and change the volume there.
A11: You can import a clip by choosing File > Import > Files, pressing Cmd-I, or Ctrl-clicking in the Browser and choosing Import > Files from the shortcut menu. Importing a folder does not have a keyboard shortcut.
A12: You select the clips in the Timeline and choose Modify > Link, or press Cmd-L.

Keyboard Shortcuts
DeleteLifts an item or section from the Timeline and leaves a gap
Shift-Delete (or Forward Delete)Removes an item or section from the Timeline and ripples the following edits up the duration of the gap
XMarks the full length of a clip
Cmd-LLinks together the audio and video tracks of clips in the Timeline


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