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A1: The Roll tool adjusts one clip's Out point and the adjacent clip's In point.
A2: The Slip tool adjusts the In and Out point of the same clip.
A3: The Slide tool affects three clips.
A4: Extending changes an edit point in the same way rolling does.
A5: The Option key is used to reposition a clip and move all other clips down in the sequence.
A6: Option-dragging creates a copy of a sequence clip and repositions the copy to a different location, leaving the original sequence clip in place.
A7: Double-click an edit point in the Timeline to open it in the Trim Edit window.

Keyboard Shortcuts
SSelects the Slip Item tool
RSelects the Roll tool
SSSelects the Slide tool
EExtends selected edit points to the playhead location
Drag then OptionInserts a clip in a new location
SpacebarPlays around the edit point in the Trim Edit window
Option-dragDrags a copy of a clip to a new sequence location
Option-QSelects the User Preferences window
VSelects the edit point closest to the playhead
Cmd-7Opens the selected edit point into the Trim Edit window
Up and down arrow keysChanges the highlighted edit point to the previous or next edit point
UToggles between the outgoing clip's Out point, incoming clip's In point, and both edit points together
[ (left bracket)Adjusts the selected edit point or points left in single-frame increments
] (right bracket)Adjusts the selected edit point or points right in single-frame increments
Shift-[Adjusts the selected edit point or points backward the length of the multi-frame duration
Shift-]Adjusts the selected edit point or points forward the length of the multi-frame duration



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