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A1: Set an In and Out in the clip, and choose Modify > Make Subclip.
A2: You name a marker in the Edit Marker window.
A3: Place markers in the Timeline ruler area or to a selected clip in the Timeline. You can also add markers to a clip in the Viewer.
A4: Yes. When snapping is on, you can snap the playhead to markers, and snap a clip marker to a sequence marker or other clip marker.
A5: Select the marker under the clip in the Browser, and choose Modify > Make Subclip.
A6: Select it, and press Cmd-C to copy it. Press Cmd-V to paste it back into the current project.
A7: The Control key is used to create a new poster frame (Ctrl-P).
A8: It replaces a sequence clip with a source clip aligning the two playhead positions.
A9: In rows, with each clip in the row appearing slightly lower than the previous clip.
A10: Slip or move either the video or audio track.

Keyboard Shortcuts
Cmd-UMakes a subclip
MAdds a marker
Shift-MMoves forward between markers
Shift-down arrowMoves forward between markers
Option-MMoves backward between markers
Shift-up arrowMoves backward between markers
Cmd-`When playhead is over the marker, deletes marker in sequence or selected clip
Ctrl-`Deletes all markers in sequence or selected clip
Shift-`Moves a marker forward to playhead position
Ctrl-PResets the poster frame in a clip



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