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Workshop

Review the questions and answers in this section to try to sharpen your Premiere editing skills. Also, take a few moments to tackle my short quiz and exercises.

Q&A

Q1:When I use the Rolling, Slide, and Slip Edit tools, the clip frames shift in the monitor screens, showing the new edit points, but after a while they stop and won't let me move the edit point any farther. What's up?
A1: You've reached the end of the line—the beginning or end of the original clip. There are no additional head or tail frames to allow you to move the edit any farther.
Q2:When I use the storyboard to make an “instant” music video, it inserts all the clips ahead of the music track. Why?
A2: You did not check the Ignore Audio box. By leaving that unchecked, Premiere automatically includes all the natural sound in your project and puts the audio portions on the Audio 1 and Audio 2 tracks. I'm not sure why this happens—it may be a bug—because your video clips all go on the same track and the audio clips should all go on track 1. If you want to include nat-sound audio in your music video, place the music clip on the Audio 3 track.


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