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A Tour of Adobe Premiere > Splitting a clip

Splitting a clip

Sometimes you may want to superimpose a portion of a clip. To do this, you need to split the clip to create two or more separate clips. Here you'll split the Fastslow.mov clip so that you can make a particular portion of it change speed and fade out.

1.
In the Timeline window, move the edit line across the Fastslow.mov clip until you see the shot of the unobstructed bleachers (about 11:18). Leave the edit line positioned at this point.



2.
In the Timeline window, select the razor tool ( ).

3.
Position the pointer over the Fastslow.mov clip at the current edit line, and click.



Premiere cuts the Fastslow.mov clip at the point where you clicked, creating two separate clips.


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