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Lesson 6. Additional Editing Techniques >  Linking and unlinking clips

Linking and unlinking clips

In Premiere, you can link a video clip to an audio clip, which is useful when you want to move previously unlinked tracks together. This is called a soft link. Sound recorded on a video camera can be captured and imported into a Premiere project already linked to its video clip. This is called a hard link.

Breaking a link is useful when you want to edit In or Out points independently. You used this technique in the previous lesson to create an L-cut (see "Creating an L-cut" on page 148). You can also override a link temporarily to edit linked clips without breaking the link.


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