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Lesson 7. Advanced Editing Techniques >  Understanding Paste Custom

Understanding Paste Custom

With the Paste Custom command, you can paste either the content or the settings of the clip you have copied. If Content is selected in the Paste Custom Settings dialog box, this command pastes the copied clip into a clip or an empty space that you have selected in a track. You can choose from a list of options for manipulating the clips at the edit point, such as moving the In or Out point of the source or destination, changing speed, or shifting tracks. As when using a three-point edit, you should select an option that preserves the critical In and Out points involved in the edit. The option you select is dependent on the durations of the source material and the gap.

In a later lesson, you'll use the Paste Custom command to copy settings from one clip to another ( "Copying filters and settings" ).


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