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Pasting into a gap

There are a number of ways to insert material into a gap in the project, including using 3-point and 4-point edits. In this exercise, you'll use Paste Custom to paste a copy of Medium1.mov into the gap you just created with the Lift button. Medium1.mov, Closeup1.mov, and Closeup2 contain the same scene shot with two cameras.

Before pasting the copy into the gap, you'll need to determine which of the four points involved in this procedure can be moved without negatively affecting the edit. Because you want to use frames near the end of this clip, moving the In point in the copy makes the most sense in this case. The position of this new In point is not critical here; you'll fine-tune it later. Premiere adjusts the duration of this clip to fit the gap when you paste it.


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