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Chapter 6. Additional Editing Tools > Copying and Pasting Clips

Copying and Pasting Clips

Clips or portions of clips can be copied and pasted inside the Timeline. To copy a clip or segment of the Timeline, mark an IN and OUT point. Select which tracks you’d like to copy. Press Command+C (Macintosh) or Ctrl+C (Windows) to copy the clip. Remove your IN point and place your Position Indicator where you want to paste the clip. Press Command+V (Macintosh OS) or Ctrl+V (Windows) to paste the clip into its new position. Be aware—the clip will be pasted in as a splice-in edit, not as an overwrite.

Using the Clipboard

At anytime, you can store footage into the clipboard to use. This is a great way to loop a music track, or use a section of the Timeline over and over again. To copy material to the clipboard, mark an IN and OUT around the material you want to move to the clipboard. Then select the Copy to Clipboard button (see Figure 6.24). This button will need to be mapped.


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