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Removing Edits

Just as there are two ways to perform an edit, there are two ways to remove an edit. These actions are the exact opposite of the overwrite and splice-in features. Consider the Lift feature first. Lifting an edit is a great way of maintaining the length of your sequence. When you lift an edit out, the result is a hole of black or silence. This operation does not have to work on a clip-by-clip basis. You can, at any time, lift out entire portions of video or audio.

Performing a Lift

To perform a lift, you simply mark an IN and OUT point in the Timeline or in the record monitor. Press the Z key on your keyboard. This will lift out material based on which tracks are on and leave black, thus maintaining the integrity of the sequence (see Figure 3.26).


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