Timeline Trimming: The Slip view

In the previous video, we looked at the trimming tools and the trim view. The trim mode was primarily focused on trimming transitions and cuts in the sequence. Another trimming tool you will use is slipping. This is when you don’t adjust the transitions of the edit but instead change the timings of the media

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Why Do We Have Pubic Hair?

Why Do We Have Pubic Hair?

Pubic hair, the hair that grows around the genital area of an adolescent or adult human – and sometimes stretches beyond – seems not to be in vogue these days. We start to see it during what we call the puberty phase of growing-up, when androgens in males and estrogens in females rise. Some girls

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Trimming – The Slide View

Trimming – The Slide View

The final trim technique we will look at is known as sliding. This is when you take a segment and physically slide it along the sequence to change its actual position. So for example, I want an action to come in later in the sequence. Even though I am still in SELECT mode, I can

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Trimming – The Trim View

Trimming – The Trim View

In the previous videos we looked at various editing tools in Smoke. But once the majority of the edit is in the sequence, you can use the trimming tools to refine and polish the edit. The next set of videos will cover the trimming tools. Let’s start off with the general functionality. When doing most

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Do You Like My Decorations?

Do You Like My Decorations?

“Jingle bells, Jingle bells, Jingle all the way.” Do you like my decorations? Eh, no. Where’s your decorations? A wha? Where’s your christmas decorations? I, don’t have any. Oh no. Uh, it’s not really a big deal. Oh no, it’s terrible. No, I-It’s fine, really. You can borrow my decorations. Thanks but, no. No really,

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Timeline Editing: Trimming

Timeline Editing: Trimming

In the previous video, we covered some of the editorial basics. Let’s now move onto the next aspect of the editorial workflow: Trimming We’ll first start off by looking at the ever-popular roll functionality. The roll tool is active when the cursor is in select mode. When it comes to rolling an edit, you need

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Trimming – The Slip View

Trimming – The Slip View

Another trimming tool you will use is slipping. This is when you don’t adjust the transitions of the edit. Instead you change the timings of the media in the segment. So for example, I am happy with the cut in the sequence. But I want an action to happen earlier or later in a segment.

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