When you right-click one or more selected clips and choose Split from the pop-up menu, the Split Clips dialog box appears. Use this command to split one or more clips into smaller clips.The Split Clips dialog box has the following fields:Choosing this option splits the clip(s) at the location you fill in. By default, this filed lists the Now time, but you can choose any time you want.Time Format. If you choose Split At Time, you can also select a time format for the Split At Time field from the four choices.Choosing this option splits the clip(s) at the boundaries of the selected area. If you’re splitting a MIDI clip, the split will not split any notes, so the split may not happen exactly where your selection boundary is.Choosing this option creates split boundaries in the selected clip(s) starting at the location you choose in the Starting at Measure field, and again at every interval of measures that you choose in the And Again Every “N” Measures field.Choosing this option separates the selected clip(s) and removes empty space whenever the clips contain empty space that lasts a certain number of measures, the number of which you specify in the “N” field.If you check this option, Cakewalk hides any MIDI data (such as note durations) that overlap the clip boundary, without deleting any data. If you slip edit the new clip to expand the original boundary, Cakewalk uncovers the original data. If you don’t check this option, Cakewalk deletes overlapping data when you split clips.
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