Ripple editing means to adjust the position of a clip in the Track view, and automatically adjust the start position of all subsequent clips to compensate for the change.Ripple editing is a convenient way to arrange clips and maintain sync relationships without leaving unintended gaps between the clips.You can choose to ripple edit just the selection, or all tracks plus meter/key changes, tempo changes, and markers.
Do one of the following:
Click the Ripple Edit On/Off button . Long press or right-click the button to specify the ripple edit mode.
Click the Track view Options menu and select one of the following options:
Ripple Edit Selection. Affects all clips that are downstream from the selected clip(s). Locked clips are ignored.
Ripple Edit All. In addition to downstream clips in all tracks, also affects meter/key changes, tempo changes, and markers. Locked markers are ignored.Figure 3561. Ripple Edit On/Off button.
Changing the clip Start time in the Clip Properties Inspector.
1. Click the Track view Options menu and select Ripple Edit Selection or Ripple Edit All.
2. Drag in the time ruler or Clips pane to select the time range you want to delete, then go to Edit > Delete or press the DELETE key.
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