Ripple editing corel videostudio.VideoStudio 2018: Using Ripple Editing

 

Ripple editing corel videostudio.Corel Videostudio

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

How to Ripple Edit.Corel VideoStudio Pro Help | Using Ripple Editing

 

May 04,  · This tutorial will show you how to save time and effort by automatically syncing your titles, overlays and audio in VideoStudio with Ripple Editing. Download. Ripple Editing in Corel Video Studio Imagine that after hours and hours of painstaking work, you need to cut out a portion of your video. Even a second or two of video removed from the timeline can offset your entire project, especially if you have music, narration, and overlay tracks. 1 Click the Enable/Disable Ripple Editing button to activate the panel. 2 Click beside each track where you want to apply Ripple Editing. 3 Drag a clip to insert .

 

Ripple editing corel videostudio.Ripple Editing in Corel Video Studio – Knowledge Base

But if you enable Ripple Editing, your titles, overlays, and audio will stay in sync, even if you edit out a portion of the video. To Enable Ripple Editing: Go to the left side of the video track on your Timeline. Click on the chain lock icon. This will enable Ripple Editing on all the tracks on your Timeline. Ripple Editing Ripple Editingallows you to insert or remove clips while automatically moving other clips (including empty spaces) accordingly, to make room for it on the Timeline. Ripple editing begins after the insertion point. Use this mode to maintain the original synchronization of tracks when inserting or . 1 Click the Enable/Disable Ripple Editing button to activate the panel. 2 Click beside each track where you want to apply Ripple Editing. 3 Drag a clip to insert .
 
 
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Imagine that after hours and hours of painstaking work, you need to cut out a portion of your video. Even a second or two of video removed from the timeline can offset your entire project, especially if you have music, narration, and overlay tracks.

Catastrophe, right? Luckily, we have Ripple Editing. In this example, I brought in my Big Cats slideshow. As you can see I have a number of different elements in this project. If I change the duration from 6 seconds to 3 sections, all the titles indicating the names of the cats will end up being off by 3 seconds.

To move all these titles is huge waste of my time so let’s give Ripple Editing a try. I click on the Lock icon. This will activate ripple editing. Here, you can indicate which tracks you want to be locked. Now if I reduce the length of the title and background from 6 seconds to 3 seconds and, all the cat names and the music track have automatically moved over.

Thanks to Ripple Editing, altering this project took no time at all! If you have enjoyed this tutorial, be sure to check out the other tutorials that are available in the Discovery Center. If you have any ideas for tutorials or projects that you would like to see in the future, please leave us some Feedback. Follow Imagine that after hours and hours of painstaking work, you need to cut out a portion of your video.

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