In this lesson our instructor talks about the toolbox. First, he discusses the selection tool, track select tool, ripple edit tool, rolling edit tool, rate stretch tool, and razor tool. Then he talks about the slip tool, slide tool, pen tool, hand tool, and zoom tool.
The Track Select Tool (A) allows you to select an entire track at once
The Ripple Edit Tool (B) will close any gaps, or open up gaps to accommodate your edits
The Rolling Edit Tool (N) will adjust the beginning and ending frame of any clips surrounding your selected clip to accommodate your edits
The Rate Stretch Tool (X) will speed up or slow down the selected clip to whatever length you choose
The Razor Tool (C) will cut the selected clip where you choose
Shift-click will cut all tracks at the same location
The Slip Tool (Y) and the Slide Tool (U) will adjust the clips under them so they fit properly in the space allotted
The Pen Tool (P) will allow you to draw curves on your clips’ Opacity, Volume and Keyframe values
The Hand Tool (H) will give you a hand which will allow you to move the Timeline around without worrying that you would do any edits accidentally
The Zoom Tool (Z) allows you to zoom the Timeline to a specific section, filling the screen with your selected area
Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.
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