In this lesson our instructor talks about the source and program monitors. First, he discusses adding buttons, deleting buttons, still resolution, playback resolution, using markers, sync lock, and track lock. Then he talks about moving clips, extracting clips, deleting clips, and finding holes in timeline.
For selecting parts of a clip to use in the timeline
Can speed up your rough cut creation, as you are dealing only with subclips
The Program Monitor
Allows you to watch your program as it comes together
Also displays effects and transitions, so you can see how they look when applied
You can add and remove buttons from both panels to clean up the interface
Markers can be used to find specific spots in your video, for lining up audio and video
Sync Lock allows you to lock two or more tracks, so when one moves, all of them move
Track lock is like Sync Lock, but for a single track
Dragging a clip from the Source Panel onto the Program Panel will place the beginning of the clip at the Current Time Indicator
Dragging a clip from the Source Panel onto the Timeline allows you to place it exactly where you need it
You can also drag just the video, or just the audio from the Source Panel
There are multiple ways of doing pretty much everything because everyone has their own way of editing. They can choose which is best for them
The Source & Program Monitors
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