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When dragging multiple clips, Premiere Elements 2020 will split other clips - sometimes

New Here ,
Dec 31, 2020 Dec 31, 2020

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When I'm working in the expert timeline, there are times when I'll box-select multiple clips on different tracks, and when I drag them all (say, to get voice-sync) it will split other tracks. It seems to happen mostly when I drag multiple clips over an existing one on a completely separate track. Please see the images.

 

I especially notice this when I have an audio clip in the "voice" or "music" tracks, but it does happen to regular tracks as well - audio and video. After it splits it, it puts the the first part of the split in front of my recently-drug (dragged?) clips, and the second part of the split at the end of these clips. It also "splits" the clip that "got in the way".

 

If I drag a single clip, it never happens.

 

Is this a setting somewhere that I can turn off or a way to make it so it doesn't happen? This is the kind of thing that makes want to reach into my screen a virtually punch Premiere.

 

Premiere Elements 2020 - version 18.0 (20200130.daily.2070236) Education Version

Windows 10 Pro, 64-bit, 19042

AMD Ryzen 7, 2700

16GB RAM

 

Thanks,

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LEGEND ,
Dec 31, 2020 Dec 31, 2020

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My tutorial shows you how timeline rippling works in Premiere Elements.

 

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New Here ,
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Thanks so much! I would not have, in a million years, known to search for "rippling". 

You just saved me from rage-buying a new M1 Mac and FCP. 😉

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You should check out the entire tutorial series. It's very helpful, if you're just starting out.

As is my book, of course. 😉

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