sub-clips for one long clip?

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Apr 04, 2022 Apr 04, 2022

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If I have one long clip I am going to be using different segments from, I have read you can only have one in & out point set on the clip.

To achieve what I'm trying to do, is it best to create sub clips? I will need to isolate and use several portions from this overall clip, but cut out quite a bit as well.

 

Thanks.

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 04, 2022 Apr 04, 2022
If you want to use multiple parts of the same video clip then yes, you would create Subclips. That's because you can only have one "In" and one "Out" as you say, that is correct.

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Apr 04, 2022 Apr 04, 2022

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If you want to use multiple parts of the same video clip then yes, you would create Subclips.

That's because you can only have one "In" and one "Out" as you say, that is correct.

 

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This long clip is it one take or does it have several short takes.

If latter you could consider using Scene Edit Detection.

Then export the subclips you want.

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It's one long take.

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There are a couple ways, "sub clips" is one of them. The other is to use "pancake" editing.

 

Open another Timeline panel, stacked above or below the first one. Open the clip in the new one. Now as you go down the clip, simply cut (Ctrl/Cmd-K) at in and out points, drag/drop to the other sequence.

 

 

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