El panel de Origen esta de alguna manera "vinculado" con el panel de secuencia.

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Llevo muy poco tiempo con el programa, y solo quiero ayuda con este problema. Estaba poniendo clips en la secuencia usando el panel de origen, y de la nada me percaté de que cuando moví la entrada de origen para poner otro clip, el clip que había puesto en el panel de secuencia también se movía. Entonces no podía mover ni la entrada ni la salida de origen para poner otro panel, porque entonces también se editaba el clip anterior, si lo hacia mas grande, se volvia mas grande. Solucioné esto saliendo y entrando al programa, pero una vez puse otro clip, el problema volvió. 

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the only time afaik that you're supposed to see this behavior is if you double-click on a clip in the timeline, it will load in the source monitor and if you move your in or out points in the source monitor, the clips in or outs in the timeline will reflect that change.   so, gotta ask, how are you loading your clip in the source monitor?

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El panel de Origen esta de alguna manera "vinculado" con el panel de secuencia.

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Llevo muy poco tiempo con el programa, y solo quiero ayuda con este problema. Estaba poniendo clips en la secuencia usando el panel de origen, y de la nada me percaté de que cuando moví la entrada de origen para poner otro clip, el clip que había puesto en el panel de secuencia también se movía. Entonces no podía mover ni la entrada ni la salida de origen para poner otro panel, porque entonces también se editaba el clip anterior, si lo hacia mas grande, se volvia mas grande. Solucioné esto saliendo y entrando al programa, pero una vez puse otro clip, el problema volvió. 

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the only time afaik that you're supposed to see this behavior is if you double-click on a clip in the timeline, it will load in the source monitor and if you move your in or out points in the source monitor, the clips in or outs in the timeline will reflect that change.   so, gotta ask, how are you loading your clip in the source monitor?

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the only time afaik that you're supposed to see this behavior is if you double-click on a clip in the timeline, it will load in the source monitor and if you move your in or out points in the source monitor, the clips in or outs in the timeline will reflect that change.   so, gotta ask, how are you loading your clip in the source monitor?

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Just solved it thanks to your reply.

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so were you double clicking on a clip in the timeline to load it in the source monitor?  if so, rather than doing that you should be selecting the clip in the timeline and going to the sequence menu and choose "match frame" or use the keyboard shortcut which on my system is "f". 

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