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Fixing (undoing) a razor cut

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May 24, 2017

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I realize I can undo a clip razor cut in history; but later in the process, is it possible to glue the two parts of a clip together. I know I can just slide them side by side,or even group the two segments, but can i glue them together?

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Right click on the cut in the timeline and from the drop down menu choose Join Through Edits.

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Fixing (undoing) a razor cut

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I realize I can undo a clip razor cut in history; but later in the process, is it possible to glue the two parts of a clip together. I know I can just slide them side by side,or even group the two segments, but can i glue them together?

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Correct answer by Meg The Dog | Adobe Community Professional

Right click on the cut in the timeline and from the drop down menu choose Join Through Edits.

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Right click on the cut in the timeline and from the drop down menu choose Join Through Edits.

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Perfect. Thanks very much

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May 24, 2017

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Or delete any part of razored clip and drag the end to fill the space.

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After years of editing, I finally figured out how to do this. Thank you very much Meg The Dog.

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It only seems to work on a clip if there were NO edits... I'd like to make a clean track (NOT a nest) of a single track -- like Render and Replace? - so my timeline is cleaner and I can further edit/mix better.

 

Freak out on this:  https://www.dropbox.com/s/xa09gdycpcard2k/Screenshot%202020-06-09%2016.42.08.png?dl=0

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Thank you! I was starting to lose my mind then tried it with a fresh raw clip an it worked.

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Sep 11, 2020

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I made a tutorial about how you can "undo" edits or deleting clips.
It's only 100 sec long. Hope it helps! 🙂

We all been there, where we edit for hours and suddenly realise that we accidentally deleted something. Before you turn on panic mode and throw your computer ou...

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