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how to snap clip in timeline???

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I have video that needs a lot of snipping. Is there a way to automatically snap a selected clip in the timeline to a previous one? at the moment I have to do a lot of zooming out, select, drag.. see photo of what I am trying to do. the right hand clip needs to be dragged to the leftCapture.PNGCapture.PNG

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well here's a thought.  if you have the track involved as the only one on on the record side of the patch panel, select the clip, cut (control-x on the pc, command-x on the mac), hit the up arrow to go to the end of the last clip and paste...  (control-v or command-v).  does that work for you?

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how to snap clip in timeline???

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I have video that needs a lot of snipping. Is there a way to automatically snap a selected clip in the timeline to a previous one? at the moment I have to do a lot of zooming out, select, drag.. see photo of what I am trying to do. the right hand clip needs to be dragged to the leftCapture.PNGCapture.PNG

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Correct answer by mgrenadier | Adobe Community Professional

well here's a thought.  if you have the track involved as the only one on on the record side of the patch panel, select the clip, cut (control-x on the pc, command-x on the mac), hit the up arrow to go to the end of the last clip and paste...  (control-v or command-v).  does that work for you?

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is "snap in timeline" what your looking for?  It's in the sequence menu.

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Hi There,

 

I am looking to automatically snap the selected clip without dragging all of them to the left

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No can do.

Delete gap might be an option.

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That's pretty disappointing 😕

 

I make woodwork videos and out of my 10 minute clips I might only use 2-3 minutes. Would really like this to be a feature. Like a hot key to snap the selected clip to the nearest clip in the time line. Zooming out heaps then trying to drag left can be annoying with an ultra wide monitor. Most the time I don't select the clip and extend it instead 

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well here's a thought.  if you have the track involved as the only one on on the record side of the patch panel, select the clip, cut (control-x on the pc, command-x on the mac), hit the up arrow to go to the end of the last clip and paste...  (control-v or command-v).  does that work for you?

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YES!!!!

 

Thank you so much!!!

 

This makes it so much easier. quick tap of a few keys and I have the clip where I want it. seriously, you've saved me a ton of time. If you are ever in Melbourne AUS drinks are on me!!!

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