Why there are two white arrrows pointing each other during editing?

New Here ,
Jun 09, 2021 Jun 09, 2021

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Hi there,

I'm wondering why there are two arrows pointing to each other after I splitting the clip into two? Any chance I can get rid of the arrows?

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 09, 2021 Jun 09, 2021
Timeline > wrench > Show Through Edits. If you right click on the edit you can undo your cut, stitch it back together again.

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Enthusiast , Jun 09, 2021 Jun 09, 2021
Hi, This is the Show Through Edit function. This is made to show that there is a cut but no images as been removed or added yet. You can right click on the cut and choose " Join Through Edits ". To get rid of it, go in the wrench icon on your timeline and deselect the option. 

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Timeline > wrench > Show Through Edits.

 

If you right click on the edit you can undo your cut, stitch it back together again.

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Thanks!

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Hi, 

This is the Show Through Edit function. 

This is made to show that there is a cut but no images as been removed or added yet. You can right click on the cut and choose " Join Through Edits ". To get rid of it, go in the wrench icon on your timeline and deselect the option. 

 

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Just remember if you have added any effects to the clips the 'through edit indicator' will still show even if the clips are now effectivly different. I have found any effects settings on the earlier clips in the timeline will be transfered to the later ones.

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