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What is a ripple edit?

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βˆ™ 2009-07-07 21:22:58

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I think this is in the wrong section but I'll answer it anyway, a ripple edit in Premiere Pro or something is when you want to edit a clip that is in between 2 clips it realigns all the other clips and keeps them all at the same distances as they were before from the end of the piece you moved.

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A ripple edit means moving an edit point and causing the rest of the timeline to move the same amount to compensate.

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