Selecting Single Edit Points
A single edit point refers to a single clip item’s In point or Out point, or two adjacent
clip items’ Out and In points, respectively.
To select a single edit point in the Timeline, do one of the following:
Select the Selection tool in the Tool palette, then click an edit point to select it in
Note: You can double-click the edit point to open the edit in the Trim Edit window. See
Chapter 20, “
Trimming Clips Using the Trim Edit Window
,” on page 357 for information
about using the Trim Edit window.
Press V to select the nearest edit point.
If an edit point is already selected, you can do the following:
Â Press ‘ (single quote) or the Up Arrow key to move the playhead in the Canvas and
Timeline to the next edit point, which is automatically selected.
Â Press ; (semicolon) or the Down Arrow key to move the playhead in the Canvas and
Timeline to the previous edit point, which is automatically selected.
Edit Selection tool
Fine-Tuning Your Edit
Note: You can also select the Ripple or Roll tools, and then select an edit point. For
more information, see Chapter 18, “
Performing Slip, Slide, Ripple, and Roll Edits