10. Auditioning Clips

In This Chapter

Using Auditions

Creating an Audition

Auditioning Clips

Auditions and Effects

Adding and Removing Clips from Existing Auditions

Finalizing an Audition

When you find yourself needing to quickly compare how a variety of related clips fit into a particular edit, you can group the clips into an audition.

An audition is a single clip object that contains a collection of shots. Only one shot can be active at a time, but you can quickly switch between the choices to see how the different clips feel in the project.

You can treat an audition just as you would treat a regular clip: editing, trimming, and moving it as needed. However, at any point you can swap out the active pick for one of the other alternates stored ...

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