View Snapping Segments and Crossfading Video
When the Segment Snapping button is enabled and a segment that is being moved or sized approaches the boundary vicinity of another segment (same track or above and below), it will jump to that boundary. This is useful for precise side by side placement of segments.
This feature also applies to effects.
Also, if you snap two pieces of Video together on the same track and continue to place the start of one media segment over the end of another (or vice-versa) a crossfade is created in the overlap area such that the first segment fades out and the second segment fades in. Note this only occurs when a segment is actually moved.
You can use the right click menu on the crossfade area to introduce a variety of fade types such as Slow, Fast, Smooth etc. This feature is very useful for making quick Video and Photo Slideshow mixes.
Note: When a video file which contains audio is placed in the Mixing Palette, the audio is automatically disabled from beat-syncing and the Global Tempo. We recommend watching the section Audio Disabled from Global Tempo when associated with Video File for more information on this feature.
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