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Stretch Clips to Keyframe 3 months, 3 weeks ago #177699

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I feel like this could be really simple but I just haven't been able to work it out myself yet. Is there a way of shortening/lengthening multiple clips to a particular keyframe? The edits I'm doing require the lengths of the video/image clips to fit the length of the music in each one, and I find it quite time-consuming sometimes to amend them manually.

Re: Stretch Clips to Keyframe 3 months, 3 weeks ago #177703

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Do you just want to adjust the timing of the cut (no matter on which frame), or adjust the speed accordingly?
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Re: Stretch Clips to Keyframe 3 months, 3 weeks ago #177704

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Just the timing - the three video channels I have only contain static images so just need stretching in time.

Re: Stretch Clips to Keyframe 3 months, 3 weeks ago #177705

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Where do the keyframes come from?
Added by you to the audio track, and now you want to apply it to video tracks?
Or do not these keyframes exist yet?
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Re: Stretch Clips to Keyframe 3 months, 3 weeks ago #177706

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Ambientologist wrote:
... the three video channels I have only contain static images ....

Only 3 images in total?
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Re: Stretch Clips to Keyframe 3 months, 3 weeks ago #177707

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I haven't actually made any for this purpose, I just want to have the image clips stretch to the end of the audio track; I imagine if there's a way to do this quickly (without stretching them manually to the end, and zooming in to get it precisely in line), it'll involve creating keyframes or the 'out' marker, right?

Re: Stretch Clips to Keyframe 3 months, 3 weeks ago #177709

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schrauber wrote:
Only 3 images in total?


See here for an example of what I'm doing: www.dropbox.com/s/gkuh1b8fr7lbwly/Ona%20Test%2017.mp4?dl=0
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Re: Stretch Clips to Keyframe 3 months, 3 weeks ago #177710

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If your audio does not contain any cuts or other markings, then see Video:
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This also works without a mouse, only with the keyboard in seconds.
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Re: Stretch Clips to Keyframe 3 months, 3 weeks ago #177711

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Ah there we go, perfect! Thanks very much.

Re: Stretch Clips to Keyframe 3 months, 3 weeks ago #177712

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I see text effects in your video.
If you add the effects after the video segment has been trimmed to the right length, there should be no problem.
Otherwise, if there are problems with the effect time, then we should look at the effects and the trim settings.
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