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Old 06-16-2003, 05:25 PM   #1
Registered: Feb 2001
Location: San Francisco
Distribution: Mandrake 8.1 modified
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Question cinelerra time line question...

i have 2 video tracks in cinelerra. in one is a 2 minute quicktime clip. in the second, at the one minute mark, i want to place a second clip that is 30 seconds. each time i drop the file into the second track, it snaps to the beginning and try as i may i cannot get it to move to where i want it. how do i do such a simple thing? is something malfunctioning? i have tried the alt, ctrl, shift keys with mouse drags, tried all 3 mouse buttons in different combos and still cant get that sucker to move! i've tried it under both editing modes, cut and paste and drag and drop. no luck. aaargh!


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