Select Clip in Source and Destination

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Select Clip in Source and Destination

Postby Larry Elliott » Thu Dec 04, 2014 10:52

I have set up some templates based on the supplied Pyramix Source and Destination ones.

For some reason I am unable to select a clip by clicking on it. If I use the clip menu select next or previous they get selected. Any suggestions.

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Larry

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Re: Select Clip in Source and Destination

Postby DJS » Thu Dec 04, 2014 12:34

Hi Larry,

In the Track Groups tab, have a look at the "No selection" setting for the Source and Destination groups. Is it switched on?

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Re: Select Clip in Source and Destination

Postby Larry Elliott » Thu Dec 04, 2014 21:55

Thanks David!

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Re: Select Clip in Source and Destination

Postby Graemme » Sat Dec 06, 2014 06:04

Bonus tip:

Holding down the 'Q' key while clicking on a clip reverses the behaviour chosen in the track group settings.

i.e. -
In 'No Selection' mode, holding down the 'Q' key while clicking on a clip will select the clip under the mouse pointer. With 'No Selection' unchecked, holding down the 'Q' key while clicking on a clip will allow the opposite behaviour and place the cursor at that point.

*Unless, of course, you didn't read the 'Commands Reference' doc very carefully and used the 'Q' key as a modifier for something else...
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Re: Select Clip in Source and Destination

Postby Larry Elliott » Sat Dec 06, 2014 06:38

Thanks Graemme

Q has not been reassigned

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Re: Select Clip in Source and Destination

Postby Graemme » Sun Dec 07, 2014 03:35

Sorry, Larry, that was a rhetorical 'you'. I think I was referencing an old thread here when someone had done something similar...

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Re: Select Clip in Source and Destination

Postby Larry Elliott » Sun Dec 07, 2014 03:43

No Problem

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