In a ripple edit, an edit point is moved and the rest of the timeline is compensated by moving the same amount. The ripple edit tool (pictured right) is available in the tool panel to perform ripple edits. You can drag left or right by pointing the mouse at the edit point in the timeline.
What Does Ripple Edit Tool Do In Adobe Premiere Pro?
By using the Ripple Edit Tool, you can close gaps caused by the edit and preserve all edits made to the left or right of the trimmed clip. When you click the Ripple Edit tool, you can choose between Ripple In and Ripple Out edit points, depending on which side of the edit point you click.
How Do I Ripple In Premiere?
The Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS) keys can be used.
You can drag clips horizontally or vertically to a new location in the Timeline after selecting one or more clips from the sequence. After dropping the clips in a new location, they are duplicated.
What Does The Ripple Edit Tool Do?
Ripple Edit is one of my favorite shortcut tools in Premiere Pro. It is a trim tool that trims a clip and “ripples” the rest of the clips in the timeline at the same time. This effectively closes the gap between the two editing points at the same time.
What Is Ripple Edit In Filmora?
By removing a piece of footage from the timeline, Auto Ripple will automatically remove any gaps that may have formed. By enabling Auto Ripple, Filmora9 will automatically close the gap between the two remaining clips after you cut a portion of a video clip and delete it from the timeline.
What’s A Ripple Trim?
Final Cut Pro’s default trim mode is a ripple edit, which adjusts the start and end points of clips without leaving a gap in the timeline. The change in the clip’s duration ripples outward, moving all subsequent clips earlier or later.