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Cut The Middle Out

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Hi,

In VideoWave if you click on a frame in the STORYLINE you can edit the end and beginning of a video clip. Is there a way to remove a dull center of a video clip where nothing is happening???

Thanks in advance,

Bill in Las Vegas

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Hi,

In VideoWave if you click on a frame in the STORYLINE you can edit the end and beginning of a video clip. Is there a way to remove a dull center of a video clip where nothing is happening???

Thanks in advance,

Bill in Las Vegas

:unsure:

 

I'd like to cut out from :4.13 to :8.16 leaving the beginning and the end just taking out the middle.

Bill in Las Vegas

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I haven't used the product yet, but I'm thinking worst case you could edit the file twice: in the 1st edit you grab the beginning & save the file, then on the 2nd you only save the end you want & then you take the two files & create what you want. I know its three steps but you get the end result.

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I'd like to cut out from :4.13 to :8.16 leaving the beginning and the end just taking out the middle.

Bill in Las Vegas

There are many ways of doing this.

 

(1) One uses Markers, and can be found here:

 

<http://img.roxio.com/enu/flash/ekb_tutorials/EKB_EMC10_EditVideo/index.html>

 

Select "Editing and Enhancing your Memories in Video"

 

Then select "Working with markers in Timeline view:"

 

3. To delete a section of your production between two markers:

 

 

(2) Another way is by splitting the video:

 

<http://saknis.net/Roxio/V8-V9.htm>

 

Select "Cutting out a Section of Video"

 

Jim McV

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