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PostPosted: Wed Oct 28, 2020 1:13 am 

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Hi, some of the questions might seem odd, since I am quite good in Luma Fusion, but I miss some basic stuff I don’t ashame of, so I ask:
1. How to connect two splitted parts of a movie/sound in one part? It is not always that I can „undo” my own decisions, since I am too far ahead with other stuff I don’t want to be erased.
2. How to align two separate (video) files on a time line? In other programs like Sony Vegas I started before discovering there was this automatic feature that when I slided a video/audio on a time line and I would get close to edge of another file below or above my file, these files would automatically align for a moment, and I would have to make another attempt to continue sliding the file. In Luma I zoom in/zoom out the time line and I do it manually. It is not that easy to be precise, so maybe there is an automatic align option.
3. The list will be continued, since I learned some stuff on the fly when writting the post and some others I forgot what it was :)


PostPosted: Wed Oct 28, 2020 1:15 pm 
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You can’t join two clips together but they can be moved as a group with multi select.
Also clips on the upper video tracks and lower audio tracks are usually linked to the clips on the main track. You will see a little link line between the tracks. These links can be turned on and off with the link button in the bottom toolbar. If clips are linked they should move together and stay synched.
Also if you multi select a group of clips they should all stay together.
Remember that the main video track is the master to which clips are linked. You might be trying to synch to a music (audio) track but that will not be the master.
It’s good to practice with just a few clips to experiment. If you play with a long project you might not notice synch changes further along the timeline.
I hope I’ve helped you!


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