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 Post subject: Editing with a Keyboard
PostPosted: Wed Sep 12, 2018 6:17 pm 

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Has anyone had any success for using a keyboard to edit? If so do you have any helpful tips. I’ve wanted to start editing with a keyboard but not sure if it is worth it? Cheers.

PostPosted: Wed Sep 12, 2018 7:00 pm 
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Yes. I’ve used a Bluetooth connected keyboard. Works great. The best advice I can give you is learn the shortcut keys. It makes editing so much faster. I use a combination of the touch screen and the keyboard - best of both worlds.

Having said all that. I don’t like having to sit at a table or desk just to use a keyboard. That’s what desktop computers are for - not tablets!

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 07, 2018 10:56 pm 

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To edit with the keyboard, you can easily get to know all the features of the keyboard-oriented. And to edit with the keyboard, it is very important to know about the editing with the shorthand process, and from Netgear Customer Support you can easily get to know all the latest tips and tricks with the Shorthand typing and Keyboard shortcuts.

PostPosted: Mon Oct 08, 2018 2:10 am 
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Hello Not,

I think it’s press command key and hold, this bring up the list of key commands.
Note that their is a second swipe left I believe.

I use command B, then E to get to editor. Think X to get back to time line.

Arrows up with shift I think jump a clip arrows left right do other stuff, cool 😎

Either way short cuts drops editing back 30 % and some, but Lee said re tablet and desktop, I’d agree.

Regards Rob

Life is for now and not tomorrow.
Live your dreams, rather than dream about your dreams.

Rob Chisholm

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