Playing the Clips in Sequence
You can switch the bin to sequence mode by pressing the "Sequence mode" button. The content of the entire bin appears in Sequence Viewer.
This mode allows you to rough cut a story right in the bin.
|This operation locks the content of the bin. Other users will not be able to access the bin while sequence mode is active. It is not possible to switch to sequence mode if the bin contains clips with different aspects and/or frame rates (you will be informed that the mode is unavailable).|
If several bins are open in sequence mode (or if Timeline is on the screen), Sequence Viewer will reflect the content of the active window.
During the playback in Sequence Viewer, the clip being played is marked with the red frame, and the red progress bar appears indicating the current position of the playback.
When you select a clip in sequence mode, Sequence Viewer shows the In point of the clip.
Rearranging the Clips in the ClipBin
Simply drag the clips to the desired position in the ClipBin. Cinegy Desktop shows the insertion point as a vertical yellow line. To add a clip, drag it from another ClipBin or a Roll.
Trimming a Clip
Clip Viewer provides the means to trim the clip.
|The In point represents the beginning of the In frame, and the Out point represents the end of the Out frame (or the beginning of the next frame).|
Press the "In" button or hit the I or E key to trim your clip from the left. To delete the In point, press the "Delete In" button (inverse In).
Press the "Out" button or hit the O or R key to trim your clip from the right. To delete the Out point, press the "Delete Out" button (inverse Out).
|You can hit the 6 key to play from In to Out.|
Creating a Subclip
When you mark the footage with the In and Out points, you can either save the entire clip along with the new boundaries, or you can create a subclip based on the In and Out points you set to break longer clips into smaller segments.
Press the "Make subclip" button in Clip Viewer toolbar. The new subclip will be placed in the bin where the current clip originates from, next to the original clip.
Clips that are created with the subclip function are marked with a translucent triangle in the upper right corner of the thumbnail.
|You can also use the subclip function to create and log a new master clip in a Roll. Refer to the Logging section for more details.|