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  • AvatarMax
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    Hi folks,

    I’ll describe what I’m trying to do by saying how I’d do it in any other NLE, I’m hoping someone can explain how on earth I do something so simple in final cut, I feel like an idiot.

    I have two video tracks on top of each other. I want to select a range on both of them and ripple delete this range on both tracks at the same time. I could do this by clicking and dragging a range over both tracks, or by grouping the two clips/tracks together.

    What’s the “final cut” way of doing this? When I have a connected clip or storyline, and I select a range on the primary storyline and ripple delete, this only ripple deletes the primary storyline, leaving my two storylines out of sync.

    Thanks for your time.

    Travis RichmondTravis Richmond
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    Unfortunately the only way to do this is to Blade through on either side of the content you would like to delete using Shift Command B, and then delete everything between the two edits.

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