Most useful EDIUS Video Editing Keyboard Shortcuts for cut, trim, offset and duplicate. 4 Oct Export your keyboard shortcut file from EDIUS. You should get (for versions and later) or (for version 3.x) file. Drag that file. 4 Oct Cool and useful Edius tips and shortcuts. Drag a video clip with audio onto an . Default Key shortcut for adding audio crossfade (Edius 6).

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Many years ago with E3, ksyboard was a KB shortcut that applied the default crossfade without adding a transition if the settings were ticked accordingly This feature got broken with the release of E4. Quickly move from edit point to edit point on timeline with page up and down buttons. To measure duration of any section of the timeline, set an I at start of measure point and O at end of measure point and the preview monitor will show the duration See How.

Is there a shortcut to add JUST the default audio crossfade? Preview any transition or effect all day long before committing it by simply pressing ediys play button.

I only use the mouse when I cant do something with the KB. To get Titlemotion Pro started with your favorite font, decoration and alignment etc. If you only want to do a certain number of clips, Ctrl select them or rubber band them. To change the volume of any track, open the audio mixer.

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To copy a filter from one clip to another or to many clips in one hit, See How. To fade out an audio clip the same way, the timeline cursor must be moved left by 1 frame from shortcutts end of the clip. That works, but instead of “1. Doing a search in the custom keyboard ekyboard settings for “crossfade”, there is only one command i can find “Delete Clip Crossfade” What we need is a “Apply Default Crossfade” command.



I havent worked out yet why this is. I think most crossfades are done with multiple clips.

In that case selecting those multiple clips and dragging and dropping to all at once is faster. The behaviour is intermittent, working once or a keyboarv times then stops applying any more despite clipboard not being overwritten also plenty header material.

I’ve noticed since E6, the problem is back again and i’ve not installed any virus checker. However its still a missing or broken feature not having a direct one click keyboard shortcut for applying audio crossfades. I do not have a fix but edihs add more info: Is this gone or am I just missing something?

Quickly locate unused clips on timeline with the bin search shortcurs, then you can drag these clips to a temp bin and delete its contents. As existed with E3. Hi Anton Thanks as always for your speedy and helpful reply. I’ve been using for split edits since day one although I hadn’t thought to use for crossfades until Anton pointed out.

I want to hit one key to apply a centred crossfade to the next edit point. Second thing I would like to ask – Kehboard Edius 6 I also miss the shortcut to change track focus.

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I dont think its as bad as it was when i had the virus checker running but now I get about a 5 keyboafd 6 second freeze, then white border for a couple of seconds, so about 7 or 8 secs delay. You can fade any audio or video manually by simply clicking to create a node, then pulling the start node or end node down.

I get a similar delay the first time i click the “Export” icon below the preview monitor or the first time i select “tools” from the menu. The effect will be played in preview window and external monitor in a loop until you click stop.

Change clips audio from stereo to left mono or right mono by right clicking, properties. Edius tips and shortcuts. Last edited by antonsvideo; at Change clips in bin from Now in Edius 6 this also adds the video transition, which I don’t want. Am Leyboard missing something? It is too common a shkrtcuts, not to have a KB shortcut. To change the volume of several tracks as a synchronised unit, use the gang feature of the audio mixer.

Then every time you select the audio of a shortcute and press the KB shortcut defined for “Paste Transition Out Point “, a crossfade is applied between the clip and the next assuming sufficient header material.