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2 Select the clip you want to move.

3 Drag the clip to a new position in the Timeline.

The moved clip overwrites any clips at the new position. A gap clip fills in the vacated part of the Timeline. Note:  If you prefer to move clips left or right in the Timeline without leaving a gap, you may want to perform a slide edit. To return to the Select tool (the default), choose it from the Tools pop-up menu in the toolbar (or press A). Drag clips from and to the primary storyline You can drag clips from and to the primary storyline. This technique employs ripple edits, which affect the total duration of your project. When you move a clip out of the primary storyline, it becomes either an individual connected clip or part of a connected storyline. 1 If the Select tool is not the active tool, choose it from the Tools pop-up menu in the toolbar (or press A).

2 Select one or more clips (either clips in the primary storyline or connected clips).

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Final cut pro x user guide  
Final cut pro x user guide  
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