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Page 170 In Producer, video and audio files (and clips) can only be trimmed after they have been added to the timeline. You can trim files in different ways, such as by using the Set Start Trim Point and Set End Trim Point commands on the Clip menu. You can also quickly trim audio and video files by moving the trim handles that appear when a video or audio file is added to the timeline. A doublesided arrow indicates that you can adjust the starting or ending points of the audio or video. Figure 9.5 shows the trim handles for a selected video on the Video track of the timeline.
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Figure 9.5 Trim handles on a video file. Trimming the beginning of an audio or video file sets the trim in point, whereas trimming the end of the file sets the trim out point. These points determine the start and end, respectively, of the audio or video when it is played back in your presentation. For audio and video, the playback time cannot be extended beyond the length of the original file. When you are trimming audio and video files in Producer, you will also need to trim the playback duration for the accompanying slides you narrated or synchronized with the video and audio. This ensures that your slides are still synchronized with the audio and video after you trim them on the timeline. Splitting Files and Clips As mentioned earlier in this chapter, Producer uses clip detection to separate video files into smaller, more manageable clips. This allows you to create clips automatically in Producer. However, there may be times when you want to separate video files into clips yourself, or separate clips that are on the timeline for your current project into even smaller clips. For example, let s say you have a long video file that was shot with an analog camera or Web camera, and you used the Create Clips command. Producer separates the video into clips based on background changes. If the presenter is in front of a stationary background, clips may not be created because there are not many significant changes from one frame to the next within the video. You can then manually split the clips based on how you intend to use the video in your project. The video you are splitting may already have video effects added to it. When video effects are added, the effects are applied to both clips when the video is split.
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Page 171 A common reason to create clips of video files is to insert another video clip in the middle of one large video file on the timeline. For example, if you have one video file that shows a speaker describing a new product, and you want to insert video that shows the product and then cuts back to the speaker, you could split the video file of the speaker in order to insert the video clip of the product. You would then split the video at the point where the speaker describes the product, add the video of the product, and then continue with the original video of the speaker. In addition to splitting video files on the Video track, you can also split audio on the Audio and Audio 2 tracks of the timeline. You can split audio on the Audio 2 track the same way you split video on the Video track (or the accompanying audio for the video, which is displayed on the Audio track). Combining Clips Video or audio files that have been separated into clips can also be combined again. This is true whether clips were created through clip detection when the video was imported or by manually splitting the clips. Regardless of which method you used to create clips, you can select each contiguous clip that you want to combine again, and then use the Combine command to merge the video clips back into one large clip. Clips can only be combined if they were contiguous segments of the original video file. For example, if you used clip detection on a video file named Speaker.wmv that was recorded and captured from an analog camera or Web camera, the clips would be named Speaker.wmv, Speaker.wmv (2), Speaker.wmv (3), Speaker.wmv (4), and so forth. In this case you could only combine the clips that are adjacent to one another in the contents pane, such as Speaker.wmv (2) and Speaker.wmv (3). This is true whether you are combing clips in the contents pane or on the timeline. When determining whether you need to combine clips, think about how you want to work with the video and audio in your presentation. It may be easier to add one large clip to the timeline rather than adding several smaller contiguous clips to display the same video. However, working with the smaller video clips might be easier in other cases. Working with shorter clips enables you to synchronize the video more easily with shorter digital media files that also appear on the timeline, such as slides. If the video clips you combine contain video effects, the video effects that are applied to the first clip are kept for the combined clip. Adding Video Transitions In Producer, you have many choices of video transitions that you can add to your presentations. You can add video transitions between any two files or clips on the Video track of the timeline. The two files can be any combination of still images or videos. A video transition helps your presentation move smoothly from one video or still image to another. You can add video transitions to the timeline just as you would add any other digital media file.
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