I'm a little confused. Could you post screen shots to better describe the problem?
How do I do that? Don't see any option for it.
Thanks. Never mind--I'll try the camera icon.
1. Timeline after adding items--sound track is chopped up. Other tracks will be chopped up as well. Sound track is not grouped with or linked to anything else.
2. Slide sound track clip to left to fill the gap--this pushes everything else all the way to the right. (Scale is reduced to enable effect to be seen.)
The same thing happens, as described above, with titles--make them longer, gaps appear in the other tracks. Slide a clip to the left to close the gap, everything else jumps all the way to the right.
Message was edited by: Kawika808 - added screenshots.
Hold down Ctrl while sliding clips around.
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Thanks, I'll try it.
But this still leaves the main problem: gaps created in multiple tracks every time I increase the duration of a title or other clip, insert a freeze frame, etc.
Ctrl (or Alt) does not seem to be an option in these cases.