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Try turning off the top layer with the little eye icon in the track header first.
Try locking a track.
Use the Motion effect and scrub the numbers to get the job done if all else fails.
That is what I have been doing - scrubbing manually.
Wow, you would think that there whould be a shortcut though...
Refer to post 1 and 2.
> Wow, you would think that there whould be a shortcut though...
File a feature request.
While looking at a tutorial for another effect, I came across the little icon just to the left of the words Motion (in bold) in the Effect control Panel. Selct the layer of video in the timeline, click the icon (looks like a resizing window with 4 corners on the left side and a mouse pointer on the right side) and it activates the "motion path".
It won't necessarily highlight the layer if it is buried, but as long as you have the right video track selected - just click in the program monitor and drag it around and you are definitely moving the correct track...
b Target audio track below: Ctrl + Shift + -
b Target video track below" Ctrl + -
Not sure if that is what you are looking for.