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Unless this is a new 'feature' of CS4, performing the action you describe has always shifted all the clips in every track for me.
Jim: you're right. But that's part of the problem :-)
Say I have a clip that starts at 00:02. The title also starts at 00:02. I shift the in point of that clip 1 sec to the left. This means this clip (and thus the entire sequence) becomes 1 second longer. All the other tracks (including the title track) are shifted one sec to the right. BUT, the clip still starts at 00:02, so the title OF THIS CLIP should not be shifted (while that clip's title is now at 00:03).
Actually, the title of that clip should be shifted. It is, after all, a separate clip on a separate track.
Sounds like things are working correctly to me.
I suppose you're right. It's just not the behavior I'm looking for :-)
I don't suppose there's a way to just lock 1 title?
No. You can only lock entire tracks.
But really, how hard is it to move that title back?
Is there really no way of bidirectional (or asymmetric trimming in PPro?
OP wants to trim A side of V1 clip at 02:00 and A side of V2 title at 05:00 (or wherever) - easily accomplished in other NLEs by being able to select different sides of multiple ripple edit points. Not easily accomplished in PPro as far as I can see, which would seriously hamper it competing with other NLEs.
Please do tell if there is a way of doing this.
As far as I know you can only ripple edit one clip at a time, and all other clips in unlocked tracks are shifted.
Unless you are changing duration of multiple clips on the timeline, and have selected the "ripple the timeline checkbox."