As I explain in my book, this is called timeline rippling. And it's easy to override.
To override it, hold down the Ctrl (or Command) key as you add clips to a parallel track.
Thank you Steve, what book?
Do you also have a book on Premiere 7? I could not find it on the site.
Where will the book send from if I buy it and transported by whom. Because I
do not want to pay taxes when I buy anything more from the internet.
I certainly do have a version 7 book too, Drogosan! You should be able to find it on Amazon.com if you do a search on my name.
If you are overseas and your Amazon.com doesn't sell the book, I can certainly have a copy shipped to you from my publisher. Just write to me at my first name at muvipix.com and we can work out a price.
Again, thanks for asking! I hope I can help you out.
I ordered some books from the USA and it was send by FedEx. After I had paid
a considerable sum for transport I was charged later yet another 15 euro for
tax. So it became really too expensive to do business. I will buy your book,
because I like to know more about the program premiere 7. I am a little bit
in a hurry because I want to finish my first film before X-mass. I have some
1. How do I write to you using your name on the site muvipix.com other then
using the contact-choice
2. I was editing the large file (avi) as discussed in the forum, but all of
a sudden when I wanted to cut off part of a clip a cap remained. This did
not happened before when I shortened the clip the cap was closed
automatically. It is called ripple, I think. Can you help me with this,
greetings. My name is Eduard
Please send me a private message, Eduard, and we can discuss how best to get you a book, if you'd like one.
I don't want to write my actual e-mail address in this post because spammers sometimes look for e-mail addresses on forums.
But if you write to my first name (Steve) at Muvipix.com, you will reach me.