The initial values in timecode fields are established by your marking operations (using the IN and OUT buttons on the Control Surface). Afterward, they can be modified (within the bounds of actually recorded footage) in several different ways:

- You can simply drag the mouse pointer left or right above a timecode field.

- Or navigate to the field using arrow keys, etc. (snapping the current timecode value into the FastClip dataview beneath the Output A monitor), then edit the existing value using the keyboard and press ENTER

Another approach to trimming is to Jog (using the Control Surface) to a different timecode position, and then hold down SHIFT while pressing IN or OUT to update the current In Point or Out Point respectively. (See also Section 11.4, Playing Clip.) Of course, changing the value of the In Point or Out Point will have an effect on Duration, and vice versa. (Editing Duration normally affects the Out Point, providing the desired length can be achieved by doing that alone; in rare cases when the Out Point reaches the end of the recorded footage, the In Point is adjusted as required).

Tip: The Jog control is normally restricted to the established length of the clip, as established by its In Point and Out Point. To move into frames beyond this range, hold down SHIFT

Naturally, all clips for the current event are affected by trimming operation as above. In the case of multi-selected events, only the displayed clip and associated clips for the same event are trimmed.

Tip: Individual clips that have been added to a PLAY LIST can be trimmed independently, without altering the timing of the original event in the CLIP LIST, or other PLAY LIST clips originally added from the same event

Section 11.3.2

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