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Question about Movie Studio Platinum 13 was created by larlynn33

I have a video of a championship basketball game recorded in 1966 (I got this video from a digitized version of 16 mm film that is 17 fps). The film was made as a coach's film, so it isn't a continuous filming of the game. It starts and stops with certain action in the game.

I also have a radio broadcast of that game.

Dr. Zen gave me the correct solution for handling the radio broadcast being faster than the video and that's working fine.

New problem is because the video shots are not continuous action of the basketball game, I have to split and move the video to catch it up with the radio broadcast.
That was going OK (though tedious), but the last split that I did caused a cross fade to be created in the section that had just been handled by the split and it created some wavy doubling of images in that section I had just fixed so that the audio matched the video.

I need to learn how to delete a crossfade like the one that was created or how to split so that the crossfade is not created. I studied up from the index but couldn't find a solution.

I'm a novice but I'm learning.

Thanks for reading my situation and if there is a viable answer, I'm eager to apply it to make this a professional video.

Lawrence Lynn
02 Oct 2019 08:32 #1

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Replied by DoctorZen on topic Question about Movie Studio Platinum 13

I need to learn how to delete a crossfade like the one that was created or how to split so that the crossfade is not created.


While you are editing, use CTRL + Z to undo an unwanted edit.

A crossfade is just 2 pieces of media that are overlapping.
Drag video segment on the right, too the right, to un-do a crossfade.

I recommend you read 2 FAQs on how to use the Auto-Ripple tool.
This can be very handy when you need to fix something in the middle of project.
Read this first:
www.moviestudiozen.com/doctor-zen-faq/182-rubberband-media-on-timeline
Then read the specifics for version 13:
www.moviestudiozen.com/doctor-zen-faq/520-auto-ripple-settings-movie-studio-platinum-13

Tip: Save progressive versions of your projects while editing (every 5-10 minutes), by using the Save As function instead of only Save.
Example: your-project-v101, your-project-v102, your-project-v103,......
If you make a big mistake, you can open a slightly older version and re-do your last couple of edits.
Remember to turn everything off at least once a week, including your brain, then sit somewhere quiet and just chill out.
Unplugging is the best way to find solutions to your problems.
Peace :)
02 Oct 2019 10:00 #2

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Replied by larlynn33 on topic Question about Movie Studio Platinum 13

Thank you, Sir. I tried to drag the video segment on the right to the right and since that didn't handle the crossfade, I guess I somehow got two segments overlapping.

I didn't have that trouble with the first splits I did and move segments to the right, so I guess I had no overlaps on those.

I'll have to go back and check what I did and fix that and come forward - tedious process, but that's the way it is.

I tried to work with the Auto Ripple, but nothing occurred - guess that doesn't apply to splitting and moving segments.

Thanks for your help.

Lawrence Lynn
03 Oct 2019 03:09 #3

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Replied by DoctorZen on topic Question about Movie Studio Platinum 13

I tried to work with the Auto Ripple, but nothing occurred - guess that doesn't apply to splitting and moving segments.


If I was to take a guess, I think your original problem may have been caused by having Auto-Ripple accidentally turned ON.
It is a very powerful tool and has 3 settings - this is shown in my FAQ article.
Make sure Auto-Ripple is turned OFF when not using it, otherwise it can create a GIANT mess on the timeline.

To understand basically how Auto-Ripple works, start a new test project and add just one video.
Turn Auto-Ripple on.
Now cut a section out of the middle of your video.
As soon as you delete the section, you will see the remaining parts snap together.
Remember to turn everything off at least once a week, including your brain, then sit somewhere quiet and just chill out.
Unplugging is the best way to find solutions to your problems.
Peace :)
03 Oct 2019 12:56 #4

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Replied by larlynn33 on topic Question about Movie Studio Platinum 13

Thank you, sir. Maybe having had Auto Ripple turned on caused the problem, but I don't think so.

I had very good success using the tool you gave me to slow down the audio to match the video, but then I got to a point where the audio was such that I had to do a split to move the audio and foolishly didn't notice that this may have changed all the little edits I had done to the video in the first quarter of the basketball game.

When I went back to check over my work, I found that I had to redo the edits and have to once again slow down the audio of edits that had been perfect when I previously did them.

I did do a lot of "saves as" - so went back to some to find out if any were not messed up - and I found the one with the split audio but I still have trouble getting the edits to "stick".

Is there a suggestion on how I can handle so I can split the audio and keep the edits correct so I don't have to continuously go back and correct them?

Thanks for any help with this.

Lawrence Lynn
14 Oct 2019 14:38 #5

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Replied by DoctorZen on topic Question about Movie Studio Platinum 13

You have to be very careful when using the Auto-Ripple tool - it can take a while before you understand exactly how it can effect a project.
If you set Auto-Ripple to only the first setting, only the events on the track you are working with will be affected.

If you are accidentally changing your project, you can lock any parts you don't want changed after they have been edited/
Hold the Shift key down and select ALL pieces that are finished, then right-click and go to Switches and select Lock.
AND/OR
You can Lock many different events as a New Group.
Hold the Shift key down and select all Video and Audio pieces, then press G for Group.
This will create a new group.
Remember to turn everything off at least once a week, including your brain, then sit somewhere quiet and just chill out.
Unplugging is the best way to find solutions to your problems.
Peace :)
14 Oct 2019 18:42 #6

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