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  1. Giuseppe Tullio says:

    molto interessante?

  2. Ikaro Alef says:

    Thanks! that’s what I was looking for. Great video.?

  3. CommanderSanta says:

    Great video – a little humdrum, but very useful! Thanks!?

  4. Littlemissvideoimmo says:

    finally got it! thanks?

  5. Michal Debnar says:

    nice and easly πŸ™‚ thanks for tut !?

  6. ????'zik says:


  7. Un Cuoco Da Strada says:

    thank you. is perfect for the beginners … πŸ™‚

  8. noey sean says:

    Your videos are great! I learn a lot, and laugh along the way. Thanks! πŸ™‚

  9. B. Bryant Videos says:

    Hi I am trying to edit a video with very fast beats and I wanted the clips
    to change with those beats. I used your instructions with the markers and
    they worked great. However the beats are so fast I had to slow down the
    audio so I could place the markers but when I put the audio back to real
    time the markers are still in the same place when slowed down. Guess my
    question is, is there a way to marry the markers to the audio/video clips
    so when you change the speed/duration the markers would know to adjust??

  10. Mia Montesin says:

    This was really helpful but how do you transcribe the words spoken by the

  11. SKrillEXwubs says:

    Cool, thanks!?

  12. DanielusCornelius says:

    Great tutorial. Thanks!?

  13. Ceri Lines says:

    Very handy, thank you!?

  14. juan carlo bien says:
  15. natureshotschannel says:


    Thanks for uploading!




  16. JPittsProductions says:


  17. JPittsProductions says:

    THANK YOU, THANK YOU…..!!! I’m working on a little video project for a
    kid’s birthday party and I was using your tutorial…..YOU ROCK! Very easy
    to follow along with the sound of your voice….that rolling tool thingy is
    now my best friend…..YOU GET A LIKE, A SUBCRIBER AND A COMMENT!!! I’ll
    show you what it looks like when finished….

  18. Nick Hansbauer says:

    But when using the waveforms to fine-tune your markers, you can be pretty
    damn accurate and it offers way more flexibility than an automated script…

  19. QASCustom says:

    now it all has tobe done inside preview window. which sucks,

  20. Can Karako says:

    OMG This is a editing program this should be automatic! You can never be
    %100 accurate clicking! Don’t you agree? Thanks for the great tutorial by
    the way πŸ™‚

  21. entyce66 says:

    great tutorials ive enjoyed them all very informative thx

  22. Pauline Duka says:

    Thank you! I finally made my work easier than before. You see I’m kinda
    making a rhythmic editing job here. So THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU SO

  23. chinchillawrangler says:

    awesome thanks dude. ok so what if i wanted to trim at a beat and at the
    trim i want a flash to go along with the beat…sorry im new to cs5 its
    really different compared to vegas

  24. jeremiah69100 says:

    Very good bro! i subscribed you

  25. al1080p says:

    Hey. great vid. i’m on a mac/ prem pro cs5 and everything you clicked on is
    in a different place on my mac or its called something else. is there a
    different set up I should use? help

  26. BlackMilkProduction says:


  27. Isaac Strong says:

    Yaya! thank you for this!

  28. Sun Ho Lee says:

    Great tutorial. Im using CS6 and I couldn’t find clip marker. What should I
    do on CS6 to trim to beats? Please help.

  29. jameskalu26 says:

    Hello friends please i need someone to help me get the original key-gen for
    cs5 or cs5.5 thanks. here is my email or

  30. tahititradewinds says:

    when I press the clip marker shortcut that I set (“1”), the play

  31. stokesinman says:

    1700 Views and 1 comment?

  32. QASCustom says:

    Forget about it in CS6

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