You might want to apply different effects to different parts of a clip. For example, to speed up the first part but leave the second part at normal speed. To do this, you cut a clip into separate pieces, and then apply effects and transitions to those pieces. You can split a clip in a movie by using the Split Clip button adjacent to the current-time indicator. It cuts one or more selected clips at the current‑time indicator.

Splitting a clip divides it into two parts, creating a new and separate instance of the original clip. If the clip is linked to another clip, a new instance of the linked clip is created as well.

The two resulting clips, when combined, represent the original clip. The resulting clips are full versions of the original clip, but with the In or Out points changed to match the location marked by the tool. You can select and delete these clips.

注意:

If you want to change effect settings over time, you don’t have to split the clip. You can apply keyframes to a single clip instead.

Split a clip

You can split a clip at any frame, creating one clip that ends, and another that begins, at that frame. You can edit the two resulting clips as you would any other clips.

  1. Click Add media to import the video clip that you want to split. Or, select the video clip, if it is already present, from the Quick view timeline or the Expert view timeline.

  2. (Optional) Click the Fit to Visible Timeline button or press \ to view all the frames in your video clip. Alternatively, zoom in to the video clip, by dragging the zoom button to the right or pressing =. 

  3. Drag the current-time indicator to the frame where you want to create the split. 

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    A. Current-time indicator 
  4. Split the clip by clicking the Split Clip button adjacent to the current-time indicator line.

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    A. Split Clip button 

    Alternatively, to split the clip, press Cmd/Ctrl + K or choose Timeline > Split Clip. 

    Two new clips replace the original clip, one ending at and the other beginning from the current-time indicator line.

Split layered clips

You can simultaneously split two or more layered clips (clips that overlap in the Expert view timeline).

  1. Switch to the Expert view timeline.

  2. Click Add media to import the video clips that you want to split. Or, select the video clips, if those are already present, from the Expert view timeline.

  3. (Optional) Click the Fit to Visible Timeline button or press \ to view all the frames in your video clips. Alternatively, zoom in to the video clips, by dragging the zoom button to the right or pressing =. 

  4. Drag a marquee to select clips, on different tracks, that overlap at a point in time.

  5. Drag the current-time indicator to the frames where you want to make the split.

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    A. Current-time indicator 
  6. Split the clips by clicking the Split Clip button adjacent to the current-time indicator line.

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    A. Split Clip button 

    Alternatively, to split the clips, press Cmd/Ctrl + K or choose Timeline > Split Clip. 

    New clips replace the original clips, ending at and beginning from the current-time indicator line.

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