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Lesson Review

  1. What do the Automatic Settings do when creating a new project?
  2. Where are projects stored?
  3. Which edit command is depicted in the following figure?

  4. Which edit command is depicted in the following figure?

  5. Which toolbar button performs an append edit?
  6. What do the green, blue, and purple colored stripes overlaying a Browser clip identify?
  7. When in filmstrip view, which modifier key do you hold down to edit clips into the project in the order that you select the clips in the Browser?
  8. When performing an insert edit, what marks the Timeline location for the edit: the playhead or the skimmer?
  9. Identify the trim type used in the following figure.

  10. Which two interface items provide additional skimming precision in the Browser?
  11. What does the Viewer overlay in the following figure indicate?

  12. With the primary storyline determining the project’s timing, what generic clip can be inserted to “create” time between storyline clips?
  13. In the scenario shown below, what type of edit was performed in one command?





  14. Identify the edit functions indicated by the mouse pointer in the following figures.





  15. To append edit a clip into a connected storyline, what must be selected and what must not be selected before pressing E?
  16. What does the –15 dB indicate in the following image?

  17. Identify the interface element that displays the Audio meters.
  18. Describe what will occur during playback of this transition.

  19. Which interface element lets you export an iOS-compatible file of your project?


  1. They conform the project’s resolution and frame rate to the first video clip added to the project.
  2. Projects are stored within a designated event.
  3. Append
  4. Insert
  5. The Append edit button

  6. Favorite, user-applied keyword, and analysis keyword.
  7. Command
  8. The skimmer, if active; otherwise, the playhead.
  9. Ripple trim
  10. The Zoom slider allows you to see more clip content horizontally, and Clip Appearance permits you to increase clip height and hide and view waveforms.

  11. The playhead or skimmer is cued to the start frame of a clip.
  12. A gap clip
  13. Replace with gap, or lift, edit (keyboard shortcut: Shift-Delete)
  14. A: Ripple; B: Roll; and C: Slip
  15. The connected storyline’s gray bar must be selected, not any clip inside the connected storyline.
  16. The audio volume control has been lowered to play the audio clip –15 dB quieter than the audio clip’s recorded level.
  17. The Audio Meters button in the Dashboard.

  18. The GOPR0009 clip will fade in from black; but halfway through the transition, Mitch’s interview will suddenly cut in and be visible until the GoPro clip becomes fully opaque.
  19. The Share pop-up menu

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