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    newbie question...

    When I drag clips into the time line it starts the clip a few frames in and ends it a few frames from the end... What do I change to have it show the full clip start to finish when first placing it in the time line?

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    for restoring the in/out points to the first/last frame of the clip, press the 'g' key on the highlighted clip.
    If you wish to make this a global behavior, change the setting in the Preferences panel listed as Automatic In/Out Offsets to No Offset.
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    In Preferences change Editing > Automatic In/Out Offset to "No Offset".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Bates View Post
    In Preferences change Editing > Automatic In/Out Offset to "No Offset".
    But before you do, you should probably consider the reason SE defaults to chopping 1 second off each end of a clip ... it's so that transitions don't take frames from the part of the video clip you actually want to see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SBowie View Post
    But before you do, you should probably consider the reason SE defaults to chopping 1 second off each end of a clip ... it's so that transitions don't take frames from the part of the video clip you actually want to see.
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