jetdv wrote on 8/13/2006, 11:36 AM
Ripple is usually turned on by Default - but there's a button for it on the toolbar - plus it has a drop down menu which will let you pick HOW it ripples as well.

To cut out a section, just highlight the section you want removed and press Delete. However, I typically will find the beginning of the section and press "S", find the end and press "S", select the piece and then press Delete.
kleb wrote on 8/13/2006, 2:57 PM
Or instead of the "S" split, I zoom in and fine tune my selection with markers "M". Then simply highlight the section between markers and use "S" to split both ends (markers) with one key-press, then delete.
JeffreyPFisher wrote on 8/14/2006, 9:33 AM
If you make a time selection, by drawing it out above the ruler, you can easily make a double-sided edit with the split command. Delete what you don't want and the press the F key for a track-nased ripple edit.

mjroddy wrote on 8/14/2006, 12:17 PM
"F" key! Very cool!
I still have so much to learn...
Jayster wrote on 8/14/2006, 12:27 PM
JPF's suggestion is great for removing audio glitches, as he discusses in his VASST training DVD!

(By the way, Jeffrey, thanks so much for the video. It helped me immensely in fixing the audio problems in my wedding video. Lots of great learning occurred when I watched it. There is no possibility to overstate the importance of good audio!)