This video answers a Q&A about closing gaps in the ScreenFlow and Camtasia timeline while keeping all the clips on all tracks in sync with each other.
The feature we're looking for here is called "ripple delete." The trick is to quickly close those gaps without having to perform a "select all" or multiple-clip-select (because that's a pain in the ass when you're in the middle of a long, complex project with many clips and multiple tracks) AND while keeping all clips on all tracks to the right of the gap in sync with each other as the gap closes (because audio that doesn't sync with video doesn't make for compelling tutorials). And, while we're at it, let's go ahead and address the sibling of ripple delete — ripple insert. That may become helpful when you want to add new media clips into the middle of a ScreenFlow or Camtasia screencasting project.
0:00 - How to Ripple Delete/Insert in ScreenFlow
4:00 - How to Ripple Delete/Insert in Camtasia For Mac
7:28 - How to Ripple Delete/Insert in Camtasia Studio
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