by Julieanne Kost

 Comments (2)

Created

November 15, 2012

In order to move more than one video clip at a time, select all of the desired layers in the Layers or Timeline panel. Then, in the Timeline panel, drag to reposition all clips. You can select clips from within a Video Group, across different Video Groups and/or any other layers in the document and move them – as long as the location that you’re trying to move them to doesn’t have other content (videos, stills etc.).

Note: To select multiple layers, Command (Mac) | Control (Win) -click the desired layers, or Shift -click to select a range of contiguous layers.

COMMENTS

  • By Bojan - 4:43 AM on November 16, 2012  

    If I can understand correctly, here you say that selected layers (clips) can not be moved to the same line (Video Group) on Timeline if there are already stills or video clips. I just tried to ensure but layers and clips selected on Timeline or in Layers panel can be moved anywhere.

  • By alice - 2:51 AM on July 2, 2013  

    there s no way to make all layers longer at the same time ?