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Calhoun [Avatar]
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Hi All:
I'd like to find out how to move ALL the clips on the Timeline at the same time. I know how to move the clips individually, but need to do them ALL together so I can insert something at the beginning of the project..

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Quote Hi All:
I'd like to find out how to move ALL the clips on the Timeline at the same time. I know how to move the clips individually, but need to do them ALL together so I can insert something at the beginning of the project..

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CTRL Click each one and then move OR SHIFT and then click the end and move it then PowerDirector Tutorials Team
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CTRL Click each one and then move OR SHIFT and then click the end and move it then



Hold down your left mouse button on an empty track on the timeline and then move your cursor. You will see a box start to emerge. Every clip that that box touches will be selected. You can then move all of those selected clips at the same time.
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optodata
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If you have a big project you might not be able to see all the clips on all tracks at the same time, and by far the easiest way to move all clips at once is to type Ctrl+A (select all), then click on the selected mass then drag and drop to the right.
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