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  • Wed, Jun 9 2010 7:17 AM

    Linking Clips

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    How do you link clips to their audio in MC like you could in Liquid?

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    Re: Linking Clips

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    ColtonVideography:

    How do you link clips to their audio in MC like you could in Liquid?

     

    You can do it in MC5.

    Watch this video and you will see the function in action.

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  • Wed, Jun 9 2010 9:52 AM In reply to

    Re: Linking Clips

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    Hi,

    This question has also been answered in your other post on this subject.  Anyone who would like to add to the explanation, please go there.

    Please don't post the same question in two forums.

    thanks,
    Carl 

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