When the Sync button is enabled, all editorial operations (Cut, Trim, Copy, Delete, add a Dissolve, add black frames, Solo, etc.) and all structural operations (add a Track/Layer, add a Container, Collapse) are supported when working on stereoscopic timelines.
NoteThe sync button affects only the editorial operations. Structural operations are always performed in sync.
See Synchronizing the Left and Right Eye
Stereoscopy and Matte Containers/Multi-Channel Clips
When working in a stereoscopic project, entering the matte container or multi-channel segment shows both left and right eye content.
See Adding a Matte to a Matte Container.
Swapping Left and Right Shots
Use the hotkeys ALT+L and ALT+R to swap all shots from one stereo eye to the other on the current layer. The layer indicator will not change location. It is also possible to swap shots on all layers of the primary video track with hotkeys CTRL+ALT+L and CTRL+ALT+R.
Replacing Shots in a Stereo Timeline
When working on a Stereoscopic project, you can perform a shot replace that applies to both eyes at the same time.
NoteIn Stereo, you must replace the shot for both eyes. It is not possible to use Replace Shot for only one eye.
- Load the Timeline you want to modify.
- In the Library, hold SHIFT key and select the Left clip. A "L" icon appears on the top right side of the thumbnail.
- Navigate the Library to find the Right clip, hold SHIFT key and select the Right clip. A "R" icon appears on the thumbnail. Release SHIFT key.
- Move the selection over the Storyboard or Timeline segment you want to replace and click on the thumbnail.
Both Left and Right shots have been replaced with the selection and the grading on the original shots is preserved.