Trim a timewarp with the Timeline view or Timewarp Editor to change its length. This is useful if you change the speed of a timewarp, thereby changing the duration of the clip. You can then trim either the in or out point to include more or less of the timewarped material.
The Trim box, denoted by a white border, represents the in point and the out point of the element being timewarped. The Trim box can be trimmed to change the length of a timewarp. Head and tail frames appear outside the box.
(a) Trim box in point (b) Trim box out point
All settings in the Timewarp quick menu and Timewarp Editor are carried over to each other. For example, the on or off state of the Trim button in the Timewarp Editor is linked to the Trim button in its quick menu. Trim must be on in the quick menu in order to trim gesturally in either the Timewarp Editor or Timeline view.
|Lock Off||Trim the in point or out point of the timewarp without locking any frames in position. The Timewarp Channel curve is unaffected.|
|Lock One||Lock the frame on the current in point or out point when trimming a timewarp.|
|Lock Both||Lock the frames on both transitions when trimming the in point or out point of the timewarp. This is useful for changing the speed and duration of a timewarp while respecting the in point and out point.|