As I outlined several times, I would like (and expect) everything that is connected to my selection to be copied. Therefore the issue with the transition wouldn't even come into play, since that storyline is not connected to the selected range. Only the title is. Range+Title… nothing more, nothing less.
is in full activation mode. I just came here to make sure I wasn't just missing something painfully obvious, as it turns out more often than I'd like to admit.
This topic is very similar with my thread. and I think this request's main concept is not "track" thing. It is more related to keyboard shortcut. I saw many people want to select things with keyboard like timeline in/out. FCP X tries to make edit fast. and shortcuts are very efficient obviously. There are many good sides of new way of FCP X. but many people still wants more.
so once again. In my opinion three things are very needed for FCP X.
1. A function like Timeline in/out in order to select all clips without mouse drag.
2. FCP 7's v function = select nearest edit = select all trim point in order to trim all layered clips.
3. Audio only cross fade
TOM Wolsky wrote:
"Do you mean clips in multiple connected storylines? Not clear what you mean?"
If there is no connected clip, "[,],\" can select edit point in primary storyline.
If there are connected clips, "[,],\" can select edit point of all connected clip's together. but not in primary storyline's.
In most of case separate selection of primary clip and connected clip is reasonable. but in some case I want to select both together. For example I made lots of text information as connected clip. Because text's timing and position is important so I don't want to use marker. During the edit process, I should change my primary and connected clip's duration for many times. I can use "control D" for changing duration but I prefer trimming to do that.