2.Understanding the Workspace
3.Getting Started
4.Storyboard Operations
Adding Clips to Storyboard
Working with Clips
Split Video
Combining Clips
Image Duration
Cut, Copy, Paste and Remove
Effects and Transitions
Adding Effects to Clips
Changing Effect Settings
Animated Transform Effect
Blind Effect
Blur Effect
Brightness/Contrast Effect
Color Channel Effect
Image Transform Effect
Pan and Zoom Effect
Pixelate Effect
Posterize Effect
Rotate Effect
Threshold Effect
Wave Effect
Adding Transitions between Clips
Changing Transition Settings
Changing Transition Duration
Checker Board Transition
Cross Fade Transition
Iris Transition
Key Color Transitions
Picture Arrange Transition
Picture-in-Picture Transition
Pixelate Transition
Random Dissolve Transition
Slide Transition
Stretch Transition
Wipe Transitions
Wipe Categories
The Sound
Clip Audio
Volume Balance Control
Titles and Credits
5.Working with Projects
7.Capturing Media from Devices
8.Keyboard Shortcuts

Auto Movie Creator 3.26

Combining Clips

When clips have been created from a video file using Split Video, you may want to re-combine some of them into a larger clip, which can simplify editing operations like cut and paste, and which lets you add effects, narration or music without worrying about stretching them over several shorter clips.  To combine clips, select them all, and right-click on any of the selected clips.  Select Combine Clips from the menu.

Combine Clips

The clips you have selected will be combined into a single clip, which can then be used like any other clip on the Storyboard: dragged, copied, effects added, etc.

Only clips that are sequential in the original video can be combined.  For instance, if you have detected three scenes in a video file, and put all three on the Storyboard, you could combine 1 and 2, or 2 and 3, but not 1 and 3.  The clips must also be next to each other on the Storyboard and in the correct order to be combined.

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