Extend the frame of a recording so you have more time to finish an action or thought.
To extend a frame, hold the “Alt” key on Windows or the “Option” key on Mac and then click and drag from the end of a clip. A copy of the frame is added to the end of the clip.
If you’re on Windows, a second way to extend a frame is to select a clip, place the playhead at the frame you want to extend, then right-click and select Extend Frame.
Extend frame becomes even more powerful when paired with a ripple move. Use a ripple move to create the exact amount of space you need on the timeline, then extend the frame to fill the space.
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