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    Default Vegas Pro 9 - Inserting audio without disturbing other timeline elements.

    I'm sure this is just an option to turn on or off but I have four clips each on their own tracks I want to add an audio track that spans these four tracks. But when I insert the audio track it pushes all the other tracks right rather than spans them?

    Can anyone give me a friendly pointer please?

    Regards

    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulmoreland View Post
    I'm sure this is just an option to turn on or off
    It is, Paul.
    You have "Auto Ripple" left on - one of the buttons along the top. Just hover over them to find which one. Keyboard Shortcut is Ctrl-L.
    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimStannard View Post
    It is, Paul.
    You have "Auto Ripple" left on - one of the buttons along the top. Just hover over them to find which one. Keyboard Shortcut is Ctrl-L.
    Indeed I did, thank you very much for taking the time to answer.

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    Paul

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