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Using Sony Vegas pro 8 Can't get media clips to be flexible on video tracks or audio tracks. they just keep snapping to track start or where I place them in the first place. If I split I can't move them around they just magnetize. whre do I go wrong?

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From what I understand, it appears you have the Auto Ripple button pressed. It's one of the button under and the the right of the Help option. If you activate it then all your clips move around weird if you don't know what it's for. If you deactivate it then you can move the clips wherever you want. The short cut to activate and deactivate it is Ctrl L using a Windows

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