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    Cameron Ward commented  · 

    @James Clark Having used both Premiere Pro and Sony Vegas the last few days I wish Premiere had this feature.

    In Vegas Pro, you can click the track in the left-hand side of the timeline and move the track up or down and the clips on the track follow.
    It's a great way of organising and you don't have to worry about the clips becoming out of sync. The amount of times I've dragged lots of clips in Premiere and then lost sync because I didn't place them exactly has been very frustrating.

    I've been editing orchestra group ensembles and moving tracks is a really quick way of organising them by instruments. If a violin clip is at the bottom of the stack but the rest of them were in the middle: In Premiere, I have to add a new track, then scroll down, find the clip, then scroll back up to the new track I just made and drop it in there. Then I have to go back and delete the empty track.

    In vegas, I can just drag the whole track up to where it needs to be.

    When editing audio, for example, Say if you have voice-overs on one track, SFX on another and music on a separate track it would be handy to move the tracks around without having to select all the clips and then drag them to an empty track with the risk of losing sync and potentially creating hours of work later.

    Hope this helps give a better understanding and let me know if you have any more questions :)
    Cameron

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    This has been driving me INSANE! Are you still having the same issue??!

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