Please forgive, if this is a terribly stupid question:
Is there a simple way to click into a clip (in arrangement view) to set the cursor to that exact time (or the nearest quantisiation)?
Right now, L9 behaves as follows: Whenever I click into a clip, the clip gets selected as a whole.
I thought, a modifier-key could change that behavior to setting the cursor to a specific time-point, but tried to no avail. So, if I want to set the cursor to a time-point, I currently have to point the mouse into an empty track, set the cursor-time and extend the selection via cmd-clicking into the clip. Only then I can e.g. cmd-e to cut the clip. If find this quite annoying. So is there a way to directly select a time point (or a subregion) within a clip?
On a related side note: Are there ways to modify the keys such, that I can move the selected audio-material with the keyboard (cursor-keys)? Currently I can only move the selection but not the material itself. Would be nice to add that feature, eg. through command-cursor-key. Those two things could speed up editing quite a bit.
EDIT: Ofcourse, I am talking about the collapsed clip view; I know that timepoints can be selected within the waveform-view. But that takes a lot of real estate and forces me to scrol up and down all the time.
Last edited by DrTone on Mon Apr 15, 2013 12:23 pm, edited 1 time in total.