asked Apr 02 '17 at 20:39 by scazan (11)

Anyone know how to turn off grid snapping in the Clip Editor Panel?

I pulled in some audio files and they, by default, were stretched into the beat and when I turned that off the clip size didn't match the audio file size. So I'm trying to resize the clip accurately which is hard to do in the Arranger panel (which allows me to turn off snapping easily enough). I can do this more accurately (visually) in the Clip editor but everything snaps, even if I turn off all the "Snap To" options in the lower right and even when I set the grid resolution to insanely small.

Have you tried the modifier keys? shift, ctrl, cmd or alt + dragging. In some scenarios holding the modifier key bypasses grid snapping

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answered Apr 02 '17 at 23:20 by DanCR (90)

edited Apr 02 '17 at 23:20

In Clip panel you do it with: SHIFT+mouse. In Arranger panel try to select destination audio clip and press: SHIFT+TAB --> shortcut for: Edit Panel, where you can manipulate your audio clip in more detailed mode. The shortcut works in Clip/Scene Mode as well.

Enjoy :)

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answered Apr 03 '17 at 19:10 by niedobryjasiu (113)

edited Apr 03 '17 at 19:29

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