1. Create Regions

OPEN THE TIMELINE MODULE

Select {Show > Timeline} or press [Alt+T].

  1. Locate Regions Editing in the Timeline window and activate the [Display] toggle.
  2. Click on the [+] button to create a new Region.
  3. Set the Region In-point at 00:00:00:00.
  4. Set the Region Out-point at 00:02:00:00.
  5. Create a second Region on the Timeline.
  6. Change the In-Point and Out-Point timing by selecting the Region and holding [left+click]
    while moving it on the Timeline.
  7. Select one of the Region’s edge to adjust its duration.

2. Create Cues and Jump Between Regions

OPEN THE CUE EDITOR MODULE

Select {Show > Cue Editor} or press [Alt+Q].

  1. Create a new cue. Click on the [+] button.
  2.  Activate the [Record] toggle.
  3. Navigate back to the Timeline module. Select {Show > Timeline} or press [Alt+T]
  4. Select region 1.
  5. Navigate back to the Cue Editor module. Select {Show > Cue Editor} or press [Alt+Q].
  6. Deactivate the [Record] toggle to stop recording actions.
  7. Repeat previous steps for region 2.
  8. Click on the [Go] button to jump from the current Playhead position to region 1 or region

3. Use Cue Clips to Jump Between Regions

OPEN THE TIMELINE MODULE

Select {Show > Timeline} or press [Alt+T].

  1. Add a Cue Clip to the Timeline at the end of region 1.
  2. Navigate to Cue Properties and select the region 2 Cue as its source.
  3. Double-click on the Timebar to move the Playhead.
  4. Press the [space bar] to start playback.
  5. Watch the Playhead jump to the region 2 when reaching the Cue Clip.

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