The active sequence strip is displayed with a light outline. The entire strip could be selected by clicking RMB in the middle of the strip.
The Select Menu helps you select strips in different ways.
- Strips to the Left
- Select all strips to the left of the currently selected strip.
- Strips to the Right
- Select all strips to the right of the currently selected strip.
- Select Linked Time Ctrl-RMB
- Selects the strip under the cursor as well as all strips with the same start/end.
- Select Surrounding Handles Alt-RMB
Selects the strip under the cursor as well as the handles of neighboring strips.
Select with this method to move a strip that is between two others without affecting the selected strip’s length.
- Select Both Handles Alt-RMB
Select the handle under the cursor as well as the handles of the adjacent strip.
Select with this method when you want to change the timing of a cut.
- Select Linked L
- Select all strips linked to the currently selected strip.
- Select Grouped Shift-G
Selects strips according to their relation with other strips.
- Selects any strips of the same type within a category for example, if you have a cross strip selected this will select all other effect strips.
- Global Type
- Selects any strips of the same type, e.g. Effect, Image, Movie, etc.
- Effect Type
- Selects all effect strips.
- Selects strips that share the same data, for example, two image strips sharing the same image file.
- Selects the strip that shares an effect strip.
- Selects the effect strips, if any, linked to the currently selected strip.
- Selects any strips that occur on the same frame as the current.
- Select All A
- Selects all the strips loaded.
- Select Inverse Ctrl-I
- Inverts the current selection.
- Border Select B
- Begins the Box mode select process. Click and drag a rectangular lasso around a region of strips in your Sequence workspace. When you release the mouse button, the additional strips will be selected.