Instructor: 00:00 If you look at this section of video right here, you can see an audio clip, but also a typo right here, where when I was just cropping out empty spaces of audio, I cropped to a place where it's just essentially the brackets right there.
00:16 You don't see this typing of the comma and the curly braces. It just skips from the typo to here, which is a little bit jarring. It's not a huge deal. There's also a quick fix.
00:28 I'm going to deselect my selection, select this clip, and come into the last place that I typed correctly. Scroll right to before I typed that R. I'm going to hit the T key to split the clip.
00:43 Then I'll select this next clip and scroll over so that I can't see the R anymore. I'm scrolling, scrolling, scrolling. You can see now the R is gone. I'll split that as well.
00:55 Now I have this selection where the R is visible. I'll just hit delete and get rid of that. Now I just have a black screen. What I can do is take this clip, which is the after the typo, and drag it over.
01:11 These are snapped together. Now you'll see it'll go from here and right into where after the typo was. I can drag out. Just hold down the left mouse button and drag this out.
01:24 You'll see it'll bring in the remainder of what I typed after that. You can see it's typing out as I scroll over. It's typing out the comma and the curly braces.
01:35 Now it looks like I just naturally typed that. I'm scrolling. You can see the comma and the curly braces show up. I didn't have to touch the audio clip at all.