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    My video contains many complex overlapping moving parts in 7 layers. I simply wish to push forward all layers in a single 2 minute 13.5 second sweep, to insert a single video at the beginning, ahead of the existing, completed layers. Can someone please save me many hours of individual mathematical conversions, by sharing how I can just create space at the beginning, to move the rest forward? In other words, move entire layer / layers strategically to the right. Thank you!
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    Next time you open a new thread please put in a more descriptive title rather than "help",for this time i changed your title,more people will help you that way.
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    Thanks.
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  4. What software are you using ?

    In most editors, you can group select and move all layers/tracks over all together. It might be left click and marquee select, or ctrl or shift + select to group them

    In some you can set a marker on an exact time or place so you can snap to the exact spot
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    not sure what software. thanks. will try it out.
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    In some editors, you can change the timeline forth then back. So timeline was starting at 01:00:00:00, you change it to 01:02:00:00, then you change it back to 01:00:00:00 but change mode so it doesn't let assets snap back. Now your first asset starts 2 minutes later and you just fill in.

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    Some editors let you nest one timeline in another, so your original gets nested in another, where the original comes after the new elements.

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    Just render your timeline as-is. Then create another timeline of new elements with same properties, render it. Then append the 2 together w/o re-encoding (in a diff app, like avidemux, ffmpeg).

    Lots of ways.

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    thanks. will see what works.
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