Most Avid editors are unaware that you can use the Fit to Fill button to make motion effects. If you have a space in your time line that you need to fill or you can set and in to out and simply use the fit to fill button to create your motion effect. There are a few things you need to be aware of when using the fit to fill button. By default it creates the effect using the Duplicated Field rendering which does not produce the cleanest looking motion.
You need to change this to Interpolated Fields in the render settings dialog box in your project window. It is very simple to use fit to fill and saves a lot of time if the exact duration of your clips are not important. The best way to practice this is to mark an in and out on your timeline in the desired area of your timeline. Click the fit to fill button and save to your bin of choice. I reccomend mapping it to your keyboard for easy access from the command palette or placing it as a button under your source window.
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