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When editing in Final Cut there are often instances where we need to edit into a space in the Timeline. If there is no audio, one option would be to close the gap and do an Insert edit. Another option would be to mark the space by hitting the X key, but that may require isolating specific tracks.

There are two other options you can include in your edit workflow.  First, after highlighting the space, mark the selection by using the Shift + A keys together. This will mark an In and Out point at the beginning and end of the space, and next you set a sync point in the Viewer before overwriting into the space. The other option is to right click in the space,  fill the space with a slug and perform a replace edit.

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