Let's trim the video for the purposes of making it a little shorter by right-clicking the timeline and then clicking "Set end point"
The video will be loading now. The videos do take longer to load than photos, of course, because there is a lot more information involved in processing those files. We have the video loaded. Now, we want to be able to transition it.
We click at the end of the first clip, which is a video
The second clip is a picture in this example. The next thing we are going to do is we are going to select a point at which we want the transition to occur. In this example, the point is at the beginning of the photograph.
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