Now that we have our audio clips in place, we want to trim the video clips so they're not too much longer than the audio clips we've added. We'll want to do this with the Ripple Edit tool, to make sure we don't have any gaps between video clips. Using the Ripple Edit tool will also ensure that our audio clips stay in place in relation to the video clips.
When trimming the ends of the video clips, you may want to watch each clip close to the end of the corresponding audio clip, and try to trim the clip to where the dancers are finishing a move.
Step 1. Move the playhead to the end of w.mp3.
Step 2. Preview the waltz.mp4 clip from this frame to the next clip several times, and find a spot where you would be comfortable trimming the clip.
Step 3. Move the playhead to that frame on the Timeline.
Step 4. Use the Ripple Edit tool to trim the end of the video to the desired frame.
Step 5. Repeat steps 2 through 4 to trim the clips tango.mp4, chacha.mp4, and swing.mp4.
Step 6. Save the project.