Finding Small Unwanted Gaps in Adobe Premiere Pro

Finding Small Unwanted Gaps in Adobe Premiere Pro

In an earlier post we talked about trimming out unwanted gaps in an Adobe Premiere Pro sequence.  I wanted to show you another method to get rid of the small gaps that often show up as you drag things into a timeline.

  1. Choose Sequence > Go to Gap > Next in Sequence (or press Shift + ;)
  2. The playhead moves to the next gap in the targeted track (you can control which tracks are checked with the track targeting panels).
  3. To delete a gap, just click on the gap and press the delete key.

If you don’t want to delete just that track, press X to mark the gap then use the extract key (‘).

 

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