Making your mark in Adobe Premiere Pro

Making your mark in Adobe Premiere Pro

As you work in the timeline or source window, you’ll come to rely upon In and Out points to accurately edit. These two points can clearly define which part of a clip you want to use, what section of the timeline you want to replace, or where to remove footage.

Here are the most essential editing shortcut commands:

  • In—Press I to add an In point.
  • Out—Press O to add an Out point.
  • Clear In—Option+I (Alt+I) to clear an In point.
  • Clear Out—Option+O (Alt+O) to clear an Out point.
  • Clear In and Out—Option+X (Alt+X) to clear both an In and Out point
  • Go to In—Shift+I to go to an In point
  • Go to Out—Shift+O to go to an Out point
  • Lift—Press ; (semicolon key) to remove the media between the In and Out point and leave a gap.
  • Extract—Press ‘ (apostrophe key) to remove the media between the In and Out point and close the gap.

 

 

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I'm a professional colorist with over 15 years grading broadcast, features and docs. I'm also an author, trainer and I speak a video industry events like NAB and IBC

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