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Create soft subclips with flexible edit points
Show: Learn Premiere Pro CC
In the past, subclips had “hard” in- and out-points, limiting their flexibility when editors needed more head or tail frames for video cross-dissolves or audio crossfades. Infinite Skills author Jeff Sengstack shows you how to create subclips with “soft” edits in Premiere Pro, meaning editors are no longer limited to the original in- and out-points in the subclips.
Learn how to trim your video clips manually as well as automatically. See how to manually drag handles to set in and out points for your clips, preview them, and even split them. Also see how to use Smart Trim to get rid of your least interesting, lowest quality footage. Set up Smart Trim to automatically cut bad footage or recommend cuts and then let you make the final decisions.
Show: Digital Video CS6
Learn about the new user interface for viewing or changing keyboard shortcuts in Adobe Premiere Pro. Then, discover some of the new shortcuts for common editing commands, such as matching frames, creating and playing loops, moving between editing clips, and exporting frames.
Using the Trim Monitor in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5
The Trim Monitor maybe an often-overlooked tool in Premiere Pro that can be used to precisely tweak an edit. Karl Soule shows you how to use this feature to fine-tune the in and out points of clips on a timeline at a cut with ease.
Accelerated Editing with Enhanced Speech Analysis in Premiere Pro CS5
See how to turn spoken dialogue into searchable text either by synchronizing content with your Adobe Story script, or by using reference scripts that are optimized for your content. Accelerate editing by marking in and out points in the speech analysis text to speed production time.