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Trimming on the Timeline in Premiere Pro
Show: Learn Premiere Pro CC
Easily trim and adjust your clips on the Timeline in Premiere Pro. Maxim Jago explains how to use the Timeline's source and track indicators to control your edit, and shows why Timeline trimming is one of the most powerful and popular editing techniques. Learn more at Adobe Premiere Pro CC: Learn by Video
Arranging and trimming clips
Show: Learn Photoshop CC
Jeff Sengstack shows you how to do basic video editing. He explains how to put video clips on a timeline, review those clips to come up with an editing plan, rearrange the clips into a logical order, delete unneeded clips, and trim the clips to take out unwanted footage. Jeff goes on to show you how to several video editing techniques including making "matched-action" edits to enhance your video story-telling techniques. Applies to the CC and CS6 versions of Photoshop.
Trimming and sliding edits
Show: Learn After Effects CS6
Often, in After Effects, it’s valuable to trim and move layers in a project the same way you would edit individual clips in a video-editing application like Premiere Pro. In this movie, Ian Robinson shows how to trim and re-time multiple individual layers, each with their own animations, to create a complete composited animation.
Working with audio
This movie introduces the robust audio tools in Premiere Pro. Abba Shapiro shows how to preview and trim audio in the Source Monitor. Whether it’s an audio-only file or the audio channel of a video clip, Abba shows how to enable sub-frame audio scrubbing and trimming. He also shows how to interpret clips to combine or separate stereo channels. At the same time, he introduces fundamental audio tools that are essential to working with audio in Premiere Pro. (Premiere Pro CS6 & CC)
Performing a three-point edit
When it comes to performing precise edits without changing the timing of other clips on the Timeline, a three-point edit is a mainstay. Abba Shapiro shows how to perform a three-point edit to place a clip into the Timeline in an exact potion with an exact trim length.
Editing clips into the timeline
The Timeline is where clips are edited together to create a complete narrative. In this movie, Abba Shapiro demonstrates the basic techniques to get started trimming clips and laying them out in the Timeline. He starts by browsing clips in the Project panel. Then he previews and trims clips in the Source Monitor before adding them into the Timeline to begin an edit. (Premiere Pro CS6 & CC)
Dynamic Trimming and Editing with the Keyboard"
Premiere Pro CS6 includes several features designed to help you edit quickly and precisely with the keyboard, including the new trim mode, dynamic trimming commands, and JKL trimming commands. You'll learn how to apply these to your work in this video.
Project Panel and Media Browser Changes
In this video you'll see how the Project panel, Media Browser panel, and default workspace have changed to make it easier to find and trim assets easier. You'll also learn how to use the new Hover Scrub feature to quickly preview and trim clips.