Adding and rearranging clips in the Timeline using modifier keys


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Adding and rearranging clips in the Timeline using modifier keys

The Premiere Elements Timeline works much like timeline you find in expensive professional video editors, such as Premiere Pro. It gives you more options than the Sceneline. One place that comes into play is when you rearrange or insert clips in the Timeline. The Timeline has some default behavior, standard behaviors that might go counter to what you might expect. To bypass those default behaviors, you use what's called keyboard modifiers. Keys you hold down as you manipulate a clip with the mouse. There are only two sets of keys that come into play here.

In the Windows version, it's Ctrl+ Alt+Shift and in the Mac version it's Command+Option+Shift. Let me show you what works. We will take five clips and put them on the Timeline. I will take grocery1. I will go down and get 2, 3, 4 and 5, by holding down the Ctrl key here to select individual clips, or the Command key on the Mac. 2, 3, 4 and 5. Now I am going to drag these guys down to the Timeline in video 1. Now there are five c...

Adding and rearranging clips in the Timeline using modifier keys
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Adding and rearranging clips in the Timeline using modifier keys provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jeff Sengstack as part of the Premiere Elements 9 Essential Training

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