Join Jason Osder for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding and changing shortcuts, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Essential Keyboard Shortcuts.
…We're working on customizing the keyboard.…And I want to look closely right now at the heart of the matter, which is…remapping keyboard shortcuts to be different keys or…adding new shortcuts that don't exist by default.…So let's take a look.…All of this action is going to be in the…Keyboard Shortcut window which you access through the Premiere Pro menu.…And we've looked at parts of this already, but I'm going to zoom in a little bit.…And, we know that this section is a guide to all of the existing keyboard shortcuts.…
So, to experiment with new ones, I'm just going to pick the edit section…which has a lot of familiar things, that we're used to, cut, copy, paste, and etc.…And if we go down, we notice that not everything has a keyboard shortcut.…So edit in Adobe Photoshop, for instance, has no shortcut.…Maybe you're doing that a lot, you're working with a lot of photos and you find…yourself going back and forth a lot, so…a simply key stroke maybe it would be convenient.…So I click in here and I can now type anything I want, a letter or…
- Saving, closing, and quitting with shortcuts
- Exporting a movie with a shortcut
- Importing and logging footage with shortcuts
- Marking and adjusting in and out points with shortcuts
- Zooming on the Timeline
- Toggle snapping
- Customizing keyboard shortcuts
- Invoking multiple shortcuts with one command
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Premiere Pro: Documentary Editingwith Jason Osder3h 48m Intermediate
Premiere Pro Guru: Organizing Assetswith Jason Osder2h 31m Intermediate
1. The Power of the Keyboard
2. Global Shortcuts
3. Project and Metalogging Shortcuts
4. Shortcuts for Navigating and Marking Footage
5. Timeline and Toolbar Shortcuts
6. Customizing the Keyboard
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