Copying and pasting clips


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Copying and pasting clips

Copying and pasting clips in your timeline is another really helpful tool but it's important to note that copying and pasting also respects targeted video tracks as well. So in this timeline, I am going to select my Timeline panel, hit the Home key to jump to the first frame, I am going to select the ducks by the lake clip and I am going to hit Command+C or Ctrl+C on the PC. You see, when you are copying clips, it matters which clip is selected. Now which clip is targeted? It's the clip that is selected that can be copied and then when I paste, hitting Command+V or Ctrl+V on the PC, then you could see that the ducks by the lake clip, the video and the audio are copied and pasted over the duck dive clip that we had here.

So we select to copy and we target to paste. Now let me undo that by hitting Command+Z or Ctrl+Z on the PC. Hit the Home key again. This time we'll do the same thing, except that I am going to not target the video track. If I select these and then copy and paste...

Copying and pasting clips
Video duration: 2m 36s 5h 38m Intermediate

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Copying and pasting clips provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the Premiere Pro CS4 Beyond the Basics

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Video
Software:
Premiere Pro
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