Join Jason Osder for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating markers, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Essential Keyboard Shortcuts.
…A method I like a lot is using markers.…They're very flexible and very useful and there…is a keyboard shortcut that works really well.…It's very, very simple.…The shortcut for make new marker is just M and that's really easy.…But what's more interesting are some of…the different reasons you might use markers.…So here in the source, anytime we see something we might like to…use later, just tap M and you can see there's our new marker.…And we're going to talk more about how we can add labels to…markers and how we can adjust them in different ways to edit them.…
But for now it's good to know M, and it's good to know that M works on the fly.…So, if you're playing in real time and you see something else that you like without…even stopping, just boom, M again and we're leaving markers behind as we go.…So it's great when you're logging footage.…So those are some of the things with markers in…a source, but markers also work on the time line itself.…And it's important to realize that if you want marker…time lines, again it's M, but you have to make sure…
- 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
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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