Join Jason Osder for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting a movie, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Essential Keyboard Shortcuts.
…Some keyboard shortcuts are so good that they're worth…their own movie and in this case, I, I…like Export Movie for this reason and that is…just Cmd+M on the Mac and Ctrl+M on the PC.…And as you would expect, that is the shortcut just to make your output.…So, we're here on the timeline and we just do Cmd+M and in…one step, we come up on an interface which you may be familiar with.…We're actually accessing a media encoder through this interface.…
Now, if you're not familiar with actually…making different types of exports, you might…want to check out a different Premiere Pro Guru title all about outputs and exports.…But the shortcut is Cmd+M.…I'm going to cancel this because we don't actually need to make this export.…I do want to point out one more thing, and my…students sometimes get hung up on this when they're first beginning,…which is Cmd+M or if you just use the menu for…the Export Movie key, it is picking up on what's selected.…So, you'll notice that the first thing I did was click…once on my timeline and I see that orange highlight come up.…
- 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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