Join Jason Osder for an in-depth discussion in this video How to use the exercise files, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Essential Keyboard Shortcuts.
Before we get started, I want to take a look at the exercise files for this course. As you can see, I've already downloaded my exercise files to my desktop. And if I open this folder, you'll see that they're organized by Media and Projects. So, Media is going to have all of the source material that we edit with. There's not a whole lot of it in this project. And Projects has a project file for each one of the chapters. Now, because this is a course on keyboard shortcuts, we're not actually building or making anything.
These are just projects so you can follow along with the shortcuts that I'm learning. I really do encourage you to use your own projects here. We're not going to be really building something, just a lot of tips. So, if you want to do this with your own material, that's going to work just fine. Now, let's get started with Premiere Pro Guru, Essential Keyboard Shortcuts.
- 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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