Marking and targeting destinations in the Timeline


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Marking and targeting destinations in the Timeline

Now that you're comfortable with bringing clips into the Timeline, you've probably done something such as grabbing your playhead and scrolling back and watching your show by hitting the Spacebar. And your playhead may be sitting far out to the right or may be sitting somewhere in the middle of the clips that you watched. If you went ahead and did exactly what we did in the earlier movie--which is bringing a clip in from the Project panel into your Source panel and then editing it into your show by a simple drag or pressing the Period key--you'll notice that the clip doesn't go to the very end like it did before. It just lands wherever the playhead is.

I am going to go ahead and hit undo and move the playhead to an empty space later and do the exact same thing. As you see, depending on where that playhead is parked, when you perform an edit, that's where Adobe Premiere Pro is going to put the clip unless you actually mark where you want the clip to go. And you're goi...

Marking and targeting destinations in the Timeline
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Marking and targeting destinations in the Timeline provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Abba Shapiro as part of the Premiere Pro CS6 Essential Training

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Premiere Pro
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