- 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 Intermediate
- Hi, I'm Jason Osder. Welcome to Premiere Pro Guru: Essential Keyboard Shortcuts. Most editors would agree that one way we can get more efficient in our editing is using the keyboard shortcuts. It makes us a lot quicker. The point of this course is to get really strategic about that idea. I'm not gonna try to hit every single shortcut that exists in Premiere, but I am gonna try to provide strategies, methods, ways to learn, and a lot of ways to make your use of the keyboard even more efficient. Welcome, and let's get started to Premiere Pro Guru: Essential Keyboard Shortcuts.
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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