Saving favorites


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Saving favorites

Now, once you've worked really hard to either get your effects or your presets exactly how you like them, it would be great if you can save them, and Adobe Premiere Pro 6 absolutely lets you do that. Let's go ahead and look at some options you have once you've created the perfect effect. I'm going to go ahead and grab this Narrator clip and just throw it a little later on the Timeline and grab a different shot and put it on top just to make another picture-in-picture. Now, if I'm in a show, and I really like the effect that I've built, I could simply Copy--the keyboard shortcut would be Command+C or Ctrl+C if you are on a Windows machine--and then I can go over to a single clip or select multiple clips, simply right-click and go Paste Attributes.

As soon as I do that, everything that I copied from the first clip is now pasted onto the second clip. So I have a perfect picture-in-picture, and this would be great if I wanted to have just some continuous cutting betwee...

Saving favorites
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Saving favorites 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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Video
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Premiere Pro
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