Default and Multiple Transitions in Premiere Pro CS6


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Setting default transitions and applying multiple transitions

Now when editing, there are times when you know that all of your transitions need to be a certain length. Let's say you like to make all of your transitions 15 frames, or half a second, instead of a second. And it can be really exhausting to put in a dissolve, make it 15 frames. You don't have to do that. You can do it by simply changing a preference in Premiere Pro. So go up to the Preference setting--and once again it's underneath Premiere Pro on a Macintosh Operating System, and in Windows you'll find it at the very bottom of your Edit dropdown window.

So go ahead, open up your Preferences, and you can open up General, and if you don't open up General, just go ahead and click on the top. It will take you there, and right here you can see there are options to change the Duration of your Video and your Audio Default Durations. So 30 frames is my default. I'm going to simply change that to 15, and if I want to change the Default Duration of my Audio, I can do that...

Setting default transitions and applying multiple transitions
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Setting default transitions and applying multiple transitions 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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