Setting up the default transition


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Setting up the default transition

Setting up a default transition can really save you a lot of time. Let's say we want to apply a cross dissolve between all of these clips. We could open up Video Transitions, Dissolve and just drag-and-drop Cross Dissolve to all of our clips. That would take a long time. But if we had a real genuine project that went on for several minutes or an hour, that would be ridiculously long. So what we can do is use a default transition. I'm going to select video track 1 to target it. I'm going to hit Page Up to go to the cut point here. I'm going to a hit Command+D on the Mac or Ctrl+D on the PC.

That will create a transition automatically. Now when you see Cross Dissolve and it has a red outline around it, that red outline indicates that this is the default transition. Let me un-target the audio track here. Then Command+D and then Page Down, Command+D, Page Down, Command+D. And it's just that easy. We've applied a Cross Dissolve transition to every single cut point. Now what...

Setting up the default transition
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Setting up the default transition provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the Premiere Pro CS5 Essential Training

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Video
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Premiere Pro
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