Target a Specific Track in Your Premiere Pro CS6 Timeline


show more Targeting specific tracks in the Timeline provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Abba Shapiro as part of the Premiere Pro CS6 Essential Training show less
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Targeting specific tracks in the Timeline

In an earlier movie we learned that I can actually put a cutaway on my second video track if I needed to either show what a person is talking about or to hide a cut. And we did this with this farmer interview shot. We had this cut right here, and we replaced it with our Avocados B-roll. Well, let's go ahead and load the Avocados B-roll back in, and if you watch that movie, you saw that I did this by simply dragging the clip to video track 2 and letting go. But that's not necessarily the fastest way to edit.

A lot of times you'll either want to drag left or right or use a keyboard shortcut. Let me go ahead and mark a good in and out point in our timeline, so when he's starting to talk about avocados... (male speaker: --water that's taking care of my avocados--) So right about when he is going my avocados, I'll mark an in point, and I'll mark an out point when he has done talking, and we'll cut get back to him. (male speaker: --taking care of my avocados and my ...

Targeting specific tracks in the Timeline
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Targeting specific tracks 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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