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Using the Clip > Speed/Duration command

Using the Clip > Speed/Duration command: Premiere Pro Guru: Speed Changes
Using the Clip > Speed/Duration command: Premiere Pro Guru: Speed Changes

Are you an editor who does not like to guess how long a clip needs to be in your timeline? There is a precise way in Adobe Premiere Pro that allows you to know exactly how long your clip will be. In this video, author Jeff Greenberg demonstrates how to use the Clip > Speed/Duration command in Premiere Pro to determine how long a clip needs to be.

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