Using Ripple Edits and Delete in Premiere Pro


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Using ripple edits and ripple delete

So again, we have these two clips here. We have the clip of flowers in the fridge followed by another clip of the inside of this flower shop here. Only this time I'm not bothered to go through and perform a preliminary edit on this flowers footage. So, we have a bunch of junk in the beginning where we're trying to pull focus, and all that jazz and really at about 14 seconds in, we get to what we want. Now that's no problem, right? We can just go and put our cursor at the beginning of the clip and then just drag our cursor at the beginning to our Current Time Indicator and then we've trimmed this.

The problem now is that we have multiple clips, and that's created a gap in our project. We could go and click and drag a marquee around both of our clips to select them and then move them back to the beginning, but that's a lot of work. If our project was more complex, that would be next to impossible. So what we can do instead is just right-click in this blank spot here a...

Using ripple edits and ripple delete
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Using ripple edits and ripple delete 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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Premiere Pro
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