Grouping clips is a great way to organize your timeline, and make moving your clips around easier. Premiere Pro makes this grouping quite an easy feature to implement. With just a few clicks you will be on your way. Today I go over how to Group Clips in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
How to Group Clips in Adobe Premiere Pro CC
- Create or navigate to a sequence which holds clips you want to group.
- Select a bunch of individual clips. You can do this by clicking and dragging to create a box, or by holding down the ctrl key and clicking on clips individually.
- Go up to clip->group. You can hit ctrl+g to do this as well. Your clips will now be grouped together.
- Drag or move your clips, and you will see they all act as one.
- You can undo it by highlighting all the clips, and then hitting ctrl+shift+g.
That’s it! Really simple tool to use and can save you lots of time!
If you have any questions, let me know in the comments or on the video itself!
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