Speeding up the workflow is always helpful. It helps save time and keep the creative process going. Nothing is worse than the process being slowed down due to something technical. That’s why learning keyboard shortcuts can be beneficial. It allows you to quickly perform actions that would otherwise take a large amount of extra moves. Today we go over a very simple, but very powerful shortcut to insert clips. We go over how to quickly insert clips between other clips in Premiere Pro CC (2018).
How to Quickly Insert Clips Between Other Clips in Premiere Pro CC
This effect is essentially one key, ctrl. When you drag your footage into the timeline, hold down the ctrl key while dragging. (command on a mac). By holding down this key, you will switch the insertion mode to “insert”. This will take all of the footage and push it forward on the timeline, making a hole for the footage you are inserting. It not only moves forward the video, but all of your sound, effects, and graphics. This ensures no work is destroyed. A very simple, but very powerful keyboard shortcut to memorize!
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