Forget Slow and Steady, ShortCuts Win the Race: A Reference for Some Useful Premiere Pro CC Shortcuts

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Toggle out/Full
View of Window

Cmd + D

Cross Dissolve

\

Fit timeline to
window

Cmd + K

Cut at playhead (every track)

Shift + G

Modify Audio
Channels

Cmd + R

Speed/Duration

Cmd + L

Link

Cmd + G

Group

Shift + Cmd + G

Ungroup

C

Cut/Slice

V

Pointer

Shift + Delete

Ripple Delete

T

Trim Edit

=

Zoom In

Zoom Out

[

Lowers Audio by 1
dB

]

Raises Audio by 1
dB

Opt + K

Play In to Out

Ctrl + `

Toggle Fullscreen

Cmd + S

Save

Shift + Cmd + /

Duplicate

 Some notable newbies to my shortcut repertoire, that are now invaluable to my editing:

  • Shift + Delete Ripple Delete. This is a great shortcut to expediate my editing. Rather than having to click and drag an item in the timeline, then line it up to click into place on the previous clip, I can Shift + Delete! Simple!
  • using to quickly toggle between ‘cut’, and,
  • to toggle back to the pointer is, arguably, the most invaluable shortcut to my editing! With these three shortcuts combined, it makes cutting, splitting, dragging and ripple deleting all easily accessible and a smooth, simple process.
  • are great, handy ways to adjust the audio levels when watching playback!
  • simple, yet so very useful. Fitting the timeline to window is great to navigate your way, say, from one section of the timeline to another and find it,easily, without scrolling back and forth.

*Featured Image Credit: Keyboard Shortcuts
https://techblog.aimms.com/2012/05/31/keyboard-shortcuts-for-aimms/

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