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Matthew Mixon
really basic Premiere CS6 question
on Aug 17, 2012 at 6:02:42 pm

While editing in FCP7, I usually set an in point, set an out point, and ripple delete the selection. Can't seem to get that to work here in Premiere if anyone can help. Thanks!


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Greg Baber
Re: really basic Premiere CS6 question
on Aug 17, 2012 at 6:23:55 pm

It's a different workflow within Premiere. What I would recommend doing, is make razer cuts on your in and out points. Then you can context click on the newly created clip and choose ripple delete.

Greg Baber, Adobe Systems Incorporated
Creative Cloud Expert - DVA


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Tony Pfau
Re: really basic Premiere CS6 question
on Aug 17, 2012 at 10:31:50 pm

Hi Matthew

I use the extract function (Application-.sequence-extract in keboard shortcuts) and set a keyboard shortcut to do that on the sequence, just as you described, an in then an out then extract.

You have to have the tracks you wish to affect activated. I typically lock and deactivate any track I don't want to affect. Also PPro has a ripple cursor that I set a shortcut for as well. Hope that helps

Tony Pfau
Editor / Director-Producer
http://avpfilms.net


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Shane Ross
Re: really basic Premiere CS6 question
on Aug 17, 2012 at 11:22:44 pm

It SHOULD work fine. Just use the FCP keyboard layout for a while so that it works like it did for you in FCP. Ripple delete is a very basic edit function. It shouldn't be as complex as they are explaining. It worked fine when I use the FCP keyboard layout.

Shane
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Matthew Mixon
Re: really basic Premiere CS6 question
on Aug 23, 2012 at 10:11:53 pm

Thanks all. Tony, extraction was exactly what I was looking for. Many thanks.


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