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Beginner’s Guide to Premiere Pro Keyboard Shortcuts
Learning some fundamental Premiere Pro keyboard shortcuts will help kickstart your video editing experience. Let’s look at the basics.
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Whether you’re sitting down for the first time ever to edit video, or switching from one professional software application to another, learning how to use a nonlinear editing program can seem intimidating. Experienced editors will sometimes stay with an application they dislike just because they don’t want to spend time learning how to navigate a new one.
If you’re familiar with Adobe Premiere Pro’s interface, but you’re just not quite comfortable navigating it, learning a few keyboard shortcuts will help you out immensely. Let’s focus on a few fundamental Premiere Pro keyboard shortcuts, all of which are default keyboard shortcuts within the NLE.
Premiere Pro Shortcuts: J,K, and L
If you have any experience editing video, then you’re most likely already familiar with these three. The J,K, and L keys are your playback or SHUTTLE controls.
L is play. If you press L several times, your video will playback at a faster speed. K is stop. J plays your video in reverse. Just as with L, if you press J several times your reverse playback speed will increase...[continue reading on PremiumBeat.com]