first my compliments to the nice tone here in the forum.
I have three questions about Premiere Pro 2.0 and perhaps you can help me. Do me a long time in various forums around and found no answer.
1. It seems so simple, but I find the solution is not. I am looking for the shortcuts, so that Premiere s.der place where you are in the timeline currently located in the active video track, make an incision. I had until now always serve the cutting tool that will not synonymous nor is magnetically attracted. If everything is a little awkward in this way. In the help I was, unfortunately, synonymous not find it.
2. How to get a marker in the timeline, is known to me, but how do I create a marker in a clip?
3. After I completed a sequence that, I must note that the video-and audio tracks is now rather wild miss being confused, because while I work occasionally for some traces of the linkage was broken. Partial synonymous, I have some audio tracks (accidentally) deleted. Is there a way to say first, it will be my re-directed chaos is, the audio tracks again fully synchronously in the same length to put the video tracks, so virtually all audio tracks and erase re-insert again tonmässig so you can start anew?
That's all. I thank you very much. Best wishes. Pierre
Antwort von Wiro:
Hello, to 1) The keyboard shortcut is factory CTRL + K. It cuts all the tracks - if you want, that only a cut, you have the other track in the head lock.
to 2) The command is brand> Clipmarke Set> ... Before the re Clip mark. You can get the synonymous to create a keyboard shortcut. I use that CTRL + ALT + C. The factory is still free ;-)
to 3) "--- Ie quasi delete all audio tracks and insert new ..." Geht leider nicht. It would probably break more easily than you would win. With only 1 track would not be critical, but when I think s.ein mountain track ...
Tip: audio parts will not weglöschen, but with holding down the Alt button and highlight inactive mode. Then you have them always available.
Antwort von pierrehansen:
Hi Wiro. Thank you for the prompt reply! Many greetings. Pierre