LEARN THE AWESOME POWER OF RIPPLE DELETE IN PREMIERE PRO! | Edit, trim, and move your cut video clips into perfect place on the timeline as you edit your movie.
In this Premiere Pro tutorial, we’ll take a look at one of the best ways to speed up your editing workflow by using the Ripple Edit Tool and the various ways to ripple delete, roll edits, and just generally work with video and editing much faster in Premiere Pro.
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Tutorial Recording Notes:
Disclaimer: these are the actual notes I used to record this video and are written in a language you may or may not understand. Hopefully, you find them useful or cool.
- Show the tool first. Then show the kotkeys.
- Show to ultra simple two-clip ripple delete.
- Locking down other tracks TIP
- Hold Cmd/Ctrl over any cut to reveal the ripple trim tool.
- Cmd + click cut & Alt/Opt left/right arrow key to ripple/roll individual frames in either direction
- Hit the letter “W” to ripple trim from the playhead point to the end of that clip (Keyboard shortcuts “Ripple Trim Next Edit to Playhead”)
- Show a basic ripple delete between two clips further down the timeline from the “90s ad” and show the ripple delete hotkeys as well.
- Next show how I would lock up the tracks that I don’t want rippled
- Target areas that need to be lined up with music a little and ripple delete in/out
- Trim, adjust, and roll edit cuts as needed to create the ad