Premiere Pro Tutorial : Dynamic trimming

Dynamic trimming is a powerful tool in Premiere Pro that allows you to quickly and easily adjust the start and end points of clips on your timeline. It is particularly useful for editing interviews and other types of footage where you need to make precise cuts.

To use dynamic trimming, select the clip that you want to trim and then click on the Trim button in the toolbar. This will open the Trim window.

In the Trim window, you can use the J and K keys to move the start and end points of the clip. You can also use the I and O keys to mark in and out points on the clip.

To mark an in point, press the I key while the cursor is hovering over the desired point in the clip. To mark an out point, press the O key while the cursor is hovering over the desired point in the clip.

Once you have marked in and out points, you can press the Enter key to trim the clip to the selected range.

You can also use dynamic trimming to trim multiple clips at the same time. To do this, select the clips that you want to trim and then click on the Trim button in the toolbar.

In the Trim window, you can use the J and K keys to move the start and end points of all of the selected clips at the same time. You can also use the I and O keys to mark in and out points on all of the selected clips at the same time.

Once you have marked in and out points, you can press the Enter key to trim all of the selected clips to the selected range.

Dynamic trimming is a powerful tool that can save you a lot of time when editing video in Premiere Pro. By learning how to use dynamic trimming, you can quickly and easily make precise cuts to your footage.

Here are some tips for using dynamic trimming in Premiere Pro:

  • Use the J and K keys to quickly move the start and end points of clips.
  • Use the I and O keys to mark in and out points on clips.
  • Hold the Shift key while pressing the J and K keys to trim multiple clips at the same time.
  • Use the Trim window to preview your edits before you make them.
  • You can also use dynamic trimming to trim clips in the Source Monitor.

Experiment with dynamic trimming to see how it can help you to improve your video editing workflow.

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