Premiere Pro Tutorial : Quickly edit with touch and gestures

 Premiere Pro offers a number of touch and gesture controls that can help you to edit your videos more quickly and efficiently. These controls are particularly useful on devices with multi-touch screens, such as tablets and laptops.

Here are some of the most useful touch and gesture controls in Premiere Pro:

  • One-finger tap/drag: Tap a clip in the Project panel to select it. Drag a clip from the Project panel to the Timeline panel to add it to your sequence. Drag a clip in the Timeline panel to move it.
  • Two-finger pinch to zoom: Pinch two fingers together to zoom out on a clip in the Project panel, Timeline panel, or Source Monitor. Spread two fingers apart to zoom in.
  • Two-finger scroll: Scroll with two fingers to scroll through the Project panel, Timeline panel, or Source Monitor.
  • Two-finger scrub: Scrub with two fingers to move through a clip in the Source Monitor.
  • Thumbnail controls in the Project panel: Tap the thumbnail controls in the Project panel to trim clips, play clips, and add clips to the Timeline panel.
  • Touch and gesture actions on buttons: Tap buttons in Premiere Pro to activate them. You can also use gestures to perform actions on buttons. For example, you can swipe left or right on a button to adjust its value.
  • Drag-and-drop editing using the Program monitor drop-zones: Drag clips from the Project panel to the drop-zones in the Program Monitor to add them to your sequence. You can also drag clips in the Timeline panel to the drop-zones in the Program Monitor to rearrange them.

To learn more about the touch and gesture controls in Premiere Pro, consult the Adobe Premiere Pro Help documentation.

Here are some tips for using touch and gestures to edit videos in Premiere Pro:

  • Use a comfortable grip. When using touch and gestures to edit videos, it is important to use a comfortable grip on your device. This will help to prevent fatigue and strain.
  • Use your fingers and thumbs together. You can use your fingers and thumbs together to perform many of the touch and gesture controls in Premiere Pro. This can help you to edit videos more quickly and efficiently.
  • Use gestures in combination with the keyboard and mouse. You can use touch and gestures in combination with the keyboard and mouse to edit videos in Premiere Pro. This can give you the best of both worlds: the speed and convenience of touch and gestures, and the precision and control of the keyboard and mouse.

Experiment with the touch and gesture controls in Premiere Pro to see how they can help you to improve your video editing workflow.

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