What is Ctrl + Alt + C in Premiere Pro?

Ctrl + Alt + C (Windows) or Cmd + Opt + C (Mac) is the keyboard shortcut for “Add Caption at Playhead” in Adobe Premiere Pro. This shortcut is used to add a caption at the current position of the playhead.

To use this shortcut, simply place the playhead at the position where you want to add the caption and then press Ctrl + Alt + C (Windows) or Cmd + Opt + C (Mac). A new caption will be added to the caption track at the current position of the playhead.

The caption will be empty at first, but you can type your caption into the text box.

You can also format your caption by selecting the caption text and then clicking the desired formatting buttons in the Caption panel. The formatting buttons include buttons for bold, italic, underline, strikethrough, font size, font color, and text alignment.

Once you have added your caption, you can position it by clicking and dragging it on the timeline. You can also resize your caption by clicking and dragging the resize handles on the edges of the caption text.

Here are some additional things to keep in mind when using this shortcut:

  • If you have not selected a caption track, the shortcut will create a new caption track and add the caption to that track.
  • If you have more than one caption track, the caption will be added to the active caption track.
  • You can also add a caption at the playhead by right-clicking on the timeline at the current position of the playhead and selecting “Add Caption”.
  • You can learn more about adding captions to videos in the Adobe Premiere Pro Help Center.
  • You can export your captions to a file by right-clicking on the caption track and selecting “Export Captions”.

I hope this article has been helpful. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

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