What is Ctrl + Alt + K in Premiere Pro?

Ctrl + Alt + K (Windows) or Cmd + Opt + K (Mac) is the keyboard shortcut for opening the Keyboard Shortcuts window in Adobe Premiere Pro. This window allows you to view, add, and remove keyboard shortcuts for any command in Premiere Pro. This can be a great way to customize your workflow and make it more efficient.

Here are some of the things you can do in the Keyboard Shortcuts window:

  • View all keyboard shortcuts: The window lists all of the keyboard shortcuts for Premiere Pro, organized by category. You can search for specific shortcuts or browse through the list to find the one you’re looking for.
  • Add new shortcuts: You can add new keyboard shortcuts for any command in Premiere Pro. Simply select the command and then press the keys you want to use as the shortcut. If the shortcut is already in use, you’ll be prompted to reassign it.
  • Remove existing shortcuts: You can remove existing keyboard shortcuts by selecting them and then clicking the Delete button.
  • Export keyboard shortcuts: You can export your keyboard shortcuts to a file so that you can share them with others or import them into another computer.
  • Import keyboard shortcuts: You can import keyboard shortcuts from a file. This can be a great way to get started with a new set of shortcuts or to share your shortcuts with others.

Tips for using keyboard shortcuts in Premiere Pro

Here are a few tips for using keyboard shortcuts in Premiere Pro:

  • Use the default shortcuts: Premiere Pro comes with a set of default keyboard shortcuts that are designed to be efficient and easy to use. I recommend learning these shortcuts first.
  • Customize your shortcuts: Once you’re familiar with the default shortcuts, you can start to customize them to fit your workflow. This can help you to work more quickly and efficiently.
  • Use a keyboard shortcut cheat sheet: There are many keyboard shortcut cheat sheets available online and in print. These can be a great way to learn new shortcuts or to refresh your memory of existing shortcuts.

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


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