What is Ctrl + Shift + I in Premiere Pro?

 Ctrl + Shift + I (Windows) or Cmd + Shift + I (Mac) is the keyboard shortcut for “Clear In” in Adobe Premiere Pro.

To use this shortcut, simply select the clip you want to clear the In point for and then press Ctrl + Shift + I (Windows) or Cmd + Shift + I (Mac). The In point will be cleared, and the clip will start playing from the beginning of the clip.

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

  • If you have not selected a clip, the shortcut will have no effect.
  • If the clip already has an In point, the shortcut will clear the In point.
  • You can also clear the In point of a clip by right-clicking on the clip in the timeline and selecting “Clear In”.
  • You can also learn more about clearing In and Out points in the Adobe Premiere Pro Help Center.

What is the difference between “Clear In” and “Clear Out”?

The Clear In and Clear Out shortcuts are used to clear the In and Out points of a clip, respectively. The In point is the point at which the clip starts playing, and the Out point is the point at which the clip stops playing.

When you clear the In point of a clip, the clip will start playing from the beginning of the clip. When you clear the Out point of a clip, the clip will stop playing at the end of the clip.

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

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