What is Shift + T in Premiere Pro?

Shift + T (Windows) or Cmd + T (Mac) is the keyboard shortcut for “Trim Edit” in Adobe Premiere Pro. This shortcut is used to trim an edit point in the timeline.

To use this shortcut, simply place the playhead at the edit point you want to trim and then press Shift + T. A dialog box will appear asking you to specify how much you want to trim the edit.

You can trim the edit by:

  • Entering a value in the “Trim Amount” field. This will trim the edit by the specified number of frames.
  • Dragging the handles on the trim preview. This will trim the edit by the amount that the handles are dragged.

Once you are satisfied with the trim amount, click the “OK” button. The edit will be trimmed to the specified length.

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

  • If there is no edit point at the current position of the playhead, the shortcut will have no effect.
  • If you trim the edit too much, you may lose some of the footage.
  • You can also use the trim tool in the Source Monitor to trim edits.

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

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