Digital Audio, Video
Adobe Premiere Pro
- By Maxim Jago
- Oct 21, 2014
This chapter is from the book
- Click the panel menu for the Project panel, and choose Metadata Display. Select the check box for any heading you would like to appear.
- Click the Find box, and start typing the name of the clip you are looking for. Premiere Pro hides any clips that don’t match and displays those that do.
- Click the New Bin button at the bottom of the Project panel. Or, go to the File menu and choose New > Bin. Or, right-click a blank area in the Project panel and choose New Bin. Or, press Ctrl+B (Windows) or Command+B (Mac OS). You can also drag and drop clips onto the New Bin button on the Project panel.
- No, you can duplicate, rename, or delete clips in your Project panel, and nothing will happen to your original media files. Premiere Pro is a nondestructive editor and will not modify your original files.
- The spacebar plays and stops. J, K, and L can be used like a shuttle controller to play backward and forward, and the arrow keys can be used to move one frame backward or one frame forward.
- In the Project panel, right-click the clip you want to change, and choose Modify > Audio Channels. Choose the correct option (usually by selecting a preset), and click OK.