Copying and Pasting Transitions to Multiple Edit Points in Premiere Pro

Copying and pasting is a feature that has been around for a while and it’s quite convenient.  Not only can we copy and paste effects, which we have been able to do for quite some time, but now we have the ability to copy and paste transitions.  In this video I will show you how to copy and paste transitions to multiple edit points.

The Improved Effects Workflow: Copying and Pasting Transitions to Multiple Edit Points

To learn more, I’ve created an exciting course called Premiere Pro: Creative Cloud Updates, for

Adobe Premiere Pro CC has some very exciting new features and updates.  It’s important to stay on top of these new features so you can maximize your experience and workflow as you’re in post production. This course is dedicated to the video producers and editors who need to leverage the latest Premiere Pro tools and techniques fast.  I will cover all of these new features, which include: a customizable user interface, quality and format improvements like the enhanced Mercury Playback Engine, timeline tricks, and media management techniques, and the best audio, multicamera, and closed captioning workflows.

Topics in this course include:

  • Switching between audio waveforms and video
  • Creating a new sequence
  • Integrating scripting with the Story panel
  • Working with different camera formats
  • Selecting and nudging clips
  • Using dupe-detection markers
  • Copying and pasting ranges
  • Nesting sequences
  • Relinking offline sequences
  • Color grading with the Lumetri Deep Color Engine
  • Adjusting clip volume
  • Automatic syncing with audio waveforms
  • Recording multicamera edits
  • Adjusting timing and display of captions
  • Exporting multiple clips/sequences

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