I can't figure out how to imitate two things I'm used to from final cut.
1 - whenever I would click on audio in the timeline to add markers in the source window in final cut, the clip would open and be at the position where I clicked on it with the cursor in the timeline. this made it very easy to add markers at a specific beat. in premiere I find the beat in the timeline, then open the clip in the source and have to refind the same position. is there a quick fix?
2 - when using the ripple edit toll in fcp, once you make your edit the playhead would stay at the newly created edit so that you could continue your edit in a logical manner. in premiere, after using the ripple tool the playhead jumps to where it originally was in time, and I have to up arrow back to the newly created edit which seems counter intuitive. again, is there a quick fix? am I missing something?
thanks in advance for any insight...
1. Hit the F key while in the sequence. This opens that clip on that same frame. It's called Match Frame.
2. The CTI actually doesn't move at all during a ripple/rolling edit. It's just the way PP works. You can make feature requests at the link below.
F key for match frame only works with video clips. if I hit F to match frame from an audio only clip (music) I get the matched frame in the source monitor from the video clip above the music, which isn't what I want. any ideas?