In Premiere CS4 I used to double click a clip on timeline (to open it in Source Monitor), and then immediately hit File>Export Media. It would then automatically selelct this specific clip for export without the need to set In and Out points. In Premiere CS6 it doesn't seem to work, meaning that if I want to export individual clips from timeline, I need to create In and Out points for each export , which is quite time consuming comparing to CS4, especially when working with many clips. I already found 2 useful features, that were just eliminated in Premiere CS6, and I don't understand why to destry something that works?!
Or is there another way to do it?
Ann Bens wrote:
Never knew that, indeed it does work in CS6.
Probably never had the need to export like that.
The / will take clips with in and outpoints.
Thanks Ann, that speeds things up a bit, but I still need to select "Sequence In/Out" from the Source drop-down menu every time in the export window.
Jim Simon wrote:
CS6 works just like CS4 did on this one.
Not in my case (I'm on Mac, maybe in Windows it's different?): in CS4 I double-click a clip in a timeline, it opens in the source monitor, and I click Export. I immediately get only this specific cut selected as a work area without any need to mark in/out, or to define work area. In CS6 just doesn't happen... Can you confirm that CS6 also does it and can you tell me your configuration and version?
I still need to select "Sequence In/Out" from the Source drop-down menu every time in the export window.
That actually doesn't work when you initiate export from the Source Monitor. Bug of some sort. If you want only part of a clip, you need to initiate it from the sequence and select Sequence In/Out in the Export Settings.