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"Automate to Sequence". Details provided in the Help file or printed manual.
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Thanks Jim, thanks Eddie ! - doh !
P.S. Eddie, I think somebody put spam on your wiki website. There's an "answer" there, but it's an ad for some remote control device, that has nothing to do with the subject question
I just added the Automate to Sequence answer, and decided to leave the Shuttle Pro answer because it is technically a great solution.
you lost me Steven, what does this device ( handheld remote ) have to do with Premiere Pro, and adding transistions to a bunch of images ?
When I click on the Wiki link Eddie posted, I see three answers and nothing to do with advertising except off to the right which has Ads by Google. The article itself has no advertising.
What are you seeing?
* Currently the quickest way is to alternately use the "Page Down" and "Ctrl+D" (Ctrl+Shift+D for audio) keys in the timeline (sequence) window.
* Steve Arecco from NY says:
Nope, this is the fastest way: purchase a shuttle pro then you can quickly design a macro that will do what you ask with the push of 1 button. www.contourdesign.com
Thanks Dag, that's what I see !
AFAIK, that product has nothing to do with Premiere and adding in transistions. ( ? )
Steve is right, using the Contour Shuttle is a single button press for your purpose.
Valuable advise, not spam.
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