0 Replies Latest reply on Jan 23, 2013 4:31 PM by J_Heffernan

    Keyboard Shortcut: Select next clip in Sequence

    J_Heffernan Level 1

      Hi everybody!

       

      So I tried mining through the keyboard shortcut menu and forums online (both here and other websites) and I can't seem to find anyone with my question much less the answer.

       

      I was wondering if there is a keyboard shortcut to select the next and/or previous clip on a timeline. By which I mean when working on a timeline is there a way to select the next clip (most likely on any or all 'armed' video and audio tracks) with a keyboard shortcut. That way I don't have to use my mouse to select clips. If so what is it or, (better yet) where can I find that in the keyboard shortcut menu so that I may set my own. I think this would be a useful tool of manuevering within a project (one instance: when you are nudging or sliding clips a few frames at a time and want to cycle through different clips within the edit) and I'm surprised I haven't been able to find this yet.

       

      If this does not exist is there a different or better functionality that would achieve a similar result?

       

      Secondly if the shortcut does exist is there a way to then use the keyboard to select multiple clips at once (either all in a row or in varried locations within a timeline)?

       

      Any feedback/fixes on this would be much appreciated and let me know if I haven't been clear enough in my set up of the problem.