So easy to go to Previous or Next edit point. Even on un targetted tracks.
FYI: Up or Down Arrow Key then "I" or "O"
No idea why you want to add an In or Out point when you get there though.
Tell us more.
BTW. Really...how hard is it to use 2 shortcuts to do exactly what you want...and what will you do with the "vast amounts of time you will save"... if you can do this with one shortcut instead of two? (I guess 1/2 a second here and there really adds up over a lifetime!)
I don't know what you are talking about, but I'm talking about a clip that has not been prepared in any way. The source material in the monitor.
Not at all what I meant...
OK, I think I might understand.
You are making subclips. Or, at least, deciding on in and out points before you put it on the timeline.
So, you want Premiere Pro to keep track of the last clip you made so the next clip could start at that point. If that is what you want, so do I. But no, it isn't quite that easy. You just need to be careful and keep track of the out point so you can put the CTI there and hit the "i" key before you continue on.
No, no, no... I don't know why you are thinking this. It has nothing to do with what I typed. Please just read the original post again.
Then none of us understand you. I read your post more than once.
You said "Find the last cut by backtracking, then place the "i" there."
What cut are you talking about? You said you were in the Source monitor. There are no cuts in the Source monitor. Or did you not mean the source monitor when you saide in a later post "The source material in the monitor.".
Are you actually on the timeline in the sequence? Talking about the Program monitor?
Please clarify. We are willing to help, but you have stumped us all with what you are trying to ask.
Or maybe you don't know that a cut is called an edit point?
We dont get it ...so explain it to us stoopid people.
I think you're talking about "scene detection". (Google for it) Premiere Pro doesn't do that.
I'm tired of explaining things over and over when I already put it as simply as possible in the original post, so listen this time: I'm talking about the original video. The cuts when a camera changes to another camera. The point of the feature would be to save tons of time and it would analyze the video frames and make an educated guess.
Yes, except it's a cut and not a whole scene (though it could be, if it's that short/doesn't cut at all).
In Premiere Pro that feature doesn't exist yet; but it can be done in After Effects using a commercial script called Magnum
Note that "Scene Detection" does exist in Premiere Pro in the tape capture module, but it reacts to timecode changes, not visual frame changes.
You're not going to get much help with an attitude like that.
This explanation makes even less sense than your original post.
As already told, Premiere does not do that.
If you don't want to go through After Effects, Davinci Resolve lite does pretty good automated scene cut detection. You can export an XML from Davinci and import it back into premiere to get your cuts.
Oh and you might want to drop the bad attitude and tone if you're planning to get further help from people on this board.