Really like the Adobe CC upgrades. One thing I'm not digging is how hitting the add transition shortcut key adds a transition to the beginning and ending of both selected clips.
In cs6, you highlight two clips and hit the transition shortcut and it'll add a video and audio transition where the two clips meet.
Now doing that same action adds a transistion to the video and audio of the head and tail of both clips. Meaning it adds 3 transitions when it used to just add one transition where the clips meet.
Now I end up having to delete the head and tail transitions to keep using the keyboard shortcut to add a transition only where the clips meet. Is there a setting somewhere to adjust how the add transition button behaves?
Try selecting the edit point between the two clips rather than the clips themselves, then press the Default Transition shortcut. For this purpose, it doesn't matter whether you select as a standard trim, ripple trim, or rolling edit.
That worked! didn't realize you could select the point between the clips
It's also worth getting used to using the track targeting and CTI method. Rather than selecting anything on the timeline: