I am new to Premiere Pro, but have produced a couple of videos with very good results. I have a project that looks like it will be quite time-consuming, and am wondering if there's an easier way.
I have transferred over an hour of Super-8 film to AVI format. Unfortunately, the camera's gate tended to insert a black frame or two every time the camera stopped. Is there a fairly straightforward way to trim frames on either side of one of these in-camera cuts without having to create a bunch of sub-clips?
This is a video-only issue. No audio in Super-8. It's just messy and needs cleaning up.
Thanks for any help I may receive.
Drop the full clip onto the timeline.
Mark IN, Mark OUT, Extract
Use shortcut keys or tools below program monitor to do this
Or Razor cut twice and "Ripple delete" the black frame
Jeff, thanks very much. Once I had the correct terminology, I found this: http://tv.adobe.com/watch/learn-premiere-pro-cc/lift-and-extract-delete-and-rippledelete/, which showed me the exact process. I appreciate your quick response.