I'm using several parts of a single clip, and they have overlapping in and out points. As I'll need to go back and grab them multiple times, I've defined these ranges by using a comment marker, then giving them a range by setting the in and out point in the marker panel.
What I want to do is using this defined comment marker range, right click/double click/clap twice or something that will allow a shortcut to set this marker range as an in and out range so that I can put it into my sequence's timeline.
I'm happy if I can skip the in and out all together and drag the marker to the timeline - but I tried this from the Marker panel, and it didn't work.
If this functionality doesn't exist, I'm going to have to just set a marker for every in and out point, and that's just busywork and confusing as it's not clear what's the in and the out when your'e in the middle of all the markers.
Thanks for any and all help
Premiere does not have a feature that automatically converts a marker's In/Out to function as clip In/Out points. I recommend saving a subclip for each segment of interest. The subclip becomes a new instance of the clip in the project panel, which you can give a descriptive name.
If you give this a try--and if you're using Premiere Pro CC--take a little time to learn about the "Restrict Trims to Subclip Boundaries" option, which controls whether a subclip is "hard" or "soft." http://tv.adobe.com/watch/learn-premiere-pro-cc/create-soft-subclips-with-flexible-edit-po ints/
I'm happy if I can skip the in and out all together and drag the marker to the timeline
Seems like it would have been easier to skip the Marker phase and just set In/Out points and add it to the sequence on the first pass.