1. Not sure I understand this one.
2. It's done differently. Hold down the CTRL key while extending or shortening a clip. This will shift any other clips in the sequence to accommodate the new length of the clip in question.
3. Match frame only loads the frame in the Source monitor. It does not assume you want a marker or for it to be an In/Out point, rather leaving that option to the editor (as I believe it should).
3a. Laying down audio a second time would indeed break the link to the video portion.
4. Done differently. Instead of Lifting/Extracting, do a CTRL-X (Cut) on the selected clips. Then move the CTI to where you want to place the segment, and hit CTRL-SHIFT-V (Paste). This will Insert the clips exactly as they were.
4a. Drag a sequence into the Source monitor to see it there.
5. You can keyframe using the Motion effect. This affects the entire title, however, not individual elements of it. To keyframe elements of the title, you would indeed have to move over to AE.
6. Yes, it is!
Thanks for the reply, very helpful.
1. Give it a try, go to an edit point, press T to go to trim mode and try to trim all the way to the next edit. It leaves one frame that cannot be trimmed out.
2. Will try. I still prefer a single button for this.
3. Just used to the way Avid does it. If Adobe is interested in turning Avid users to Premiere these sort of issues will rise up.
4. Will try, thanks.
5. Will try, thanks.
1. Got it now. But Premiere's behavior here is not surprising. If you want to completely delete a clip, just delete it.
Agree with all of Matts points - I have match framed to a sequence I cut down (Avid would match frame back to the original clip)
how do I match the loaded source back to the original?.
All my audio is now on one track as well.
Need source timeline like matt said.
When matching a frame in a nested sequence, press CTRL-T instead to place the CTI over that frame in the original sequence. From there, you can press M to bring up that frame in the Source monitor from the original clip. (CTRL-T will need to be used for every level of nest. So if you nest 3 sequences deep, hit CTRL-T until you're finally at the original sequqnce, and then hit M.)
thank for prompt reply, i am on a mac, CTRL-T does nothing to my "one
generation down" sequence.