When inserting a clip from the source monitor by using the keyboard shortcut or just simply right clicking the video in the source monitor and then 'insert',
the clip does not place where the CTI is in the current sequence, it always places at the very beginning of the sequence. If I insert directly from the Project Panel this does not occur and the clip is correctly placed,
I've always worked with the keyboard shortcuts in premiere like this and I recently upgraded to CS5. Is this a bug or some weird new CS5 thing? Of course there are workarounds, but Im sitting here with a few thousand clips ready to be put together. Anyone else have this problem or even better have a solution for it? Help much appreciated!
I may be wrong, but I'm pretty sure that clips are not inserted at the CTI. but at the in point. If this is set at the beginnning, that's what's happening. Cut and pasted clips are inserted at the CTI.
Yeah that works, thanks! But it didnt work this way in previous versions? (or am i going crazy)
To be honest I can't recall.
There were some changes/reimplementation to CS5 keystrokes & shortcuts due to popular demand. I think CS4 removed some perfectly good ones and replaced them with diddlysquat!