There's no "one click" button for that. In fact, it's a bit of a workaround and described here: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/575187?tstart=0
If you would like this feature within Adobe Premiere Pro, please file a feature request: You can file a feature request here: http://www.adobe.com/go/wish. More on how to give feedback: http://bit.ly/93d6NF
As Kevin points out, PrPro does not offer that in a one-button action, like PrE does. However, with the function in PrE, if one has other Clips, say Audio, that cover the gaps, then the Close Gaps does not function. Having other Clips, like Audio, over the gaps, would very likely be an issue, if the function was added to PrPro.
Looks even nicer in that tutorial. Job well-done!
Ann: Clever! Cute! Useful!
And yes, I see one has to be careful about what ever else happens to other tracks!
Nice job Ann.
I seen how you did it in another post that had all the pictures but the video is much better.
Only 720p on YouTube. Where is the 1080p ?
Since I run my screens at 1920x1080 all the time I like to full screen YouTube whenever I can.
720p does look good too though.
What program did you use for the screen capture ?
I use Camtasia version 3, I was surprised the Recorder would run on W7/64, the editor has severe issues.
I save it as an avi with the Cineform Codec. You could also use Lagarith. I edit the stuff in Premiere and export with the YouTube preset.
The next video will definitly be 1920x1080, wether or not it will have speech that has to been seen.
I speak English with a terrible accent
I wish Adobe had a screen capture that would play nice with Premiere.
I was waiting to hear your voice when I watched the video but at least you put background audio.
It throws me off when people put videos up with no audio. I always reach for my speakers thinking I turned it off.