- Pen Tool
- Select this tool to set or select keyframes, or to adjust connector lines in a Timeline. Drag a connector line vertically to adjust it. Ctrl-click (Windows) or Command-click (Mac OS) on a connector line to set a keyframe. Shift-click noncontiguous keyframes to select them. Drag a marquee over contiguous keyframes to select them. For more information about using the Pen Tool, see Select keyframes.
Also I had Sony Pro and you can slice out a object in it. Can you do this in CS5.5?
Can you be a bit more explicit with what you have, and what it is, that you wish to do by "slicing out an object?"
Good luck, and thanks for that clarification,
If you're talking about using the Pen to draw an on-clip mask, like in After Effects, then no--can't do that in Premiere Pro. We'd all love that, though, so please make a feature request: Adobe Feature Request/Bug Report Form
You can use Track Mattes by drawing a shape in the Titler, supering it over your clip, and using the Track Matte effect to specify the shape as a matte. You could also use the Garbage Mattes effects (4-point, 8-point, and 16-point), but they're pretty rough.