Still getting used to the switch from FCP to Premiere. Overall I am impressed, but there are still a few things that make me mental with Premierre. In FCP I can zoom in any window with the command + and return to full view with the command z quick keys. I know that just the + and \ works for the timeline in Premiere, but not in the source monitor. Is there any such thing like that in Premiere - especially when viewing Audio Wave Froms in the source monitor? That little slider bar drives me nuts and waste a lot of time. It's much quicker to just zoom in and return to full view with a key stroke like I am used to in FCP. If anyone has a solution, I would be most greatful. Thanks in advance.
On Windows hitting the ~ key (to the left of the 1 key) will toggle the pane currently under the mouse between full-screen and normal.
Thanks Jim for the reply. I do know of that featuer toggeling the panel full screen, but what I am wondering is that once you do that, is there way quick key that will then allow you to zoom into the waveform like when you use the sliders at the bottom of the panel. In FCP, i can put the play head near the spot I want and press the command + key and it will then zoom in on a frame by frame basis - much like hitting the + key in the main premiere time line. Does that make sense? Thanks again!
The + and - should change the zoom level as desired.