I dont believe this to be possible, sorry. Great idea though.
Perhaps you should submit that to adobe.
If you want to familiarize yourself witht what is possible keyboard shorcut wise, just open the Keyboard short cuts in PPRO and spend 10 minutes there.
I did that once and there is a LOT you can do...
Thanks, I do have a ton of shortcuts, so I'm pretty familiar with that feature, but seems like there should be a way to quickly apply a preset, maybe there is a trick, like making it a favorite affect or something, and then applying a shortcut to that, I'll explore, just hoping somebody would have a simple answer.
The only way I know of is to change the default transition to your preset. The keyboard shortcut is CTRL-D.
I don't think you can have more than one, though. So you will lose the dissolve shortcut.
This has been a frustrating issue since my 2009 FCP 7 was loaded with this functionality and made my editing so efficient. I'm using CC 2017 but feeling like it's CC 2003... Anyone else feel this pain??
But I never changed editing software. Been with Premiere ever since 6.5.
I don't miss which I never had.
Is this still the case? I was hoping to have a shortcut key for adding a Track Matte Key (and other effects). I don't see it anywhere.
Is there a workaround? Can I make the default transition into something other than a transition?
The solution is for Adobe to make this request happen. For now you have to make the effect(s) on a clip then if you wanna apply that same combination of effects to another clip you can select all of the clips that are getting that effect & paste -it will add to all.
It is absolutely beyond me why Adobe have not added this feature yet! Sure I'm not the only person who is constantly adding warp stabiliser to shots by dragging the bloody thing onto every clip and then setting the smoothness percentage. I can't even manage to just select every clip I want to throw the stabiliser on and then copy paste a version of the effect that I've set the percentage for. This can't be unusual. Any clip shot handheld with a dslr will need this, just about, if you want to get rid of that minor jitter.
Seriously wake up Adobe, FCP had this feature literally 10 years ago. I could map a key to literally just drop the customised preset effect of my choosing on to any clip, or multiple clips, with the touch of a button AND they would al begin to analyse immediately. It can't be that hard, this is a MASSIVE time saver and I'm certain many many FCP users are missing this feature sorely that have moved over to Premiere Pro.
Definitely feel the pain.
For most effects, you can use the option to save as a preset with settings you commonly use, and those are saved in the User presets bin at the top of the Effects Panel.
No shortcuts available but you can drag/drop a setup effect this way. And you should be able to drop it on multiple selected clips, I do that with several others.