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Premiere Pro Techniques: 109 Timeline Panel Change in CC

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In this short tutorial for Premiere Pro's new CC version, Andrew Devis goes over some of the changes and improvements to the timeline panel for the next version of Premiere Pro so that you can get up and running with it quickly and smoothly.



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