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In this installment of Video Adrenaline for Premiere Pro, Richard Harrington talks about the powerful features of customizing your keyboard using Premiere Pro CS5.5.



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Re: Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts
by Dusan Petkovic
Thanks for the info,

I'm posting the request asap. Btw, CS5.5 is really fun, just been playing with text recognition, adding keywords. Works lovely! Anyways, that's for another thread.

cheers
Re: Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts
by Richard Harrington
Wish that I could map shortcut to more than one key... but not currently. File a feature request. bit.ly/videowishlist

Richard M. Harrington, PMP

Author: From Still to Motion, Video Made on a Mac, Photoshop for Video, Understanding Adobe Photoshop, Final Cut Studio On the Spot and Motion Graphics with Adobe Creative Suite 5 Studio Techniques
Re: Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts
by Dusan Petkovic
Hi Richard,

As I started using PP just recently (I'm one of the disillusioned FCP guys), I'm still getting accustomed to the shortcut particularities of it.

My question is, as I am old fashioned AVID keyboard fanatic, is it possible to have a same command assigned to 2 buttons. Here I mean of course the I/O and E/R being both I/O.

I assume, since there is only list view and not a keyboard view, that it's impossible, just wanted to double check.

Cheers,
Dusan
Re: Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts
by Felicia Lovelett
Thanks!

Couldn't remember the "hold down Shift+Option+Command while bring up the shortcut panel" trick for copying the shortcut set to the clipboard.

A spreadsheet is really handy for keeping track of shortcut sets.


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