Here we have 10 tips for Final Cut Pro users transitioning to Premiere Pro CS6
These 10 tips are geared toward the FCP editor and will you get up up to speed quickly with the nuances and new features in Premiere Pro CS6!
In this post we’ll break down some of the changes in CS6, as well as offer up a few tips to make you a more successful Premiere Pro video editor!
7. Clip Usage in Sequences
There’s a quick way to find out where and how many times a video clip has been used in a Premiere Pro sequence. If you select a clip in the project window, at the top of window to the right of the thumbnail viewer, you will see details about the clip, including how many times it has been used in a sequence. If you click on the “clip usage” pulldown, select the instance of the clip you want to see and it will open that sequence if it is in multiple sequences. This is a handy way to find clips.
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