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  • Premiere Pro Tips for FCP Editors

    Premiere Pro Tips for FCP Editors

    March 20, 2012, 10:38 pm
    I use the Enable/Disable clip toggle often on B-roll when I want to see what is on the track below. Generally It is a bad idea to turn off a clip and leave it off, as it will not render. For that reason I tend to turn it off and then turn it back on when I'm done. By default Premiere Pro does not have a shortcut for Enable Clip.

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