November 15, 2013, 07:16 PM
You may have heard of the concept of 3 point editing which states that when performing edits in the timeline at least 3 points need to be established. For example, 3 points could be the in point and out points of the source clip and the position of your playhead in the timeline. But what happens when you have 4 points? Unlike any other NLE, Adobe Premiere Pro CC gives you a list of options for handling the edit.
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