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    9 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Effects & Transitions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Ben commented  · 

    I actually have a simple solution for this. I'm not sure how recently Adobe did this, but it's a faster method than manually adjusting the keyframes, or having to extend a clip to find a hidden keyframe.

    1. Select and Ctrl + c (copy attributes) the clip in timeline that you've already added keyframes to
    2. Right click clip and "Remove Attributes"
    3. Remove the attributes that you've added keyframes for
    4. Stretch/trim clip to the size that you need
    5. Right click the new clip and "Paste Attributes"

    The keyframes of the effects you copy/pasted should match the new size of the clip.

    I have shortcuts for copy and paste attributes, which makes this much quicker. This has saved me a lot of manual keyframe adjusting ad I hope it helps you too!

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    22 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Editing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Ben commented  · 

    This would save me so much time zooming in and out of my timeline and adjusting clips that have snapped to the border of a transition (which I NEVER have used intentionally, EVER). Please fix this.

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