Add Keyframes Directly Into The Timeline | Premiere Pro Tutorial
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How to create fades, speed remapping, audio level changes and more directly on a clip in the timeline of Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017.
This is certainly not a difficult trick to master but it’s something that I have been asked about on a number of occasions after recording Premiere Pro tutorials. It’s a useful and quick way to make fine adjustments without moving your eyes away from the clips and the edit you’re working on.
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