The beat . A blog by premiumbeat

July 30, 2014
Author:
Categories:
Premiere ProTutorialsVideo Editing

Premiere Pro Quick Tip: Match Frame

Save time and quickly locate clips using the ‘Match Frame’ shortcut in Premiere Pro.

If you don’t have the luxury of having an assistant editor or struggle to keep your video editing projects organized, you may have some difficulty trying to keep track of all the footage in your project (especially in the case of long interviews).

Adobe Premiere Pro offers a quick tool that can find the source clip of any footage that appears in your timeline: Match Frame. This is perfect if you are editing a documentary, reusing a clip multiple times or if you simply wanted to change the in-and-out points of your edit.

Here’s a quick step-by-step for anyone looking to save time using the ‘Match Frame’ feature in Premiere Pro:

1. Find the clip you want in your timeline

Move your current time indicator to the clip or frame in the timeline that you are trying to recall.

2. Click ‘Match Frame’

Click the ‘Match Frame’ button by going to Sequence> Match Frame from the top menu bar or hit “F”, the Match Frame shortcut.

3. Quickly locate clips = time savings

Your source clip will pop up in the preview panel making it easy to access.

Want to learn more quick tips in Premiere Pro? Check out our previous posts on Switching to Premiere and 10 Time Saving Tips in Premiere Pro.

Have any other quick tips for Premiere Pro? Share in the comments below.

Need Royalty Free Tracks?

Browse our Exclusive Music Library

Related Posts:

  • Nick

    Love this command. A real time saver!

  • http://Www.Youtube.com/AlMarkhi7 Hussain AlMarkhi

    Amazing ! It’s really time saving feature !! Easy to use and very helpful .. Thanks for sharing

  • Chen Cheney

    Summary: More and more people begin to choose Sony camera less cameras, and the conversion of their AVCHD to MOV is becoming a problem at the same time. So how should we [b]convert Sony A5100 Full HD AVCHD to MOV for Premiere/Avid Media Composer[/b]? This article will give you a nice solution!

    I’ve long eagerly awaited Sony A5100 since Sony first released the publishing information about this new entry-level mirror less camera. It is a powerful camera with high cost performance. This camera features a 24.3-megapixel APS-C sensor and a super-fast autofocus system which enable the high quality of its output files. For appealing to us young customers, Sony A5100 equips a 180 degree rotation screen and a build-in WIFI. They will make it convenient for me to make composing selfies and uploading them to the computer!

    In spite of the powerful functions Sony A5100 has, if we don’t do well in the postproduction of the output files, the final works will never escape the mediocrity. So the postproduction of them turns out to the key to get satisfying works. Premiere and Avid Media Composer are both such kind of practical video editing software. But as we all know, they have high requirements for their importing formats. What we also need is a powerful converter. Here I want to recommend you a piece of nice software – Aunsoft iMedia Converter for Mac which focuses on converting [b]Full HD AVCHD to MOV for Premiere/Avid Media Composer[/b].

    Aunsoft iMedia Converter for Mac is a really practical video converter which most satisfies the people who work closely to the different kinds of videos because multiple video formats are allowed to be input to it! As we all know, the loss of quality about videos during the conversion is unavoidable. But to my great surprise, the output video from Aunsoft iMedia Converter for Mac keeps its high quality! Best of all, after the conversion through it, you can conveniently watch DVD movie or film on your iPad, iPhone, Apple TV etc. Also this iMedia converter enables you upload converted movies to online video websites. What I appreciate most is that Aunsoft iMedia Converter for Mac brings AVCHD and MXF Videos to Player and Editor! As is well known, AVCHD and MXF are the most popular formats from common professional camcorders. This means you get [b]Aunsoft iMedia Converter for Mac[/b], and you will get the best postproduction of camcorder videos! (That’s just what I need for Sony A5100!)

Become a better editor!