Print Your Own Premiere Pro Keyboard Shortcuts!
Save yourself some time and energy by printing out your own custom Premiere Pro keyboard shortcuts.
If you’re serious about getting fast at video editing and becoming a Premiere Pro master, then learning as many Premiere Pro keyboard shortcuts as you can is an essential task. Some shortcuts are easy to learn as you end up using them all the time, but extending your knowledge a little further can sometimes be a bit more difficult, especially if you’ve customised your keyboard shortcuts quite heavily.
Thankfully it’s easy to print out a list of your shortcuts, customised or not, from the Premiere Pro interface.
Open up the keyboard shortcut window via Premiere Pro CC > Keyboard Shortcuts or by pressing ALT+H.
Make sure your custom keyboard preset is selected from the drop down menu. Here you can see the heritage of my own keyboard shortcuts…
Simply press ‘Copy To Clipboard’ and all of your keyboard shortcuts are copied to the operating system’s clipboard for pasting into another application like spreadsheet or a word processing document. But just be warned, if you print out all of the shortcuts it will take up 18 pages or so!
More Posts on Essential Keyboard Shortcuts
Over the years there have been quite a few posts written on the PremiumBeat blog focusing on keyboard shortcuts. Here’s a few of them.
- 5 Keyboard Shortcuts I Won’t Edit Without
- 10 Lesser Known Premiere Pro Shortcuts
- Three Premiere Pro CC Keyboard Shortcuts You Shouldn’t Edit Without
Free Adobe Premiere Pro CC Keyboard Shortcut Cheat Sheet
If you want a free keyboard shortcut cheat sheet for Premiere Pro CC 2015 (and several other Adobe apps including After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign and more) then Jamie Spencer has just what you need. Click here for a direct download of the Premiere Pro CC 2015 cheat sheet as a high resolution PDF.
What’s particularly useful in Jamie’s cheat sheet is being able to see the layout visually on the keyboard — which is something not even the Premiere Pro interface allows you to do.
Looking to speed up your Premiere Pro workflow? These PremiumBeat links will help!
- Quick Tip: How To Find Black Flash Frames in Premiere Pro CC 2015
- How to Batch Export Clips in Premiere Pro
- Premiere Pro Tip: Make Clip Replacements and Revisions Faster Than Ever!
Got any keyboard shortcuts that you’d like to share? We’ love to hear all about them in the comments below!