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Mastering Adobe Premier Pro CS6 HOTSHOt by Paul Ekert

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Subclips tame video clips

It's likely that many of your video files, such as AVI or Mov (or whatever) were captured, imported, or made available to you in large chunks; sometimes each clip represents a scene, and sometimes it's a complete dump of a 60-minute tape file. But even if your clips are just a few minutes in duration, it's possible that they are still too long to be used in a montage. Most montages will use clips of 5 to 10 seconds in length, although there is no hard-and-fast rule. In this section, you will tame your video clips by converting them into short subclips, then copy and paste those subclips into a new Montage Bin.

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As stated earlier, frame accurate video editing is best attempted using as many keyboard ...

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