I’ve been doing a lot of video editing lately, and I’ve been using it a lot in AdobePremiere Note the shortcuts.
In the case of Win, you can edit shortcuts from the “Edit” menu -> “Keyboard Shortcuts Changeable.
|Ripple trimming the previous edit point to the playback head.||Q|
|Add edit points||W|
|Ripple trimming the next edit point to the playback head||E|
|Move to previous edit point||upper reaches (of a river)|
|Move to previous edit point (all tracks)||Shift+up|
|Move to the next edit point||lower part|
|Move to the next edit point (all tracks)||Shift+down|
The edit points have been changed so that all tracks can be moved up and down. (i.e. the shortcuts for the selected tracks and all tracks are swapped in.
The reason for this is that it’s too much trouble to select a track to edit and then move to it. is. It’s easy if you keep pushing up and down until you get to where you want to move, right?