A small discovery

Today I happened to find a new useful shortcut in Premiere Pro, even though I thought that I knew them all – well, almost. It turns out, that the backslash key (“\”) not only zooms your timeline out to allow you to see the whole sequence (FCP equivalent is Shift+Z), but it also remembers the zoom ratio when it was first pressed. So you can not only zoom out, but then move your playhead (CTI) to a different spot, press backslash again, and voila! You’re back at the zoom level that you started from. A neat small feature that can sometimes help us navigate through the timeline faster.

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About Bart Walczak

I'm a video editor, and an aspiring colorist and VFX artist, with some experience in desktop publishing, web development and programming.
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