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Create favorites in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

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Aug 24, 2020 Aug 24, 2020

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I'm starting out on Adobe Premiere Pro CC after years on Final Cut Pro X. I'm looking for a feature that I can't find on Premiere Pro: mark a clip from a rush as favorites. On Final Cut Pro X, all you have to do is make an in and out point then press the F key. You will then find the favorite rush extracts in the bin as well as all the other favorite extracts of the same rush...
Do you know how to bookmark Adobe Premier Pro CC so you can keep all your favorite rush clips in one place?

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Aug 24, 2020 Aug 24, 2020
It sounds like the functionality of a Subclip. It would be roughly the same thing. Set in and out points, right click and Make Subclip (default shortcut Ctrl+U on PC). You should be able to do this from the Project Panel in a Bin (in Icon View) or from the Source Monitor.

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Aug 24, 2020 Aug 24, 2020

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I'm not aware of a feature that would allow you to make certain clips your favourites in Premiere.

How about creating a bin for your favourites in the Project panel?

Marek Mularczyk
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It sounds like the functionality of a Subclip. It would be roughly the same thing. Set in and out points, right click and Make Subclip (default shortcut Ctrl+U on PC).

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You should be able to do this from the Project Panel in a Bin (in Icon View) or from the Source Monitor.

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Yes, that's also a possibility, especially if they want just In and Out to be saved as part of the clip

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Jun 22, 2021 Jun 22, 2021

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I was trying it with Markers, since they can have ranges, but I don't see that markers can be used as ranges to add that selection into the timeline. Reminds me that Prelude showed subclip ranges as markers, which acted a bit like FCP favorites. What I like about favorites and Prelude subclip markers over Premiere Pro subclip clips is that you can see Favorites in context of the original clip.

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