Premiere Pro equivalent to Avid's Alt + Extract?

New Here ,
Feb 01, 2022 Feb 01, 2022

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As a veteran Avid man, now working on Premiere, one thing I really miss is Avid's Alt + Extract feature whereby you could mark a section of your sequence with In and Out, then hit Alt + Extract. This extracts the marked section, and loads it into the Source monitor. Very convenient for moving whole sections around the timeline. Premiere's "Make Subsequence"isn't quite the same - unless there's another trick I don't know about?

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New Here , Feb 01, 2022 Feb 01, 2022
Ok now I'm replying to myself. Make Subsequence DOES load it into the source monitor, dummy! Put it down to old age...

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Ok now I'm replying to myself. Make Subsequence DOES load it into the source monitor, dummy! Put it down to old age...

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