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Scene Edit Detection

Community Beginner ,
Jun 20, 2023 Jun 20, 2023

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When using Scene Edit Detection, the cuts all stay on the same layer when cutted up. Ive got 4 shots in total in this video, is there a possibility that I can "tell" Premiere pro to put the different cuts on different layers? Maybe theres any plugins that I dont know about? I cant find anyting about it. If there is an option to do this please tell me because it will save me literally hours of work! Thanks for your time!

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Advocate , Jun 20, 2023 Jun 20, 2023

Simple answer, no, there's no way to automate that.

Long answer, with a combination of a few shortcuts, you can achieve that manually and quickly. In the Sequence menu, make sure "Selection follows playhead" is turned on. On your timeline, move from cut to cut with the down arrow, the clip will be automatically selected, and with the ALT + Up Arrow move the selected clip to the desired track.

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Jun 20, 2023 Jun 20, 2023

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Simple answer, no, there's no way to automate that.

Long answer, with a combination of a few shortcuts, you can achieve that manually and quickly. In the Sequence menu, make sure "Selection follows playhead" is turned on. On your timeline, move from cut to cut with the down arrow, the clip will be automatically selected, and with the ALT + Up Arrow move the selected clip to the desired track.

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Thank you for the reply! The long answer is still faster than what I was going to do originally!

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