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Can The Clip be Selected, once the Timeline Pointer/Line is above that clip?

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I don't know what exactly the blue thing is called but, example when it's on top of a clip, that clip should be selected on the properties, i saw this feature on Davinci, And I really liked it

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That's the CTI (current time indicator) or playhead. Take your pic.

 

The option you want is "selection follows playhead" where Premeire auto-moves the selection as as soon as playback stops to the clip the playhead is "on". It's in the Sequence drop-down menu.

 

Neil

 

Edit: and as Ann so correctly points out (and I forgot to mention!) the track with the clips you want to be selected must be set with the blue track-target block to the left side of the timeline header control block. Not the far-left, but the 'inner' target block for track targeting.

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Can The Clip be Selected, once the Timeline Pointer/Line is above that clip?

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I don't know what exactly the blue thing is called but, example when it's on top of a clip, that clip should be selected on the properties, i saw this feature on Davinci, And I really liked it

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Correct answer by R Neil Haugen | Adobe Community Professional

That's the CTI (current time indicator) or playhead. Take your pic.

 

The option you want is "selection follows playhead" where Premeire auto-moves the selection as as soon as playback stops to the clip the playhead is "on". It's in the Sequence drop-down menu.

 

Neil

 

Edit: and as Ann so correctly points out (and I forgot to mention!) the track with the clips you want to be selected must be set with the blue track-target block to the left side of the timeline header control block. Not the far-left, but the 'inner' target block for track targeting.

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That's the CTI (current time indicator) or playhead. Take your pic.

 

The option you want is "selection follows playhead" where Premeire auto-moves the selection as as soon as playback stops to the clip the playhead is "on". It's in the Sequence drop-down menu.

 

Neil

 

Edit: and as Ann so correctly points out (and I forgot to mention!) the track with the clips you want to be selected must be set with the blue track-target block to the left side of the timeline header control block. Not the far-left, but the 'inner' target block for track targeting.

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Track needs to be targeted otherewise it wont work.

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