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how to get rid of insufficient media error adobe premiere pro

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I have been getting this message and it has been annoying any ideads how to get rid of it, without doing all this "Handle" stuff?

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how to get rid of insufficient media error adobe premiere pro

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I have been getting this message and it has been annoying any ideads how to get rid of it, without doing all this "Handle" stuff?

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You can't avoid 'handles' in video editing. If you want a smooth transition between two clips, a full fade from one to the other, you need to have as many frames as it takes for the time of the transition. So for an 8-frame transition, you'd need 8 frames 'extra' on each clip. For a say 24fps sequence, if you want a half-second transition, you'd need 12 frames each clip.

 

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then what are Handles and how do i format my clips for it

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If you attempt to apply a Transition that goes beyond the Media End of your A clip or before the Media Start of your B clip, you're going to get this message.  It would be great if Premiere Pro offers a "Fix it for me" option or even just a "Cancel" option; however, you can ripple the A clip or B clip in the Effect Controls tab after accepting the dialog box about Inssuficient Media to remove the hold frames that are created. 

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Most of my clips are longer than 5 seconds

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Thanks, is there a way for Premeire to automaticaly format the clips?

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Nope Premiere Pro is a professional program. Editors want to have control over how the clips are trimmed.

If you want auto switch to Pinnacle Studio.

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If your clips are already in the Timeline, the Q key and W key are very handy ways to trimming clips prior to adding a Transition.  You can also use the Ripple Edit Tool or mark an In (I) and an Out (O) followed by an Extract (').  Of course, there are other ways to Trim a clip.   These are just the ones I use most frequently.

 

If you know you'd like to have handles on your clips prior to adding them to the Timeline, you can Tab through the In and Out points in the Project tab while in List View and adjust them numerically.  The only reason I don't favor this approach is that you usually set an edit point based on the picture.

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