Premiere Pro CS6 – How to Cut Video and Sound (Razor Tool and Unlinking Audio)
Premiere Pro CS6 Tutorial for Beginners – How to Cut Video and Sound (Razor Tool and Unlinking Audio)
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Came here for the unlink info. Thank you!
why can’t I see my program sequences althought I import video in it?
thank you for not overwhelming the beginner and knowing what we want to know.
thanks for this tutorial! really help me 🙂
I was having such a hard time figuring out something so simple as to actually removing the portion of the frame. Thanks for helping out a total beginner =)
Very cool and informative video, Hun Kim. Thanks, Pal.
Thank you thank you
move your current time indicator (by clicking at the top of the timeline), then click on the razor tool button. Good luck!
How do i cut at a specific frame? I know sony vegas has that, but i cant seem to find a way to do it in premiere
thanks you that is really helpful
still dont know how to use selection too. my stuff does not divide.
Alright, so I am a novice in premier pro, here is my problem, I use Ctrl K to cut into video, then ripple delete, the video is fine, but the sound does not sync with the video, so I will get sound from another part of the clip in the wrong places, can someone help me learn what to do? 🙂
Yes, but then you just have a big black space in the middle. When you drag the 2 parts together, this cut clip just reappears.
Cut means different thing in filmmaking.
thanks…really helpful 🙂 (:
thanks for the tutorial, right now, I’m fixing a little video of my own, so this really helped, thanks! 😀
Yes, I agree with chubby cheezecake. This is excellent – just as much as I needed to know and not to much to make me dangerous! ; ) Thank you
Is there a hotkey to razor cut a clip/audio at the indicator rather than using mouse? Helps better with precision as you can use the keyboard arrow keys to pinpoint where to cut video/audio at a certain frame.
I just knew how to put the clips together, but I now the view may have maximized too much that it kind of crops the edges of the clip.. please help me how to to minimize it so I can view everything.
Thank u so much
Thanks alot for posting these videos I have just started my new hobby of making animated WoW videos and this particular video helps enormously.
I hope to one day be able to do my own animating but I have to start at the beginning first. Keep up the good work I’ll be subscribed.
i dont have yhe column of tools at all
I wish I could give you a thousand "thumbs ups," because you have earned them. There are way too many vidoes that tell you how to make the watch instead of telling you what time it is, if you know what I mean. Clean, simple, and concise. Kudos.
thank you for this video, so grateful i found it! so helpful and easy to follow! =)
Thank you. This was very helpful and super easy to understand.
Thanks for posting this video!
Why is your voice so creepy? ;-;
slide your current time indicator with your clip selected, then use the razor tool