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Premiere Pro has a trim mode.

Using the Trim Window - Premiere Pro CS5 from Paul Joy on Vimeo.

Paul Joy of www.pauljoy.com shared this tutorial he made with me and said it was ok to share it. Great work Paul.

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You can also select the different trim tools in the tools menu and do the same thing in the timeline without opening the trim window. As you drag the cut forward or back, the preview monitor will show the end frame of the out clip and the first frame of the incoming clip side by side automatically.

December 9, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterRichard Allen Crook

Thanks for you post - After 5 years in FCP I am making my way back to Premiere (CS5) It is both a glorious and frustrating journey - You have helped ease the pain -

(ps) Hi Richard - Thanks for the tip.

December 19, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJonathan Lawrence

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