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I have just upgraded from Premier Elements to Premier Pr CC.

Premier Elements had a slider under the video playback area that allowed you to playback the video at different speeds or backwards. I found this really useful for looking for a certain bit in the video. It allowed you to quickly zoom to roughly the right bit of the video and then find the specific frame.

Does such a thing exist in Premier Pro? I've not been able to find it anywhere.

Thanks

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The UI part you are looking for is called (depending on your locale, and local film industry) the shuttle, or jogger.

I don't know if Premiere supports the exact same graphical control.

However using the [J] [K] and [L] keys on your keyboard lets you:

[J] / [L] move backward / forward (moves fast for each press of the same button; moves slower in the same direction when pressing the opposite)

[K] Stops playback

Using these keys, you can shuttle around footage in the same manner as you previously used your mouse the the GUI interface.

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  • OK, thanks. That sounds useful. I'll give it a try. I'll not mark this as the answer just yet to go others the chance in case this ui element does exist. – Roaders Mar 28 '15 at 11:02

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