How To Move Clips Across Tracks in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018



How To Move Clips Across Tracks in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018 – to move clips to other tracks you can just click and drag, with the snapping enabled you will get the line indicator with the triangles which will show you that it is sitting flush with the previous position.

But for a little bit of extra control you can just select the clip and hit alt/opt + arrow keys. That will move the clip one track up or down. This will overwrite other assets that are sitting on that track on that position unless the track is locked.

You can also move video / audio individually by holding the alt/opt key when clicking, that will select video / audio individually.

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31 Replies to “How To Move Clips Across Tracks in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018”

  1. This does not work for me with the latest version. I can nudge left and right but not up and down.

  2. bro, if we want to move an individual clip at the very end of project, how to do it as drag and drop don't make it any easier!

  3. does anyone know if you can move entire tracks without using the track selection tool (which selects all clips in the track … to move between tracks). I was hoping to be able to drag the tracks from the anchor where the visibility and arming buttons are. 

    Again, I'm looking to move the track from the anchor (side panel) and NOT simply selecting all clips in a track for the move.

  4. Bruh premiere pro makes everything so difficult. How can I move the whole track either up or down? (Moving v1 and everything on it up pass v2 so my order would be v2 then v3 and then v1. how do you do that?

  5. Thanks for this! It works brilliantly in my Premiere keyboard shortcuts… when I try to modify this command to my AVID layout (within Premiere) it is non-operational. Any thoughts why?

  6. Hi mark! Any way you would be able to make a tutorial on how to make clips like these? https://www.instagram.com/p/BjLiW_hB8UB/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=1hios8mlazvx6

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BXPMqRyhcpE/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=1hxck4y0sbwxt

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