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Chapter 7. Refining the Program > Finding the Match Frame

Finding the Match Frame

Experienced editors may wonder whether Premiere has a match-frame feature. A match-frame feature not only opens a program clip's associated master clip, but also cues the source edit line to the identical frame in the program. In other words, by cueing the edit line in the program, you can find the matching frame in the appropriate master clip.

To find a program clip's master frame:

1.
Cue the program to the frame for which you want to find a match frame (Figure 7.75).

Figure 7.75. Cue the program to the frame for which you want to find the match frame.


2.
Press .

The master clip appears in the source view (Figure 7.76) and is cued to the match frame.

Figure 7.76. When you press , the match frame appears in the source view.



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