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Lesson 8. Fundamentals of Multipoint Edi... > Understanding three-point and four-p...

Understanding three-point and four-point editing

In some situations, you may want to replace a range of frames in the program with a range of frames from a source clip. In Premiere Pro, you can do this using a three-point edit or a four-point edit. Both are standard techniques in video editing.

In previous lessons, you worked with source In and Out points—the first and last frames of a clip that were added to the video program. In addition, it's important to understand program In and Out points—the location in your video program where you will apply an editing technique. Being able to specify In and Out points for both the source and the program gives you more control, making your edits as precise as possible. You'll need to set source and program In and Out points for the three- and four-point editing exercises in this lesson.


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