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Audio shortcuts

 Macintosh  Windows Details
Option + click Pan slider Alt + click Pan slider Snaps to Mid in Audio Mix tool
Option + click Volume slider Alt + click Volume slider Snaps to 0 dB in Audio EQ and Audio tools
Option + click Audio Track Monitor button Alt + click Audio Track Monitor button Selects track for audio scrub monitoring

Option + click Track Solo button (Automation Gain tool)
or
Option + number (1 to 8) at top of keyboard

Alt + click Track Solo button (Automation Gain tool)
or
Alt + number (1 to 8) at top of keyboard
Mutes selected track (1 to 8)

Option + drag keyframe

Alt + drag keyframe Moves selected audio keyframe horizontally in Timeline
Option + click digital scrub parameters in Composer monitor Alt + click digital scrub parameters in Composer monitorOption + click digital scrub parameters in Composer monitor Opens Audio Settings dialog box

Bin Shortcuts

= Command Key

Macintosh Windows Details
+N Ctrl + N Creates a new bin
+A Ctrl + A Selects all items in the active bin or the Project Window, if selected
+W Ctrl + W Closes open windows, bins or dialog boxes
+P Ctrl + P Prints the selected bin in whatever view you have selected (Text, Frame or Script View)
+D Ctrl + D Duplicates selected clip(s), sequence(s), or title(s)
+Shift+G Shift + Ctrl + G Creates a Group Clip from selected Master Clips or Sub Clips
+I Ctrl + I First, select clips or sequences in the bin, then use this shortcut to open the Console window, which will display useful information
Shift + Ctrl + click Clip Menu Shift + Ctrl + click Clip Menu Hold down these shortcut keys, then click on the Clip Menu. By holding down these keys, you have changed the Relink selection to Unlink
Option + drag clips between bins Alt + drag clips between bins Makes a copy of the clip.
+Click Ctrl+Alt+Click Using the shortcut, click on the Clip (the icon in Text View or the frame image in Frame View or Script View) or the Sequence Icon. This will create a pop-up window of information about the selected item.
+L Ctrl+L When in Frame View or Script View, this shortcut will increase the size of the Clip Frame images.
+K Ctrl+K When in Frame View or Script View, this shortcut will decrease the size of the Clip Frame images.
+T Ctrl+T When in Frame View, this shortcut will make the Clip Frame images align to an invisible grid. A good way to remember this shortcut is to think that "T" stands for "Tidy-up."

Capturing Shortcuts
When you are in Capture Mode (a.k.a. Digitize Mode), the Avid Media Composer takes control of your "F" keys. Whatever you may have mapped to them is replaced by the functions detailed below.

Keyboard Shortcut Details
F1 While capturing (but not Batch Capturing), pressing F1 will mark the In-Point of a subclip. If you press F1 at a later time (before pressing the F2 key) the in-Point will be updated.
F2 While capturing (but not Batch Capturing), pressing F2 will mark the Out-Point of a subclip.
F3 Adds a Red locator to the clip
F4 When in Capture Mode, F4 begins the capture.
When in Log Mode, F4 logs a Master Clip to the bin.
F5 Adds a Red locator to the clip
F6 Adds a Green locator to the clip
F7 Adds a Blue locator to the clip
F8 Adds a Cyan locator to the clip
F9 Adds a Magenta locator to the clip
F10 Adds a Yellow locator to the clip
F11 Adds a Black locator to the clip
F12 Adds a White locator to the clip

Editing Shortcuts

= Command Key

Macintosh Windows Details
+Z Ctrl + Z Performs an Undo of a previous editing operation such as Mark In or Splice.
+R Ctrl + R Performs an Redo of a previous editing operation such as Mark In or Splice.
+C Ctrl + C Copies the material between a Mark In and Mark Out on the selected tracks.
+V Ctrl + V Pastes copied material onto the same tracks from which it was copied, at the point at which you Mark In.
Option+ Alt+ Copies the material between a Mark In and Mark Out on the selected tracks, and places it not just into the Clipboard, but into the Source Window. This makes it very quick an easy to copy material and then be able to edit it onto *any* appropriate track in your sequence.
Option+ Alt+ Lifts the material between a Mark In and Mark Out on the selected tracks, and places it immediately into the Source Window.
Option+ Alt+ Extracts the material between a Mark In and Mark Out on the selected tracks, and places it immediately into the Source Window.
Option + double-click on a Clip, Sequence, or Title icon in a bin Alt + double-click on a Clip, Sequence, or Title icon in a bin Opens the selected item(s) in a pop-up monitor.
Option + click on either the Source Monitor or Record Monitor Alt + click on either the Source Monitor or Record Monitor Changes the cursor/pointer to a hand-icon. You can now drag a subclip or a subsequence to a bin.
Option + drag a clip (or multiple clips) into the Record monitor Alt + drag a clip (or multiple clips) into the Record monitor The clip(s) will be Spliced into your Sequence at the Mark In position.
Shift + drag a clip (or multiple clips) into the Record monitor Shift + drag a clip (or multiple clips) into the Record monitor The clip(s) will be Overwritten into your Sequence at the Mark In position.
+L Ctrl + L

With either the Source Monitor or the Record Monitor selected, use this shortcut to enlarge the image.

With the Timeline active, use this shortcut to enlarge the track width for selected tracks.

+K Ctrl + K

With either the Source Monitor or the Record Monitor selected, use this shortcut to reduce the image.

With the Timeline active, use this shortcut to reduce the track width for selected tracks.

Opt+ Alt+ Ignores the Track Selectors and places an In and Out Mark based on the two nearest transitions to the blue Position Indicator.
Esc Esc Toggles between making the Source and Record monitors active.
+Apostrophe Ctrl+Apostrophe Sends selected window back to its default location.

Effect Mode Shortcuts

= Command Key

Macintosh Windows Details
Tab (in Effect Editor) Tab (in Effect Editor) Moves from one active slider to next.
Shift + Left or Right Arrow Shift + Left or Right Arrow Moves 10 units on a slider instead of 1 unit.
Option + drag corner, side, or center of wire frame Alt + drag corner, side, or center of wire frame Displays the image as you move it, rather than displaying just a wire frame outline.
Option + drag keyframe Alt + drag keyframe Grab an active keyframe in the Keyframe Position Bar and move it earlier or later in time. Be sure you get the "hand icon" before you attempt to move a keyframe.
+ A Ctrl + A With the Keyframe Position Bar active, this will select all the keyframes.
Select segment + Delete key Select segment + Delete key Removes an effect.
Select a segment, and then Option + double-click an Effect in the Effect Palette or an Effect Template in a bin. Select a segment, and then Alt + double-click an Effect in the Effect Palette or an Effect Template in a bin. This allows you to add an effect to a segment that already has an effect on it, creating a "Nest." This also allows you to place one effect over multiple segments that are selected. Using Alt/Opt + Double-click is what Avid calls "Auto Nesting."
+ Option + click and drag video image (with image zoomed in) Ctrl + Alt + click and drag video image (with image zoomed in) Changes the Arrow/cursor pointer to the Hand pointer for moving an enlarged video image around in the Record Monitor. This is also useful for moving the working area around when using the Advanced Keyframe features or when using the Speed and Position Graphs in the Timewarp Motion Effect Editor Window.
Opt + Alt + Renders to the last drive selected, without bringing up the render dialog box.
Press P while rendering Press P while rendering Displays the percentage of the render that is complete.
Press T while rendering Press T while rendering Displays render time completed and an estimated total render time.
+ . (period) Ctrl + . (period) Stops the render process and displays a dialog box asking if you would like to keep the already rendered portion or not. Keeping the rendered portion means that the next time you render that effect it will pick up where you left off.
Click anywhere in the Timecode track Click anywhere in the Timecode track This will quickly take you out of Effect Mode and return you to Source/Record Mode. Note: this shortcut does not work in Avid Xpress Pro.

Playing and Marking

Macintosh Windows Details
Opt +
or
Alt +
or
Steps forward or backward 10 frames.
Opt +
or
Alt +
or
Steps forward or backward 1 field.
Opt +
or
Alt +
or
In the Position Bar (underneath the Source and Record monitors), you can grab the marks with the hand icon and move them earlier or later. NOTE: this works only one mark at a time.
Opt +
or
Alt +
or
Marks an In or an Out.
Opt +
or
Alt +
or
Goes to Mark In or Mark Out
Ctrl + Alt + Mark an In and an Out and use this shortcut to loop the playback until stopping it.
or or

Press either of these keys multiple times and you will speed up, much like shifting gears. The speeds are as follows:
1st press = 30fps
2nd press = 60fps
3rd press = 90fps
4th press = 150fps
5th press = 240fps

NOTE: use the key to stop the playback at any time.

NOTE: This shortcut also works when in Trim Mode.

Opt +
or
Alt +
or
While speeding along, using the shortcut directly above this one, use Opt/Alt + Play Forward or Play Reverse to "down shift" or "up shift" the speed without having to come to a complete stop as when using the Pause key.
Holding
and then Holding
or
Holding
and then Holding
or

This will scrub the audio forward or reverse at just 8fps.

NOTE: This shortcut also works when in Trim Mode.

Holding
and then Tapping
or
Holding
and then Tapping
or

This will scrub the audio forward or reverse just one frame at a time.

NOTE: This shortcut also works when in Trim Mode.

Timeline Shortcuts

= Command Key

Macintosh Windows Details
+ click near a transition in the Timeline Ctrl + click near atransition in the Timeline Snaps the blue position indicator to the "head frame" (the first frame) of a segment. It also makes the blue position indicator snap to Mark In points or to the next audio keyframe.
+ Opt click near a transition in the Timeline Ctrl + Alt click near a transition in the Timeline Snaps the blue position indicator to the "tail frame" (the last frame) of a segment. It also makes the blue position indicator snap to Mark In points or to the next audio keyframe.
+ L Ctrl + L Increases the height of selected track(s).
+ K Ctrl + K Decreases the height of selected track(s).
Opt + drag Ctrl + drag
Hold down the Option key (Mac) or the Control key (PC), then place your cursor between two tracks. The resize icon will appear. Now when you hold the mouse button down you make the track wider or narrower. In the example pictured, it is the V1 track that is being effected.
+ [ or ] (left or right bracket) Ctrl + [ or ] (left or right bracket) Shows more or less detail in the Timeline. "More Detail" and "Less Detail" are also selections from the Timeline Fast Menu, if you'd like to map these functions to your keyboard. A common location to map these functions to are the up arrow and down arrow keys.
+ F Ctrl + F Opens the "Find" dialog box. This allows you to search the timeline for clip names, source (tape) names that are displayed, text in locators, etc.
+ Y Ctrl + Y Adds a new video track.
+ U Ctrl + U Adds a new audio track.
Opt + + Y Alt + Ctrl + Y Opens a dialog box which allows you to add a specifically numbered audio or video track.
Opt + + U Alt + Ctrl + U Opens a dialog box which allows you to add a specifically numbered audio or video track.
+ click on video or audio monitor icon in track selector panel Ctrl + click on video or audio monitor icon in track selector panel
NOTE: you may "solo" up to 16 audio tracks at one time, however you may only solo 1 video track at a time.
Shift + click segments when in Segment Mode or Effect Mode Shift + click segments when in Segment Mode or Effect Mode Allows you to select multiple segments.
+ drag a segment when in Segment Mode Ctrl + drag a segment when in Segment Mode Snaps the "head" of the selected segment(s) to a transition (that occurs on any track in the Timeline), as well as to Mark In, Mark Out and the blue position indicator.
Opt + + drag a segment when in Segment Mode Alt + Ctrl + drag a segment when in Segment Mode Snaps the "tail" of the selected segment(s) to a transition (that occurs on any track in the Timeline), as well as to Mark In, Mark Out and the blue position indicator.
Ctrl + drag up or down Shift + Ctrl + drag up or down Allows you to move segments to a higher or lower track without letting them move left or right, and thus getting out of sync.
Lasso one or more segments Lasso one or more segments You must begin by clicking in the Timeline Window (the area with no tracks), then lasso the segments by going from LEFT to RIGHT, making sure your lasso totally surrounds the desired segments. This will place you into Segment Mode, specifically the last one you used during that session.
Ctrl + Lasso one or more segments Alt + Lasso one or more segments Same as above, except you can now lasso segments inside the timeline tracks.
Lasso a transition Lasso a transition You must begin by clicking in the Timeline Window (the area with no tracks), then lasso only a transition (on one or multiple tracks) making sure your lasso totally surrounds the desired transition(s). This will place you into Trim Mode.
Ctrl + Lasso Alt + Lasso Same as above, except you can now lasso transitions inside the timeline tracks.
Lasso one or more segments Lasso one or more segments You must begin by clicking in the Timeline Window (the area with no tracks), then lasso just one segment per track by going from RIGHT to LEFT, making sure your lasso totally surrounds the desired segments. This will place you into Trim Mode, specifically the "Slip" function of trimming.
Ctrl + Lasso Alt + Lasso Same as above, except you can now lasso segments inside the timeline tracks.
+ A Ctrl + A Selects all tracks
Shift +
+ A
Shift +
Ctrl + A
De-selects all tracks
Opt + Alt + Performs a match-frame, but does not remove previously placed Mark In or Mark out points.
Opt + Alt + For the clip on the top-most selected track, this opens the bin in which that clip resides (if located within the project).
+ /
(forward slash)
Ctrl + /
(forward slash)
Displays the entire Sequence in the Timeline Window.
+ M Ctrl + M Allows the editor to select an area of the timeline to "zoom" into. The smaller the slection, the greater the magnification.
+ J Ctrl + J After using the "Zoom" shortcut above, this shortcut allows the editor to return to the previously used timeline magnification.

Trim Mode Shortcuts

Macintosh Windows Details
Opt +
or
Alt +
or
Ignores the track selector panel configuration and will jump to the previous or next transition in the Timeline.
Opt + Drag Alt + Drag

When in a Single Roller Trim configuration, this allows the user to SHORTEN segments without getting out of sync. It does this by replacing the trimmed footage with Filler.

NOTE: Sync Locks must be disabled for this to work.

Opt + Alt + After exiting Trim mode, this places the editor back in Trim Mode and into the Trim Roller configuration that was last used.

Tools Shortcuts

= Command key

Macintosh Windows Details
+ = (equals) Ctrl + = (equals) First, select the Composer Window, a Bin, the Timeline or the Capture Tool, then use this shortcut to quickly open the related settings. To open the Trim settings, you must be in Trim Mode AND make sure that the Composer window is active (rather than the Timeline window).
+ 0 Ctrl + 0 Opens or selects the Timeline window
+ 1 Ctrl + 1 Audio tool
+ 2 Ctrl + 2 Avid Calculator
+ 3 Ctrl + 3 Command Pallette
+ 4 Ctrl + 4 Composer window
+ 5 Ctrl + 5 Media Creation
+ 6 Ctrl + 6 Console
+ 7 Ctrl + 7 Capture Tool
+ 8 Ctrl + 8 Effects Pallette
+ 9 Ctrl + 9 Project window

 

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