A video usually has various favorite moments. Adobe Premiere Elements helps you mark and extract all your favorite moments in a video as a single collated clip or individual clips. You can use the extracted clips of favorite moments for editing or sharing.
The Favorite Moments feature is available in both Quick and Expert views.
Playing the timeline and using the Mark Moment option
Play the timeline (by using the player controls or by pressing the spacebar) and then click Mark Moment to mark the starting point of a favorite moment. To mark the end of the favorite moment, click Mark Moment again. In this case, the Mark Moment option works like a toggle key.
Adobe Premiere Elements displays automatically marked favorite moments in green. The manually marked moments appear in yellow.
Click Done. Select the option to extract the favorite moments as a combined clip or as individual clips, and click OK.
You can double-click a favorite moment clip and restart the workflow for tweaking any of the favorite moments or for adding and removing favorite moments. In the timeline, a favorite moment clip can be split and trimmed like any normal clip. Once a favorite moment has been created, it is present in the Project Assets bin as an asset.
You can navigate better while marking your favorite moments in a video with the help of player controls.
You can configure the settings of favorite moments automatically marked by Auto Mark moments and other settings when you manually mark favorite moments.
Apply default transition between favorite moments
Select this option to apply a default transition between favorite moments. To set a transition as default, exit the favorite moments dialog and click Transitions on the Action bar. Right-click and select a transition as a default transition.
You can also customize the keyboard shortcut for the following two features of Favorite moments. For more information, see Customizing shortcuts.
- Mark Moments (by default assigned to F)
- Preview (unassigned)