… for Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Tip #1278: Jump in Time
Typing in timecode is often faster and more precise than dragging the playhead.
Here’s a quick tip to help you move around Premiere’s timeline more easily.
Double-click the timecode display in the top left corner of the timeline, then enter the timecode position where you want to move the playhead.
NOTE: Unlike earlier versions of Premiere, you only need to enter digits, not punctuation.
- To jump to an absolute timecode reference, enter the full number (i.e. 00001000 in the screen shot).
- To jump a relative distance to the right, enter the amount you want to move as a positive number (i.e. +25 jumps 25 frames forward).
- To jump a relative distance to the left, enter the amount you want to move as a negative number (i.e. -215 jumps 2 seconds, 15 frames back).
NOTE: If you enter 75, Premiere will automatically calculate the number of seconds and frames to move the playhead based on the frame rate of the sequence.
In the timecode display, a semi-colon before the frame number indicates drop-frame timecode. All colons means non-drop frame timecode.