When editing video in Premiere Pro, you're always looking for ways to be more efficient and save time. One way to do this is to find the clips you need as quickly as possible. The search function in Premiere Pro makes this easy. In this video, I show how to best use Premiere's Find in Timeline feature, including how to search based on the clip name, the framerate, effects applied, markers, labels, description and so on.
As a short overview, to find the clip on the timeline you need to:
1. Activate the Timeline Panel.
2. Press Ctrl + F (Command + F on Mac) to open ‘Find in Timeline’ dialog box.