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Please provide an option to save project files as ASCII files instead of binary. This is particularity needed for source control (such as when checking in Premiere Pro projects into a Git repository) and for traceability (i.e., who/when changed what) but also allows project issues to be easily rectified with a simple text editor (such as performing search-and-replace of media paths or replacing one plug-in with another and do it across projects in a fraction of the time that it would take to do it manually).
Note that all professional content creation software support ASCII files including Maya.5 votes
It is not the case that all professional content creation software supports ASCII files.
Premiere Pro project files contain both XML representations of project and timeline items, as well as chunks of binary data (from third parties as well as Adobe). No user editing or modification of .prproj files is recommended, or supported. Our media asset management partners use PPro’s APIs to export representative projects, as needed.
After Effects already provides an option the export a text-only version of the AE project; .aepx files.
As I place assets into designated folders within the OS (videos, music, pics, GFX, SFX, etc.) they should automatically be imported into their corresponding bins inside of Premiere. It's a hassle having to organize hundreds of assets TWICE. Additionally, it's difficult to keep track of which new assets have already been imported into Premiere. Clients don't always have all assets available at the start of a project and send files through the course of the project.12 votes
We’ve considered this, but that would allow random external users to add things to your project. For users who do want such functionality, it’s already available via third parties (like the Knights, mentioned by John Pooley).
I figure that at $40 an hour you owe me about $640 for time wasted trying to figure out how to burn to DVD. Premiere Pro is priced like a professional product. It needs to act like one.10 votes
Although it still capably outputs files usable in DVD creation, we have no plans to make PPro a DVD authoring tool.
Please allow us to edit kineraw natively inside adobe premiere . Right now it works inside fcpx and davinci
. only thing stopping me from buying the kinefinity mavo Lf is it’s raw capability’s that work inside adobe premiere.4 votes
Our Formats team is working on other formats and priorities, and will be for some time.
The API we use for footage import is public; we’d be happy to help a third party write a Kineraw importer.
Now that I have the Creative Suite, I thought I would start using Bridge. Imagine my surprise to discover there is no "Browse in Bridge" function in Premiere Pro anymore. That just makes no sense.1 vote
It’s unlikely that we’ll bring Bridge back into PPro.
For example if I want to use a curve prior to adding an input LUT, this would be useful. It can currently be done with the obsolete effects but new effects should be added up to date with the Lumetri ones.
Another use is adding multiple secondaries.11 votes
We see the usefulness, but we are unlikely to pull the Lumetri effect apart into its sub-components.
Premiere Pro CC 2018 Version 12.1.0 won’t import AVI files with MacBook Pro any more.
Perian is installed on my os (10.12.6).
When tested on Premiere Pro CC 2017 Version 11.1.2 same AVI files imported without problem.
Same bug with FLV files, btw. Can import FLV into Premiere Pro cc 2017, and can't import theme into cc 2018.11 votes
The OS support on which Premiere Pro’s support for those formats relied, have been removed.
Premiere Pro will focus our efforts on supporting newer, more modern formats.
fix lumetri color crashing and random other crashing. my premiere is crashing constantly al lday and your customer service sucks!!!
fix lumetri color crashing and random other crashing. my premiere is crashing constantly al lday and your customer service sucks!!! premiere crashes at least 5 times a day from lumetri color, and crashes randomly with no crash report or anything in event viewer. ive never had this much trouble with premiere before please fix this!!6 votesDeclined · AdminPatrick Palmer (Director of Product Management, Pro Video and Motion Design, Adobe DVA) responded
Sorry to hear that you’re having a bad experience with the Lumetri Workflow and other areas of the application. Unfortunately, your feedback isn’t actionable for us without getting more specific detail on what’s causing trouble for you. Please come back and either look at other reports already on User Voice or enter a new bug report with steps to reproduce the problem.
It’s time to merge adobe premiere pro and After effects in one software for better workflow and powerful editing all at one place, like final cut pro offers faster background rendering we need that too and make a version that is combined for After effects premiere pro and audition all in one software
Please consider it, I know dynamic link offers the same but some times it become hectic while color grading adding captions or titles and effects on clips and rendering should be realtime in background that will offer smooth playback even in 4K
Umair Rajput8 votes
Thank you for the suggestion, but we have no intention of doing this.
I understand that you've removed Quicktime 7 support.
As someone who works in a post production house in Asia, there are several codecs (i.e. XDCAM HD422 & H.264) that would still be required in the technical specifications for deliveries to particular networks to be delivered in MOV.
This is disruptive to our processes, as we would rather keep our entire processes within Premiere but now we have to use other external software to output these.
Would it be possible to bring back the Quicktime support until you're completely sure it's obsolete in all regions of the world?9 votes
The OS level support for these codecs is gone.
Rather than recreate support for these old formats ourselves, Adobe will instead continue to invest in supporting new and current formats.
Combine the new menu structure with the good old standard saa-menu's that'll save tons of time - instead of every program having it's own menu-structure. I hate it!1 vote
Each application is different.
Please reinstall Dolby digital support. Without these applications you can not create surround sound on a Dvd/blu ray disc? There are some videoeditors among us who can not affort more then $200 dollars for a Dolby digital plug in?!10 votes
It’s unlikely such support will get re-added.
Allow networked cluster rendering, such as what is provided with various encoding software for cinema (See DCP-O-Matic network render server). This would allow much faster encoding. It may be difficult to get this to work with interframe compression, though. Basicly, export the frame, transfer it, transcode it, and send it back. Or, alternatively, automatically split the sequence into small clips (from keyframe to keyframe) (similar to Youtube's DASH), and render them over the network, assembling them as they stream back in.10 votes
I'm tired of being a beta tester. Your software is not stable or reliable. I don't care about all of the new features you add. If it crashes constantly and major fundamental aspects of the software don't work, you new features don't matter.6 votesDeclined · AdminPatrick Palmer (Director of Product Management, Pro Video and Motion Design, Adobe DVA) responded
unfortunately, this is non actionable feedback. If you have more specific suggestions for improvements, please come back and tell us.
Quicktime 7 is still great you know.4 votes
The OS level support for these codecs is gone.
Rather than create support for older formats, Premiere Pro will continue to invest in support for popular modern formats.
It is not ok, that a post dot update (12DOT1) messes up the file interchangeability. If on one machine the messed up update makes it impossible to export the work you did into a usable codec (hap, dds or any other QT-codec that is being used by pro-standard media servers like pandoras box or others) you have to be able to transfer the file (and working time) to another machine running 12.1 to export your work.
Bring back qt7 and backward compatibility, please!2 votes
OS level support for old codecs was removed.
Rather than create new support for old formats, PPro will instead invest in support for popular modern formats.
PPro supports a unified plug-in directory for all installed PPro versions.
There should be an audio transition for creating a "Ring Out," where the end of a song reverbs out over time. Currently to do this requires chopping off the last note of a song, nesting that into a sequence, applying reverb to the nest, and crossfading it with the original song clip. A faster, more elegant way to do this would be very much appreciate and super-useful; it would save me a ton of time.2 votes
It’s a fine idea, totally possible for a third party to implement.
Give us an option to download update for offline install so whenever you decided to give us your stupid buggy update we would have the option to install or uninstall that particular stupid update. We wont get scewed anymore with an offline update.1 vote
Adobe will continue to use Creative Cloud Desktop for installation.
Option for a paid version.... eg: $300 or other price limited to 4096x2160 60p (supporting newer cameras) like the c200, eva1, blackmagic etc. avid & resolve have both & remove certain features like limiting the editing software to UHD 3840x2160 60p Free version on both resove & avid... A one time paid version with 4096x2160 60p with raw file support eg: c200, blackmagic.1 vote
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