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  1. auto scene cut detection

    It would be great to have an auto scene cut detection feature like in DaVinci Resolve. It would save a lot of time for working with a compilation of clips in the same video file, as well as give an upper hand for colouring footage straight in Premiere Pro. Being able to do apply this to a clip in the timeline would be supremely helpful.

    138 votes
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    26 comments  ·  Editing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hello everyone,

    the wait is over, this feature is currently available in public beta. You can download the latest beta version of Premiere Pro from your Creative Cloud Desktop Application. It runs in parallel to the version you use in production.

    More info on the latest release and other features currently in beta can be found here:


  2. Open Captions - Italic tags <i>...</i> not recognized on two lines of text

    When I import an .srt file with all some of the text italicized, I see <i>...</i> tags instead of italics in the burned-in subtitles.
    When there is one line of text or one word tagged it comes out as italic.
    When the whole sentence is marked as italic and it's on two lines, Premiere Pro doesn't recognize the tag and displays in in Regular font
    with <i>...</i> tags.

    In order to display italics on both lines of text in one subtitle, each line has to be tagged <i>...</i> separately.
    Please, fix the error, so when a whole block of text…

    6 votes
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    In Progress  ·  1 comment  ·  Closed Captions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  3. Add translucent background effect for closed captions.

    While Closed Captions shows the option for a translucent background, I can't select anything except for opaque. This makes it difficult for my viewers to see what's going on behind the captions. Research showed that this is a wide-spread problem.

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