Render & Replace should include effects
There should be another Render & Replace function that operates like how Freeze effects work in other applications.
It would be the equivalent to marking a section of your timeline, exporting it, re-importing it, and replacing it on the timeline. But it would also have a function to return to the original clip (so we don't have to keep the disabled original on another track) and would also include an option to choose to delete the "frozen" clip from the drive if we no longer want it.
This would solve so many issues with stacking effects, export errors, and would help users to get around many of the common issues in Premiere. So much that I think it should become a standardized part of our workflow.
Enjoy, and keep the great feedback coming.
Well it still doesnt work with MB denoiser or Neat denoiser...so yeah
Thank you! This is going to make everyone's work so much easier
Pruth Shankarappa commented
With 2019.1 release of Premiere Pro we now have added a new option to include applied effects, during render and replace. The Include Video Effects checkbox is only available when Match is set to Sequence and also for video only. More details here, https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/render-replace-effects-compositions.html.
Ben Taylor commented
Amazing that this was the only place I could find out why it didn't do it. If it bakes in audio without any choices to not bake then it is of course a known limitation to the software engineers and not just a great idea that they hadn't thought of yet. I believe that there are many annoyances that are version locked into many adobe products... Please rewrite the software from the ground up guys!
Yes, please! Would save me so much time!
Scott Tanis commented
Yes. Having the ability to render and replace VIDEO clips and bake in the effects would be fantastic.
Ironically/conversely, when rendering and replacing AUDIO clips, effects are automatically baked in and there is no option to NOT bake them in. When rendering & replacing audio, please also include a dialog to select/deselect baking in of effects, select format options, and select whether or not to include handles.
Gethin Coles commented
render and replace should do just that. I need to do this all the time: 4k footage, with time remapping on it and sometimes backwards doesn't handle then having a warp stabiliser added. I have to create a sequence, or nest, render as cineform or prores. Find render file, import. Replace media, then stabilise. I only use render and replace for Audio. In every other scenario it fails
PLEASE ADD THIS!!! It would help so much when collaborating with people who don't have the same plugins as I
Peter C commented
Especially if it could be run on request as a background task allowing us to keep working.
Why can't Premiere use Render and Replace to bake in effects just like flattening an image with effects/adjustment in Photoshop. This would really free speed up premiere and would prevent many crashes
Allan Houston commented
Would be a huge time saver if the effects don't have to be rendered in the final export.
I think that "Render and Replace" should also include an option to bake in time-remapping.
Jim Simon commented
This would be a great way to "bake in" difficult to render effects, without requiring those effects to be re-rendered with every other change to the clip.
Offering DNx and Cineform options for the Render part would be essential, so that the Replacement can be used for final export.
This is a really good idea. So you can freeze a section of a track, then unfreeze it if you need to edit it.
I posted already similar function :) But i vote!
Joseph Freeman commented
Render and Replace does not include effects to the replaced clip. This new suggested feature would allow for CPU/GPU intensive effects to be applied to a rendered clip which is replaced in the timeline.
One click (rightclick) Videomixdown and replace, like render and replace. But iclude all Effects and parameters. Often i use heavy effects like Neat denoiser, i like an easy way to render that kind of effects in my Video....an than to be able to change the adjustmenlayer over the video track without having to rerender everything.
this is also an easy way to make my videofootage broadcast-safe.