An option to remove the audio clip icon overlays for L, R, Ch. 1, Ch. 2, etc.
These are constantly covering up the waveforms, making it difficult to edit audio, unless you zoom in and/or increase the track height.
Here's in image to show just how troublesome this can be:
The ideal solution would also have an associated shortcut, for easy toggling on/off, just as we have for audio track names.
This is item 96 on my spreadsheet.
Nick Robinson commented
hard to imagine a Premiere user who this ISN'T an issue for – which is nuts, because users have been complaining about it online since 2014!
It's shocking that Adobe hasn't bothered to address this, despite nearly a decade of complaints. Why do we pay $54.99 a month for this software again? 😭
It would be useful to have this option, please.
Roei Tzoref commented
thanks for positing this user voice, hopefully this will get fixed eventually
Jonah Oskow-Schoenbrod commented
please, this drives me crazy.
Franco Vaccari commented
did anyone manage to solve this?
James Hargreaves commented
This is mega important
joan maltese commented
This still hasn't been done? I wound up here as a result of a hair-tearing search to find out how.
David Stewart commented
Please ad option to hide the ch.1 overlay
Adam Brixey commented
Agreed with below comments: constant annoyance. Would be nice option to hide/show, especially when you're working with only 2 or 1 channel audio.
Adam Pelka commented
Stephen Webster commented
As noted in one of the forums, the ends of the clip is where the fine edits happen and the labels cover up important waveform info. Plus one from me.
Al Sinclair commented
Andrew Maxwell commented
Yes, this is a constant annoyance in nitty gritty audio editing!
Andreas Urra commented
Awesome spreadsheet. Well organized and thought through. Vote well earned ; )
This point does not bother me but I vote because I am admiring your organization (spreadsheet)! ;0)