Ability to see audio waveform and video in source window
The ability to see a waveform and the video at the same time.
Jon Collins commented
Could really do with this Adobe. Waveform editing is a bit of a problem in PP right now. Old FCP7 used to handle this fine.
Kevin K commented
Going on 4 years now and this hasn't been addressed. I just read Adobe surpassed 26 million creative cloud subscribers with a yearly revenue of $10+Billion. If you split that up across the ~20 products adobe offers in its creative cloud, that's $500 MILLION Premiere Pro takes in per year.
This suggestion has been around for 4 years. Its #8 of the 10 most popular suggestions, and the only one that hasn't been acknowledged.
Get it together Adobe.
Aubrey Glendinning commented
I would use this everyday.
Andrew Shell commented
This would save so much time on workflow.
Laurens Louman commented
This would greatly improve my workflow (and maybe even output quality)
Steven Probets commented
600 votes and no answer. Would save so much time.
Andrew Hendren commented
10/10 Would use this feature daily.
Dominic Newman commented
I have to edit clips with long periods between dialogue, would be very conveniant to be able to quickly jump to the correct parts without slowly scrubbing through.
Ian RockMoore commented
Seriously Adobe - we've been asking for this for 2 years. Come on.
Myles Hamlyn commented
Please Adobe! This helps sooo much when filtering! Esp when you have 10 takes on the same video clip. Otherwise, I'm going to have to start using Davinci to start filtering my footage, and that is just a hassle.
Isaac Rodríguez Ruiz commented
Most of editing software has this. It's necessary for professional audiovisual editing. I hope they implement this soon.
Ben Singer commented
Four years later, and this hasn't been implemented? This is a really simple and needed update. Get on this Adobe.
Yura Fresh commented
Must have function for modern editing software. Extremely useful when editing a dialog or talking head
Stan Mahabir commented
One more reason to use resolve. Adobe is asleep at the wheel on so many things that are basic essentials these days. Time saving features like this request are key.
Thiago Cursino commented
Omg, I need this feature so bad. It's essential when cutting dialogues. Nothing until now?
Robert Beyer commented
This could also be a solution to this problem:
However it is implemented, it's a needed feature for finding audio cues visually when going throug the source files in the source monitor
Jim Ford commented
The old Avid Liquid editing suite had this feature MANY years ago and was always very useful to have available. I miss having this item as one of my daily edit tools.
Jeff M commented
This would be EXTREMELY useful. As of now, I must wait through long silences in my clips because I don't know precisely when the good stuff starts. This would be SO MUCH FASTER. I really need this.
tony muka commented
IT WORKS! I just came back here after googling for how to show both video and waveform in the source window. I didn't find an answer at the time, but today after plugging in an hdmi display as a 2nd monitor to my laptop that after I enabled it in the Premiere > Preference > Playback that when i left the source monitor set on waveform, the external htmi display shows the video at the same time! very helpful! I still agree it should be an option to show them both on the same display pane, but at least it's possible! It's also very nice to have a full monitor output switch between the source and timeline automatically.
Pierre Louis Beranek commented
Nice mockup gus. Wonder if Adobe is onboard with this idea. Davinci Resolver already has this feature.