Bug: "Inverted" Mask option with more than one mask
Doesn't work properly if I add more than one mask and choose inverted in both mask. It should work like Subtract. Maybe adding blending mode like Add and Subtract in Mask would be helpful.
Adobe, pay attention to the masking tool in Premiere. It is really necessary to make changes to the operation of this tool. Very awkward and wooden works. Another sore issue with masking: add the ability to subtract masks as in AE. It is not possible to apply multiple masks to a layer without NEST. Now it is extremely inconvenient to create a pie for the sake of masks by investing in NEST every time. **** madness. Pay attention to this.
Joost Van der Hoeven commented
Not sure if this is a bug, but it is bad design. You can't make doughnut shaped mask shapes in Premiere Pro as the invert-option behave non-standard compared to Ae, Ps and Illustrator. Please fix this.
Niklas Alden commented
This is very important, and actually very strange. I constantly run in to problems with this when grading. Let's say I have a close-up of an eye and I just want to work with the iris, there is no way for me to first mask out the iris and then exclude the pupil with another mask. I know, you can duplicate the clip and make another mask, but that's a workaround (and not a good one). If you want Premiere to be a serious contender for colorists and grading, you have to fix this, just adding blending modes like Franklin here suggests can't be that hard?