In addition to Label colors, can we get a Label "gradient" for broadcast versioning?
Previously, Adobe have made changes that were hostile to broadcast environments where versioning is required (changing the function of "enter" to become "all stop"?!)
To make lives (or at least mine) easier, I humbly request the following:
When versioning out multiples of a master, each audio cut is unique. If I could select all the audio cuts and choose "label-->gradient series", this would allowing me to choose two colours and then Premiere would label each item selected--in order--with the colors between those two colours selected.
This would make versioning more efficient and less prone to error.
Glancing at a timeline would reveal if the audio is correct--and in the correct order. As it stands I could (and have) changed the label colour of each audio clip individually so that this is apparent.
Choosing two opposing colours would create a ramp that's graduations would be very noticable, unless the number of cuts was enormous.
Colour blind editors/users could stick to greyscale, and work via luminance.
Please see attached for an example of how I achieve this manually ATM.