Auto keyframe should be OFF! By default it should be off!
The autokeyframe by default on things loke opacity has been a source of many a frustrations for me.
I set an opacity value. Then later I change it. Play it back and I wonder why it isn't set where I wanted. So I open it up an goddammit the autokeyframe was on by default so to get rid of it I push the stop watch and that warning is thrown right at my face. I never wanted the keyframes in the first place so why did you assume I would, adobe?!
This problem would not be nearly as aggravating if the behavior of keyframes was consistent. Not like now, when autokeyframe is on by default for some values but not others. Pick one and stick to it.
Implemented in 14.2.
Auto-bezier by default in Premiere and in AE is actually the worst thing ever. Literally I've never once wanted to use it, so why is it defaulted switch to auto-bezier when you create keyframes?
Same with the keyframe on Opacity.. WHY IS IT THE DEFAULT TO HAVE A KEYFRAME???
David Gurney commented
Remember folks, now that Adobe has switched to an expensive RENTAL model, it will enable them to deliver bug fixes and enhancements in a timely manner!
May 2018. Still under "Review". So this is what Adobe calls "Development"? I'm glad Adobe isn't into health care where human lives are dependent from decisions and actions. I'm tired of this lazyness since nearly two decades. Ignorance is bliss.
PLEASE CHANGE THIS
please please please please please please please please please please please please please
Robert Merritt commented
Please fix this! Its a pretty annoying feature. Professionals at this point know how to operate keyframes and dont need any sort of hand-holding. At least make this an option to turn off.
Dugo Dedson commented
Asking your imaginary friend to cast a magic spell on it, unfortunately won't do anything.
But thanks for trying.
Alessandro Ugo commented
God bless this request
Yes please! Clicking that ******* button 10 times a day makes me so angry. I'm having anxiety just thinking about it. No understanding of why it's like this.
Nels McLaughlin commented
I teach an intro to Premiere class and this is something that screws my students up EVERY. FREAKING. TIME. For those that have never touched a NLE in their life, this is a 'feature' that kills them and their productivity on a regular basis.
DO AWAY WITH THIS NONSENSE!
GET THIS SORTED ADOBE! This is driving me crazy every time editing.
Sami Succar commented
The way I do it right now:
- Turn off the stopwatch for one clip.
- Copy the clip.
- Select all clips on the timeline.
- Paste attributes.
That's really annoying, please just get rid of this auto keyframing thing already.
Please for the love of all that is holy make this a feature. Why would you ever have it set to automatic keyframe when you're looping audio. It doesn't make sense, the whole point is you're often trying to find the sweet spot for the effect you're applying, not keyframe it. WHY oh why do we have to spend hours on stupid issues like this in Premiere, it's ridiculous
While you guys are at it...
I believe I've found all the parameters that are currently auto-keyframed.
In the preferences panel, I'd make it look something like this:
Fun fact, I actually have no idea what "bypass" is.
Alex Valtchev commented
YES YES YES, really?!?! DO NOT force users on set preferences, give us options! SOme like it ON, most like it OFF. Set it OFF by default and make an option in preferences to be ON by default. Make EVERYONE happy :)
Agreed, this is highly annoying. Let's get this fixed please, adobe!
+1 for making an option for this in the preferences. In general, it is annoying.
@DavidK Please note that "Speed" and (audio)"Balance" are also on by default. There MIGHT be others that I don't remember.
Now, some people might like having these on by default, so perhaps there should be a checkbox for each of them in the Preferences panel (with them OFF by default.)
"Speed," in particular, might be one that is better to be ON by default, (IDK, I don't use it much) but it would be good to have it as an option.
This is a hangover from the past when users couldn't add keyframes to the clip keyframe rubberbands unless Toggle Animation was on in the ECP. Since these 3 intrinsics were the default effects for the clip rubberbands, animation was toggled on for them. Today you can add a keyframe using either the Selection tool (Ctrl/Cmd+click) or the Pen tool (just click) and animation is toggled on automatically, so there's no longer a need to have animation on by default. Thanks for the feedback and for bringing it to our attention!
The default being 'on' is nonsense.