Change default "Show Clip Keyframe" for entire sequence
The visible keyframe slider for every video is Opacity by default. It is a nightmare trying to right click each clip, if you need to display a different keyframe for it (E.g. Time for speed ramps).
An option is necessary for setting the default displayed keyframes for the entire sequence. The ability to also bulk change thedisplayed keyframes for multiple clips would also be good.
Ivan Ivanov commented
OMG! I thought I was the only one but nope... EVERYONE is doing speed ramps these days. It's a NECESSITY, not some optional extra feature. We MUST be able to get to it quickly, Adobe!! Instead of having to press 3 buttons for EACH clip!!! This is UNACCEPTABLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL Adobe is such a joke...
Petr Vojtěch commented
Thought I was stupid I could not find this anywhere in Premiere... please make this happen. Opacity as default is not really useful. I would swith to Speed.
Sky Doherty commented
YES. Manually changing "Show Clip Keyframes>Time Remapping>Speed" one by one is a total waste of time!
Mohsen Naderi commented
totally! I also really need this feature.
Victor Chambliss commented
I agree 100%. I hope this gets added soon.
Sufian Alatrash commented
OMG, the same here ... I wish they found a solution soon!!!
Matan Tamarkin commented
Agree! i need a default Time remapping keyframes!
Dennis Suryana commented
it's already 2020 and this feature for setting a default keyframe is not yet implemented? Adobe will surely be beaten by another upcoming video editing competitor if this keeps continues...
Jim Lakey commented
It's annoying when you flatten multicam and then the clips default to "position" keyframes instead of opacity. There needs to be an option to bulk change clips or on a per sequence basis to select the type of keyframe shown. Would love to see this addressed.
just googled to see how to set default as time remapping and found this thread instead of a solution. Please address Adobe!!
Peter Call commented
How does this not have more than 15 votes? This has to be a problem for anyone who keyframes anything... I don't think I have ever seen a video where I thought, "Oh, looks like Opacity keyframes really came in handy!"
Jeremy Abbott commented
Please yes...I edit real estate and use speed adjustment on virtually every single clip. I've never once used the timeline for opacity keyframes. Having this option would speed up my workflow immensely.
Flip Kim commented
I totally agree
Agreed! I hardly use the opacity feature. Right-clicking every clip in a sequence is a nightmare,