Multiple Color Labels Per Clip
Premiere used to allow labeling each splice of the same movie clip with a different color label. Now, within the last few versions, it seems to globally apply the color label to the entire clip.
For over a decade now, this has been my workflow for breaking down footage to label sections of the same clip into a quick visual indicator of Great/Good/Useable/No Good footage. Now that feature has been taken away. I would like that back, PLEASE!
Mitchell Powers commented
This is currently absolutely destroying my workflow. now, to indicate selects within the rough, I have to drag to v1, super selects to v2, etc.
Why change this at all, Adobe?
Loic Leung commented
Dude i agree ! Same for me ! It sucks !
Julian Übe commented
for years we estimated this function to separate interview-chapters from multiple interviewed people per topics and colour-labels to prepare them for getting a senseful short and essential story.
I need that functionback-indeed!!!
D.L. Watson commented
Please fix this issue. This breaks a workflow that our company has used for years. C Van Winkle sent me.