Ability to add essential graphics, sequences, any asset really to Libraries from Premiere
I find the current Libraries integration in Premiere less than useful.
Essential graphics can neither draw from or add swatches to Libraries; and I cannot add to it the things I need to easily share across projects, for example text styles (titles or sub titles master styles); graphics; or sequences. I imagine a sequence rendering itself to something akin to an embedded graphic in Ai and becoming available in the library - say, an animated logo bug.
The current Libraries set up has me running in circles (oh look, Groups! oh, wait...) eventually discovering that it can't do anything intuitive.
Rob Claisse commented
Completely agree - it feels that there are features that are so close to being usable but never quite meet.
Personally I just want to be able to use all the predefined colors I have in my CC libraries to see the fill color of text or a shape. Instead I still have to go get the hex codes from somewhere else and paste it into the color picker. Why does the color picker across all adobe apps let us use colors from our libraries? Or any easy way to drag colors from the CC library panel over to an essential graphics panels and drop it on a fill or stoke object. I understand its non-trivial to implement but CC libraries have all this stuff in there and most of the time it impossible to use that stuff in PP.