Set Poster Frame with subclips doesn't work since last update NOV 2019 :(
I create a subclip and i cant organize my documentary material. Thats make my angry
Lance Li commented
still not solved
Taylor Smith commented
Poster frames are no longer working for me as well - I believe this started after the Nov update.
They do work for the original clips - but NOT for subclips. I was using them successfully for the last 2 versions and suddenly they stopped working. Using the right-click menu, the keyboard shortcut - nothing works.
Please - I’m begging you guys to fix this. It’s definitely a bug. It’s a vital, very basic function that should be working in any mature NLE, especially one that’s been around as long as Premiere.
This thread describes my issues exactly and has reports from many more people with the same problem: https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/set-poster-frame-not-working/td-p/10562057?page=1
William Hunter commented
I agree. Why do we make subclips? So we can pull out takes and organize our scenes. What happens if they all take the first frame of the shot? It renders them fairly useless.
Please fix this.
Max Weinman commented
Totally ditto on this. Bring this back.