Shift-dragging audio keyframes in the timeline no longer keeps audio the same level.
Selecting audio keyframes and shift-dragging them used to keep them the keyframes at the same decibel level. Now when I do this, it bumps it down a few decibels and then stays the same level.
As usual, Premiere fixes or adds one thing, and breaks another.
Элёржон Кимсанов commented
While using hotkeys for workaround
Jonathan Jones commented
I know it's a seemingly minor issue, but this really messes with the ability to edit properly.
Are you able to give any insight as to why Premiere is so terribly buggy? I've been planning my transition to Resolve for awhile now, as soon as I have the time to learn it, which is no small thing being so acclimated to Premiere. Premiere is just so frustrating. A new bug gets introduced every single update.
AdminMatt Stegner (Admin, Adobe DVA) commented
This is fixed internally and should be fixed in the next patch.