ability to set poster frames on subclips.
there is an absolute need to be able to set poster frames on subclips. the fact that it doesn't work on subclips is counterproductive, and hinders the workflow. it simply is incomprehensible this is still not possible in Premier Pro 14.01
DANIEL MEZZAPICA commented
Poster frames on subclips. Essential feature.
Andreas Urra commented
Still doesn't work on 15.4.1
Duane Martin commented
Premiere Pro 15.4.1 (Build 6) and assigning poster frames to subclips still does not work. Well there are other professional NLEs where poster frames work.
Ny Tid & Orientering AS Truls Lie commented
Really? Organizing subclips imagewise, is a must. Adobe cannot expect us to organize those mostly by clip names!
William Hunter commented
This has started working for me. I can set the poster frame on subclips and they stay on as I move the clips around and change focus to other clips and whatnot.
Voosh Moozik commented
OMG, i'm glad i'm not alone
Ed Wolski commented
When I have 2 original long clips (20 minutes or more), poster frames are not useful if I can't apply them to subclips. This would be a great feature, especially since the freeform view allows us to storyboard a sequence.
Max Weinman commented
I went through a long back and forth with Adobe on this; they told me it would be available with the next update. 14.02 doesn't seem to have it as a feature. It's insane that this doesn't work, or at least work consistently. Some files it does work for, but after testing many many different codecs, clips, etc., I can tell you all there's no apparent rhyme or reason to this.
Adobe, wake up.
Lance Li commented
For sure we need it.
R. Neil Haugen commented
Oh, Heavens, yes ... why this isn't already available mystifies me. Poster frames would be even more needed FOR subclips ....