FIX "SNAP TO EDGE OF CLIP" ONCE AND FOR ALL!
SNAP (S) does not work properly! in 99 out of 100 cases you want to snap a video-clip or an audio-clip to the edge of another clip - but premiere almost never snaps to the edge of a clip when there are many clips in a timeline. Premiere needs to always prefer "snap to edge of clip on the current track" Also when duplicating by draging clips - the snap is many times useless and wrong and snaps in a way that parts of clips are cut of instead of lining up at the edge of clips. (the work around is to drag the clip with added space between the clips and then drag it again to snap to edge, since your starting position may hinder you from getting snap to edge - or you will have to zoom in to clear all the wrong "snap-points" from your timeline) This issue will happen hundreds of times every editing session and is beyond annoying. FIX: Always snap to the edge of the clip on the track that the clip is being dragged to - or make Alt or CTRL pressing when dragging a way to prompt "snap to edge of clip (edge=start or end). Thanx /Carl