Cursor Frame Behavior (Affecting In Out, Ripple Edits)
Cursor Frame Behavior (Affecting In Out, Ripple Edits).
Ok team, I know you had some guy complain about how the Cursor works in the timeline, and now you changed how it works, which completely screwed over the Ripple Trim to Previous Edit.
What WORKED before yesterday was if you were on the front of a clip in the timeline, and you hit the Ripple Trim to Previous Edit, it would remove the first frame and obviously move the entire timeline up a frame to compensate.
THIS WAS INSANELY HANDY because if you're trimming a clip, you could just hit that button a few times and make it work right.
Now, because you guys changed how the cursor works, I have to hit Right on my keypad, and then hit the Ripple edit button, and it'll remove that first frame.
Guys, you seriously screwed over an entire generation of editos who know how editing works. I know some people complain about how the cursor works, but this sucks.
Why not just create a preference option where you can make the Cursor act like FILM or act like it is now. All NLEs were based on film editing, which lots of people expect and relied upon. Now, I have to hit an extra keystroke all the time which is massively time consuming.
Can you please just put in a preference option to revert back or not? That would solve this issue for everyone instead of bowing to people that don't understand NLE history.
Rogier Postma commented
You are absolutely right, this is the reason why I've not upgraded because it makes the edit process slower.
Ceylan Le Compte commented
ant on commented
Yes, please fix this
Scott Crozier commented
I use E/R as frame advance left one right one frame and keep Q/W as ripple trim so if you have it mapped like that you just have to bounce between R and Q on the keyboard with the left hand. Its not so bad but yeah I can see how this is annoying if you are left on default keyboard mapping.
My keyboard shortcuts are loosely based on this guy's. Sort of changed my life ha.
DFD Solutions commented
Does anyone know if this has been fixed yet?
Felix Bürkner commented
I can not believe how you could just delete this feature!
David Goodliffe commented
Commenting one more time on this because MY GOODNESS I need this feature back.
David Goodliffe commented
Oh my goodness, please fix this, this is absolutely key to editing quickly.
DIEGO PORFIRIO commented
Please, fix this, or set in a way we can toggle on/off. Its very very handy to cut interviews. I feel like losing one leg.
Sendero Filmes commented
I second this!!! please fix it asap!
洋康 若月 commented
Why the sudden change to such an important operation?
Doesn't anyone on the development team use Premiere pro?
Josh Taylor commented
Please fix this. I’ve reinstalled the older version until this is fixed. Losing this ability increases editing time greatly.
Caleb Owen commented
How did this happen? This is one of the most fundamental tools I needed to quickly cut interviews. I truly thought I was going insane so thank you for making this post. I have a lot of cutting to get through the next few days and I'm so frustrated that they made this change. I'm going to try and revert back to an older version for as many of these projects as possible. Hopefully we can get a response from Adobe regarding this.
So I tried out the new version for a while and I got to thinking. Here's a fix that could please everyone that's a combination of the old and new ripple trim.
NEW: When doing a ripple trim in the middle of a clip, the new could remain the way it is where it doesn't trim the frame the playhead is on.
OLD: But then! When the playhead rests at the beginning of the clip, a ripple trim could then trim one frame at a time like the old behavior.
This seems ideal to me and would please both fans of the old behavior and the new behavior. People who liked the old behavior I don't think cared about 1 frame being cut off for ripple trims in the middle of a clip (I don't anyway). And people who like the new behavior won't care if pressing ripple trim at the beginning of a clip takes one frame away because they weren't using ripple trim that way anyway.
DFD Solutions commented
Yes I agree.
I am reverting back to the old version until they change this.
The definitely need to fix this ASAP. This is easily my most used shortcut and speeds up my workflow an enormous amount.
How is there now option to delete/trim just one frame in front of the playhead!
Torstein Sjulstad commented
Mattia Guzman commented
I second this!! I've been trimming for years this way and now the entire workflow is slowed down big time
Any chance we can get confirmation on whether this is a bug or a feature? I can't find it listed anywhere in the change notes listed here: https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/whats-new/2022.html
This has to be a bug, right? Why would anyone change this after it's been this way for so many years?
EDIT: Turns out it's neither and it's actually supposed to be a bug fix:
"Ripple Trim shortcut will slip one frame."
I second this. At the very least can we get a toggle? I have nearly 6 years of muscle memory using ripple trim to adjust clips one frame at a time and this won’t be a trivial thing to get over. Thanks for your consideration!