Get rid of the AWFUL new interface that came with the recent update... [Import]
The interface completely changed when opening and exporting, and my team HATES it and we cannot find out how to change it back. Please change it back or allow us to opt out of using it. It's unsightly and frankly looks unprofessional. Maybe that was the motivation, but as professionals, we hate it.
Jakub Adamcik commented
I figured a stopgap solution where the old interface is available in Media Encoder.
Obviously, I'd prefer Adobe to bring the old interface in Premiere myself too and we shouldn't be expected to figure out solutions on our own.
Kevin Monahan commented
What are the things you do not like? Can you recommend any changes other than changing it back?
Alexander Riss commented
Hi John, you can also skip it by going directly to the "Edit" Tab - that allows you to import using the media browser as it used to be.
John Davis commented
The new import function defaults to all files in a folder being selected. I do not find any way to deselect other than one at a time. Also, there is no file tree available on the left menu. I find the idea nice, but the execution is horrible. As always, Adobe has seen fit to make a simple task more complicated. Going back to 22.2
Ian Burgmyer commented
Agreed. This is probably the worst file browser I've ever used. I'm sure it's an improvement for people who keep all of their project files in a single location, but it's incredibly cumbersome if you don't.
sean kyt commented
The updated UI for a New Project" is so much more cumbersome. Please give us the option to switch back to the original window. This new look is actually more time consuming, because it's spreed out across the screen.
Matthew Verdi commented
The new update 22.3 has a new interface when you want to create a new file and it sucks! I prefer version 22.2 where it interfaces with Windows 11 as to where you want file located and named. I had to remove the 22.3 update and restore the 22.2 version. I would make the new file creation optional (Windows vs Adobe interface) for future updates.