AE and PPro have been deeply integrated for over a decade.
Slip Clips without adjusting Keyframes. (Like in After Effects)
This is becoming more and more of a time waster as every project tends to be delivered in a bunch of resized aspect ratios and required a few frame adjustments here and there. It would be great to slip the content of clips without adjusting the keyframes. (Just like you can in after effects).
For example, I'd like to keep my digital zoom/dolly in place but slip the start and end points of said zoom/dolly - by not moving the keyframes.1 vote
Regarding delivering in different aspect ratios : You’re familiar with PPro’s auto reframe functionality, yes?
Also, PPro supports slip edits, which seem relevant to your use case (search for ‘slip’):
The outpoints are not on frame since the lates update. So every Outpoint needs manual adjustment. Why?
My Idea is that you please change it to the proper settings. It kills my workflow, having to reset the outpoints after Hotkey-Input manually. It's always 1 frame off..1 vote
In your experience, in what version of PPro did the outpoint move OFF of frames?
So lots of us use the correct process and still cannot use proxies. I don’t see any real answers from Adobe just more amazing improvements on lots of other things but without this very basic fix
What are we doing here if proxies don’t work ?
How bout charging us $25 a month until they work for us like everyone else ?1 vote
Proxies work great for most users.
Specifically, what problem are you encountering?
In Premiere 2020, when you export a frame from the timeline it is a different brightness/grade to the original (lighter). You see the jump when you put it back into the timeline.
I use this feature all the time and it has never been a problem in any of the previous versions.7 votes
To what format are you exporting?
We are a shop with 7 seats of Premiere running off of a server. Since upgrading to 2020, every time I add a dissolve and try to change its duration I get an error pop up that says Run Script Error "undefined is not an object". After a very long online chat with Adobe support, their solution was to work from local drives. This is NOT a solution as we are a big shop that cuts thousands of commercials and videos a year with multiple editors working from the same media at the same time, necessitating working off a server. The odd thing is this is only happening on 5 of the 7 systems, all similarly configured. AND was not happening with 2019. Anyone else having this issue and have you found a solution. here is a link to an mp4 showing the issue https://vimeo.com/386823872/2f3d192232. We are running Win10 Machines w/Nvidia RTX1080ti graphics cards. 64 gig or RAM
We are a shop with 7 seats of Premiere running off of a server. Since upgrading to 2020, every time I add a dissolve and try to change its duration I get an error pop up that says Run Script Error "undefined is not an object". After a very long online chat with Adobe support, their solution was to work from local drives. This is NOT a solution as we are a big shop that cuts thousands of commercials and videos a year with multiple editors working from the same media at the same time, necessitating working off a server.…1 vote
What third party panels or scripts are you using?
‘undefined is not an object’ is an ExtendScript error. From the video, it seems like some panel is parsing the project after you apply the transition…and failing.
Text that pops up at every marker similar to the sequence editor , but the text is coming from a pre written script and the way it pops up can be customised. Kind of like a glorified subtitle machine with more features - maybe even with audio to text support?1 vote
Could you walk us through, from a user’s perspective, how the entire workflow would work?
I would like the "add edit" function to work in empty sections of the timeline. I use this feature in Avid daily and it's a huge time saver.1 vote
If there’s nothing in the timeline, what would you want the ‘add edit’ function to do?
I would love the ability to open a source clip in the timeline to easily configure audio tracks, scrub the clip, and create markers and in/out points. Much the same way you can open a source sequence in the timeline panel.12 votes
What would opening a source clip in the timeline offer, that opening it in the Source monitor doesn’t already support?
- Don't see your idea?