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  1. Bug: Responsive design doesn't work if there's audio

    Audio seems to break responsive design.

    Today I tried making a graphic template for Premiere. I set an intro and outro protected regions like normal. I also included a sound effect in the intro protected region for this one.

    Premiere ignored the responsive design for the mogrt and just trimmed it like a normal clip if I tried to change the out time (I also could not extend it beyond the original run time).

    I tried a few things to fix it but the only thing that worked was removing the sound effect. So audio seems to break responsive design.

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  2. Render manager to remember in and out points

    When you try to make multiple renders from the same comp using the work bar.

    It currently will render the work bar even after you set the render settings for a comp, and then move the work bar to start a new render later in the same comp.

    For example if you set a render with work bar in and out of 0:00-0:10 set a render task... Ctrl M.

    Then make a new render from work bar... 0:20-0:30 Ctrl M, it will still render both files as 0:20-0:30.

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    Thanks for filing this issue. What you describe is the way After Effects is designed to work.

    When you send a comp to the render queue, that render item remains “live” until you start the render queue. What this means is that any changes you make to the comp after adding it to the render queue will be reflected in the render item. This includes any changes to the comp including adding/removing/modifying layers, changing the comp dimensions or duration, or modifying the work area.

    If you want to render multiple different durations of the same comp, there are a couple of ways to do this:

    1. After you set the work area for the first duration and add the comp to the render queue, open the Render Settings dialog for that render item. Notice that the Time Span option is set to Work Area (this is the default unless you…

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