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    9 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Audio  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    King555 commented  · 

    @david Kaplowitz: Meanwhile Matt Stegner and I found out that it's only a bug in version 14.5. Just install the latest version and it is fixed. And the workaround is to go to the channel map and enable the effect there (it's a little icon on the top right corner of every effect settings window).

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    King555 commented  · 

    Sorry for my late response. I was not able to upload it again before today. Here is another try (see attachment).

    EDIT: OK, did not work again (not as .prproj and not as .zip). I will send it via mail.

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    King555 commented  · 

    Please see the attached project file. It contains only a single, empty sequence with 4 audio effects on the only audio track. I do not know which version of Premiere was used to create the project file itself, but the audio effects have been created/inserted with version 14.7.0 Build 23. Then this project has been opened in version 14.5.0 Build 51 and was saved there. After opening it in 14.7 again, the effects are not working anymore in the attached project.

    EDIT: Do you see an attachment? Because I do not see it after posting.

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    King555 commented  · 

    Premiere and After Effects (and all the other Adobe products) got a major update, which I installed today. Not only that this bug is still present – now also After Effects creates this directory!

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    King555 commented  · 

    I have the same problem. On every launch of Premiere the folder "D:\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Common\LUTs\Technical" is created (folder is empty). All Adobe software is on drive C:. I never installed Dropbox, but I had OneDrive installed (never used it and uninstalled it before installing Adobe CC).

    EDIT: Here 3 threads from the Adobe community concerning this topic (maybe there are useful information for the developers):
    https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/appdata-lut-folder-under-onedrive/m-p/11043701?page=1
    https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/appdata-luts-folder-appears-on-desktop-when-starting-premiere/m-p/11209335?page=1
    https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/annoying-appdata-folder/m-p/11108172?page=1

    EDIT 2: I have the same problem on my second PC (laptop), which has the same software installed.

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