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    30 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » User experience/interface  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jeremy W. commented  · 

    It's problematic in it's intent, and frustrating for several reasons.

    1. Essentially you are introducing a new UI/visual language in only 2 places (opening and import/export). This UI exists nowhere else in your user experience. For example, we all use AME. You've essentially reskinned AME just for this one moment. Outside of that, it's business as usual. Because of this, this decision is half baked, seemingly arbitrary, and abrasive to the day to day experience.

    2. Too many UI's / visual languages. Now we have 3: The open/import/export, Premiere business as usual UI, and our operating system. The last of which is, has been, and should be more than adequate! So 3 UI experiences... The newly added interface is messy, sparse, INVASIVE, and ultimately not offering anything new other than immediate frustration and cute toggles.

    3. It adds no functionality, creates extra steps to basic tasks, and also lacks expected production features. Generally, when post production software implements it's own folder UI, it does so to add functionality that supports it's purpose, like aggregation of image sequences into a single clip, or hierarchal folder see-through viewing. Not simply to reskin a tried and true thing that already exists.

    4. In your attempt to simplify these 2 moments, you've overcomplicated daily/basic tasks for the long term user / professional.

    I imagine this is all motivated by increasing the user base yearly, or an appeal to fresh content creators, or media buzz. We understand that stability, reliability, and performance isn't as attractive from a marketing standpoint, but it should be considered paramount above all.

    If such a UI is necessary for a certain user base, why not split the path, tabling some of these decisions for an essentials or reduced type version (Premiere Rush)? Or introducing a mode switch: A Pro mode that is sensitive to consistency, with the complexity needed for users that require complete control, and a (for lack of a better term) Toy mode for drop in, drop out consumer content creators?

    Let's not forget that this is software for career professionals. It's OK, if it's a little bit complex. That's how we learn. Production and Post-Production is inherently complex, always will, and should be.

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  2. 161 votes

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    13 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » User experience/interface  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jeremy W. commented  · 

    I just took this for a spin... this new interface, this decision, it's really quite strange. For the most part, nothing really has changed but it begs the question. Why? Who was this for? Ultimately it adds nothing. It introduces a new UI language just for Importing/Exporting. But all other aspects of Premiere are as they were. AME is as it was. It's abrasive. It doesn't look right, and it moves poorly (stutters on Win10). The arrangement of project and sequence name fields reminds me of that scene in Jurassic Park where Nedry breaks the sign and doesn't know which direction to go.

    What was this supposed to offer? As an alternative file browser it makes less sense, it doesn't have traditional pro features like looking for clips through all folders in a hierarchy, or previewing an image sequence as a clip.

    It's a strange path we're heading down. In trying to simplify this Premiere moment, it inadvertently makes things more complicated.

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    7 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » User experience/interface  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    8 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Editing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jeremy W. commented  · 

    Yes, I would really like to see this feature in Premiere. I would happily take a feature like this (actually useful for real work) any day over Sensei/AI nonsense!

    Joke aside, I often need to sequence clips (sometimes in the 50's to 100's in count) to share with groups within my organization. I like to add about 1 to 2 seconds of space between clips, but when I get to volume such as stated above, manually selecting and moving clips can be laborious and time sensitive.

    Premiere is very close. See CLIP > AUTOMATE TO SEQUENCE. But, it is missing some crucial features. IMHO, these should be:

    1. Select a target Video Track
    2. Add x Time (Seconds are Frames) between Clips

    Boom. Awesome feature. Power users rejoice.

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