Neal McGuire

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    Neal McGuire commented  · 

    I agree, there needs to be transitions. Don't get, me wrong, this is great for the hearing impaired. It's poor for everything else. Why bother allowing for different fonts, weights, and colors, if you are going to have them enter and exist like a sledgehammer? I think there was some tunnel vision when putting this in. It has the potential of being a really great feature, but it's not usable for me currently. It doesn't create a professional-looking result.

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    Are you suggesting that the media exported from a project, should by default be saved next to that project?

    PPro maintains different lists of recently-used folders, for different tasks. Projects get defaulted to the last project save location, exported media gets defaulted to the most recent export location.

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    Neal McGuire commented  · 

    The media that is exported by a project should by default be saved next to the project. Or at least there should be an option so to make that the default.

    What would be really great, is if you could set up a template file structure. One that allowed for folders for video, images, audio, and the other Adobe media programs to place their files. You set the top-level folder name, and the other folder popergate under it. An overall project manager.

    So if I start a project, let us call it Green Tree Farm. If I start that project in any of the Adobe media products, they know to place their files under that project in a predefined folder. They also know where to pull the original or processed videos, images and audio files. When it is time to export or save the results from those programs, they also know to place them into specific folders under that main structure.

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