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    Very simple issue that needed to be addressed years ago. You should be able to import the footage, create the proxies, and then re-interpret the footage any way you want while editing without having to worry about proxies and without having to re-encode them each time you want to change the framerate in which premiere is reading those files...

    Please it should be as simple as Premiere reading the proxies in the same way it's reading the original file.

    We need to be able to re-interpret the footage on the fly without having to worry about re-encoding proxy files.

    Proxies should be an exact copy of the original file in a lower resolution, am I wrong? So why are you working on a solution that doesn't solve the issue users are having? Do you guys really think that encoding proxies with different framerates than the original file is right? Do you really think that's a solution? Please address this asap its been years of having to deal with this annoying proxy workflow. It's a waste of time.

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    María Rodriguez commented  · 

    Very simple issue that needed to be addressed years ago. You should be able to import the footage, create the proxies, and then re-interpret the footage any way you want while editing without having to worry about proxies and without having to re-encode them each time you want to change the framerate in which premiere is reading those files...

    Please it should be as simple as Premiere reading the proxies in the same way it's reading the original file.

    We need to be able to re-interpret the footage on the fly without having to worry about re-encoding proxy files.

    Proxies should be an exact copy of the original file in a lower resolution, am I wrong? So why are you working on a solution that doesn't solve the issue users are having? Do you guys really think that encoding proxies with different framerates than the original file is right? Do you really think that's a solution? Please address this asap its been years of having to deal with this annoying proxy workflow. It's a waste of time.

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    1 comment  ·  Premiere Pro » Editing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Very simple issue that needed to be addressed years ago. You should be able to import the footage, create the proxies, and then re-interpret the footage any way you want while editing without having to worry about proxies and without having to re-encode them each time you want to change the framerate in which premiere is reading those files...

    Please it should be as simple as Premiere reading the proxies in the same way it's reading the original file.

    We need to be able to re-interpret the footage on the fly without having to worry about re-encoding proxy files.

    Proxies should be an exact copy of the original file in a lower resolution, am I wrong? So why are you working on a solution that doesn't solve the issue users are having? Do you guys really think that encoding proxies with different framerates than the original file is right? Do you really think that's a solution? Please address this asap its been years of having to deal with this annoying proxy workflow. It's a waste of time.

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    152 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Closed Captions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    This is not a bug, it’s as designed. We specifically limit the visibility to one track at a time to avoid accidentally burning in multiple tracks. Also, when exporting to a format that only supports one captions stream like SRT or STL, we need to know which is the active track in order to export the correct track.

    But I understand why you might need two tracks visible at the same time.

    Multiple speakers:
    If we could automatically identify speakers and designate a style associated with them, would that help? For example speaker 1 is blue and on the left, speaker 2 is yellow and on the right?

    Multiple languages:
    Do you ever need to burn in both at the same time or is it just a matter of being able to see both to aid in translation and alignment?

    Thanks for the feedback, we really are listening :)

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    Hi all, 

    There are two parts to this request:

    1. Ensuring that proxies are created respecting changes that have already been applied to media via Interpret Footage. 

    2. Ensuring that changes in Interpret Footage are applied to proxies that have already been created. 

    The first part was done and is in v23 or later of Premiere Pro and Media Encoder. The second part is being worked on but I don't have a release data to share at this time. 

    Regards,

    Fergus

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    Very simple issue that needed to be addressed years ago. You should be able to import the footage, create the proxies, and then re-interpret the footage any way you want while editing without having to worry about proxies and without having to re-encode them each time you want to change the framerate in which premiere is reading those files...

    Please it should be as simple as Premiere reading the proxies in the same way it's reading the original file.

    We need to be able to re-interpret the footage on the fly without having to worry about re-encoding proxy files.

    Proxies should be an exact copy of the original file in a lower resolution, am I wrong? So why are you working on a solution that doesn't solve the issue users are having? Do you guys really think that encoding proxies with different framerates than the original file is right? Do you really think that's a solution? Please address this asap its been years of having to deal with this annoying proxy workflow. It's a waste of time.

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