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    Rob Claisse commented  · 

    This is still a major issue for me. I have lots of footage and being able to see when a clip has been used and where is so vital.

    So an idea, as I can imagine having to scan all projects in a production to work out video usage could be slow and negate from the whole point of productions. How about the "video usage for productions" column which allows you to pick a different project in a production to show the video usage for. Another option could be the video usage only works for projects in the production that are currently open.

    Or many no one else uses video usage?

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    Rob Claisse commented  · 

    Completely agree and Adobe really need to take a look at all the ways thinks get created and dumped into the root of a project, which ends up with projects that are a complete mess. A preference that allowed us to choose defaults for things like nested sequences, after effects linked projects, important footage and assets, recorded VO etc, would really make projects way more organised. Not a flashy new feature but a meaningful improvement in usability for a lot of premiere users.

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    Rob Claisse commented  · 

    Completely agree - it feels that there are features that are so close to being usable but never quite meet.

    Personally I just want to be able to use all the predefined colors I have in my CC libraries to see the fill color of text or a shape. Instead I still have to go get the hex codes from somewhere else and paste it into the color picker. Why does the color picker across all adobe apps let us use colors from our libraries? Or any easy way to drag colors from the CC library panel over to an essential graphics panels and drop it on a fill or stoke object. I understand its non-trivial to implement but CC libraries have all this stuff in there and most of the time it impossible to use that stuff in PP.

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    Rob Claisse commented  · 

    Thanks for coming back on this James.

    Regarding View menu. If those menu items are only associated with things happening in the Program Monitor I don't see why they can only be visible when the Program monitor panel has focus. I don't see how this would conflict with anything else and from a UX standpoint I think there are plenty of times that you might what to change the way the program monitor looks why your main focus is in another panel, be that the project, timeline, Lumeti etc.

    Shortcut wise I think the same case holds true. Example - I might have the guides on, be using the Lumeti panel to tweak the colors and decide the guides are in the way - wouldn't it be great to quickly turn them off without having to use the mouse and multiple clicks?
    The timeline is the most obvious and common use case where being able to use the guide shortcut keys would be hugely beneficial but I don't think its the only one. So my feeling is the guide shortcut keys should be for the whole app.

    Regarding fullscreen. I'm using the "Toggle Fullscreen" command and have a keyboard shortcut of control + ' - the guides all go up into the top left-hand corner. I've got screenshots but there doesn't seem to be a way to attach files to comments. Let me know an email address and I can send them over if it helps.

    And actually, the Toggle Full Screen command and shortcut is a good example. Its global and can be used when in any panel and it only makes the Program Monitor play in fullscreen. In my mind, the ability to show/hide glides is of a similar global nature. And as an aside and for completeness the View menu could actually include the Toggle Full Screen command (its currently not available as a menu item anywhere). I like the Toggle Full Screen when I want to review my timeline without any distractions, compared to the maximising panel command.

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    Rob Claisse commented  · 

    Just an update to this. If I playback video in full screen the guides do not show correctly, they don't scale up correctly - either they show scale or just be hidden automatically in full-screen mode (scale correctly would be the better option). And the keyboard shortcut for hiding guides doesn't work as expected to allow you hide them in the full-screen mode (assuming you entered full screen when the timeline panel was in focus). So you have exit full screen, select the Program panel, hide guides and then go back to full-screen mode.

    Small things but jarring to the user experience and slows sown editing.

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