This is a great request that is certainly something we want to implement. Rest assured our engineers DO understand the importance of this feature and how to get the job done. We also know that the performance and stability of the app should be our #1 priority and that is where our focus is right now.
I have updated internal records with this request.
Please continue to update with feedback and upvotes.
Thanks for the feedback!
408 votesUnder Review · 42 comments · Premiere Pro » Effects & Transitions · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Thanks for the feedback. This feature request has been updated internally.
Thanks for the feedback and followup. The team is listening and we will take this under consideration.
Thanks for your input on how to improve the browser and the details on how you are organizing your Motion Graphics templates.
A bit more info from Jarle Leirpol
"By default, you will see only the default template location in the UI, named Local Templates Folder, with a checkbox. In Premiere Pro 13.0 (October 2018 version), you can add more local folders. These can be used in addition to the default Local Templates Folder in the drop-down menu. You no longer need to save templates to the rather strangely located Local Templates Folder, and I find this very helpful.
From the Essential Graphics panel menu, you can choose Manage Additional Folders to add paths.
You can select which additional folders the panel should show MOGRTs from.
Click the Add button to add a folder. Select a folder and click Remove to remove it from the list.
From the Manage Additional Folders dialog box, you can add (and delete) multiple folder paths, give the folder paths custom names, and so on. Clicking OK will add all custom paths to the Browse panel as a drop-down menu next to the Local filter option.
The added folders will be available in the drop-down menu in the Browse panel. These will provide the ability for additional organization and sorting."
Thanks for the feedback. We are monitoring these threads and will consider these requests!
Feel free to keep them coming!
211 votesUnder Review · 11 comments · Premiere Pro » User experience/interface · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Thanks for the feedback. We will take this request into consideration.
Please keep the requests coming!
Thanks for all the feedback so far.
It is one of many areas we are looking into.
This is definitely an area where we'd like to make improvements. Thanks for the feedback. We will take this into consideration.
Thank you for this request. We have received this information and will take this into consideration.
Please keep the requests coming!
Thanks for the feedback. We released some improvements in this area with our patch we released earlier this week. Please update to the latest patch and let us know if any issues remain.
Thank you for the feedback.
Newer Mac hardware treats headphones and speakers as two separate audio devices. Previously, this was more of an automatic switch handled by the OS.
Thank you for the feedback. We are investigating this issue.
As Wes noted, we are looking at many areas for optimization and have made strides in the last few releases already.
We recognize there are still many areas to improve performance and we are investing in appropriate areas.
Threads that are catch-alls are often non-actionable. Please keep giving us specific feedback on what workflows are slow for you.
Technical solutions may not always be as obvious as some people may be suggesting as the application architecture is often very different than people’s conception.
Short answer. Yes, we want to and will make it faster.
We are actively continuing to make optimizations and performance improvements in several areas.
We are listening to these requests. Thank you for the feedback.
Thanks for the feedback. We will consider this request for a future release.
As always, thanks for posting, thanks for voting – please stay tuned.
Thanks everyone for your feedback. I am moving this to Under Review.
Thank you for the feedback. We are listening.
File path mismatch can be a common cause of duplicate issues. If the media is imported from different locations with different file paths this can cause duplicate files in the Project Panel. It can be a tricky problem to resolve as many times users may have many files with the same name. There can be many user scenarios and we are working to continue to make this work better.
The new Consolidate Duplicates command is one of our recent steps towards improvements.
Do some of you have more specific feedback related to this new functionality? More details and specific examples and requests are welcome.
Sorry you're running into issues here.
More information is needed to understand the source of the issue here.
There are many GPU driver related changes with 2019. This has possibly been the most common cause of issues.
On the Windows side, some users have had better luck navigating directly to the Nvidia site to get the latest drivers. Windows update has not always provided the latest versions. Premiere Pro requires updated drivers that support CUDA 9.2 in order to use GPU acceleration.
For those with Intel drivers, there is a similar situation. Intel's driver assistant can notify the user that the driver is current when it is not. For those with Dual GPU systems or laptops, please update your Intel driver directly from the Intel website.
Please feel free to reach out to support resources. You can open a case with them via call or chat at this link: https://helpx.adobe.com/contact.html.
I will take a look at this issue today. Starting with the steps above I'm not seeing the issue on my MacBookPro running 10.13.6 and Pr 12.1.2. I will continue to investigate and will test this on Windows.
If anyone has a link to a project they'd like to share - please let me know.
Additional information such as GPU (VRAM) OS, Driver version, etc would be appreciated.
QE Premiere Pro
8 votesUnder Review · 2 comments · Cross-Application Workflows » Motion Graphics Templates · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
In the meantime - (workaround suggestion) You can create a slider with higher custom values that suggest round numbers for the end user (such as 1-10) You can use an expression on the AE side to round values to these solid numbers.
I'm a Quality Engineer on the Premiere team. I can assure you that we test the product and there is no shortage of work to be done. :) I'm also an editor and use the product for my own side projects on a semi-regular basis. I just completed a short documentary project with 2018.
Some configurations and environments can results in more problems than others (resolutions, formats, filters, hardware, etc) Of course we are committed to continuing to improve the quality and stability of Premiere. If we can get detailed information and we can reproduce any issues you're seeing on your side, we are more than willing to help resolve any issues.
Are there any specific bugs that your have logged that have not been addressed? Can you share detailed steps or even projects that we can use on our side to reproduce issues you're experiencing. If you have time to help break things down a bit more I'm willing to lend a hand.
Premiere Pro Quality Engineer
Can you elaborate a bit more on how you'd like this to work. Are you referring specifically to ripple edits? Have you noticed that we do have a trim option that will trim the clip under the playhead and will not ripple the track?