Sebastiaan Spijker

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    4 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » User experience/interface  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    I've been wanting this for years! Imagine dozens of invisible video layers containing over eighty audio-synced takes from multiple camera's (yes, that's how it works when shooting music video's) on top of a handful of visible layers, containing footage for the actual edit. When selecting the perfect shot/take at a particular time, you need to toggle the visibility of one of the invisible layers, followed by the one one top, followed by the next layer, etc. until you find the one shot you need at that specific point in time and duplicate that to the handful of lower video layers. Now, this leaves the top video layers visible and you need to click each of these layers eye-icon to toggle the layers visibility back to invisible, in order to see the handful of video layers below again. That's a lot of clicking each time you need to go through all of the video layers. Alternatively, you could hold down the shift-key in order to toggle all of the video layers at once. However, the handful of lower video-layer then all need to be toggled individually, in order to make them visible again. Still, a lot of clicking. Photoshop has this incredibly useful feature that allows you to toggle multiple layers by pressing down on the eye-icon and the dragging up or down, which will initiate scrolling through all the layers in the respective direction and in the process toggling all layers on or off (depending on the visibility of the initial layer where the action was started) the mouse comes across, until the mouse button is released, stopping the toggling process. This allows for a multitude of layers to be toggled by simply dragging across a couple of video layers, saving tons of clicks.

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    162 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Editing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    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.

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