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    All,


    first of all I wanted to thank everyone for making this a productive conversation over the last couple of days.


    As several people responded to my comment about keeping the tone civilised, I need to dwell on that for a minute. Please hear me out, this is important to everyone on my crew and I hope it will be to you.


    Saying that we shouldn't be surprised when things get heated is very problematic in my opinion. How do you expect a junior person on my team to respond to a technical question when it is combined with something that can easily be described as hate speech? How do you think we can actually come together on actual issues when there's already the assumption that we're a big faceless corporation, not even listening to our customers?


    People on my team have received threats. I've been there over the years,…

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    This video by Karl Soule explains the new HDR color spaces well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odwptnEhxJs

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    Are you using a Blackmagic IO device? If so, review the section on how to configure preferences starting on page 37 of the Blackmagic Desktop Video Manual available for download here: https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/support/family/capture-and-playback

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    {Scratches head...) If you don't have audio, what do you want to sync the images with?

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    Try using File > Export > Captions

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    Good find! The good news is that It looks like it's been fixed in the current beta. Thanks, Larry.

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    Hi Tom,

    Try adjusting the Appearance preference to lighten the background. Should help with the issue.

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    Hi Daniel,
    You can do this now. Switch to Icon View, select the audio file you want to preview and press the spacebar to play. You can even set in/out points to begin a rough cut edit. There is no "play button", but none is actually needed to play the file.

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    Hi Darpan,
    Can you provide steps to reproduce or even a screen recording of the issue? Not enough detail here to be actionable.

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    Hide/unhide markers is now available in the Premiere Pro beta

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    This already exists... just not as part of the workspace. Adjust the tack heights the way you like them and then under the timeline wrench menu, choose "Save Preset". Provide a useful name and if desired, set a keyboard shortcut. You can save up to 10 of these track height presets and recall them via the wrench menu or a keyboard shortcut..

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    Try enabling the user preference "Use legacy audio effect playback pre-roll" under Preferences > Audio. That likely will resolve the issue.

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    Hi Carl,

    The answer here depends on how you are using the Snap feature. If you enable the Snap feature (horseshoe magnet icon) in the sequence, clips will snap to the markers or other clips ends in the timeline as you drag the clip to new locations. If you don't want this behavior, disable the snap feature. If you want the playhead to snap to markers and clip ends when dragging the playhead, select "Snap playhead in Timeline when Snap is enabled" in Preferences > Timeline. Otherwise, you can just hold down the Shift key when dragging the playhead and this will allow the playhead to snap without enabling the user preference.

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    Hi Stuart,
    While we work to correct this, you can manually copy your Profile-CreativeCloud- folder from C:\Users\username\Documents\Adobe\Premiere Pro\14.0 to C:\Users\username\Documents\Adobe\Premiere Pro\15.0 to transfer all of your customizations from the previous version to the current version.

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    Try holding down the command key (mac) or Ctrl key (win) when you drag the clip to the project panel. This will create a subclip and may resolve your issue.

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    Hi DL, This (obviously) should be working. I just tested on several systems and it seems to be working correctly. Please contact our tech support dept for assistance in resolving the issue.

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    Can you post a screen cap of your sequence showing the captions (not just the program monitor)?

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    Hi Greg,

    For auto-save the following rule apply....

    • By default, auto save does not also save the current open project(s). Auto save saves a snapshot of the project in its current state and saves that snapshot to the location specified in your Project Settings > Scratch Disks. If you want auto save to also save the current open projects, there’s a preference for that under Preferences > Auto Save > Auto Save also saves the current project(s)

    • Auto save will attempt to use a target zone around the user specified interval. If auto save is set to 5:00, it will start looking for an inactive period at 4:30 and will perform an auto save as soon as is possible. We wait for a period of inactivity because it would be bad form to stop playback, or an active edit and tell the user, hold on a sec… we’re going to make a backup of your project. That's not going to be a problem, right?

    • An auto save will only occur if the editor is inactive for a minimum period of 7 seconds.

    • Some applications such as web browsers, may trick Premiere Pro into thinking that the user is still actively editing and consequently delay the auto save interval. To avoid this, close non-essential applications while editing.

    • If the project has been manually saved and the project has not changed since the last manual save, an auto save will not occur. Auto save will only occur if the project has been changed and a manual save has not occurred prior to the specified interval.

    • If the application is in the background and not active, and auto save will still occur.

    • Once the maximum project versions has been reached (as specified in the user preferences), auto save will write over the oldest auto saved version. For this reason, the highest numbered auto saves project may not be the most recent version.

    If you've manually saved your project and you're not seeing any editing changes you've made reflected in the project once it's been reopened, then there something wrong and our support department should be able to help you figure it out.

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    Mitch Wood commented  · 

    Hi Billy, You have 3 options for frame smoothing when using time remapping. Right-click on the time remapped clip and choose "Time Interpolation" from the context menu. There you can select from Frame Sampling (default), Frame Blending, or Optical Flow. Each option can provide different results depending on the media your applying the effect to. Experiment with each to see which works best in any given situation.

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