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    R. Neil Haugen commented  · 

    The 10xx cards are all supported, and in use with many users. So this isn't a case of needing to "add to the supported video adapters" but issues within the rigs or types/combos of rigs you're using. And ... for things on the GPU Accelerated Effects list, if your GPU isn't getting used, something is wrong. File bugs for that on this system, get that data to the team for fixing the crazy thing.

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    R. Neil Haugen commented  · 

    I agree with Jarle ... though this could at times be "dangerous" to a project, there are times as the OP notes it is very useful.

    So I would love this with Jarle's suggestion to make it an option for the user in PrPro to update all instances.

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    R. Neil Haugen commented  · 

    This has been something that has come up time & time again on the PrPro forum. I'm not sure what percentage of those (especially laptops) with "dual" graphics have this trouble, but it's certainly some number of users. It would be great if PrPro had either a smarter way of seeing usable graphics, or allowed the user some say in the process.

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    R. Neil Haugen commented  · 

    SO much of the captioning needs work. This is frustrating to deal with for those doing a lot of b-cast stuff. Fix or change text, frames they are attached to may shift ... sometimes text won't change or the font & other controls get dodgy. All sorts of things have been reported for some time.

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    R. Neil Haugen commented  · 

    This is most certainly true!

    The current organization makes no good user sense. I agree totally with the request to reorganize that list as in Audition.

    Neil

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    R. Neil Haugen commented  · 

    Thanks for the response, James. And you're right, I missed a few things that *are* available. Largely because of the way that list is put together graphically.

    On first glance, it appears that the long list of individual items under the Title line is indented to the Title line, therefore ... part of the Title section. Until you read a bit, and realize that clearly multi-cam options are not part of any title work.

    With the typical look-pattern of what's available for Graphics/EGP and what's available for Titles (Legacy titler) one will often miss those same types of controls that are listed out in that general list. Which I know generates questions ... if you set say an audio nudge volume up short, in that general list, what *exactly* are you affecting? Any panel currently open, the timeline only, a mixer if that's the highlighted panel, what?

    Same with the graphics items left in the 'general' list. Are those applied only on ... something? Do they work in any highlighted panel? What?

    I've got more experience customizing keyboard shorts than many I talk with, I can't answer those for certain until I've used them. And in my experience, the application of those "general" shortcuts can be very variable.

    You can set them, but you do have to then test every possible place they might work. Not necessarily as user-friendly or "intuitive" as one might prefer.

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    R. Neil Haugen commented  · 

    Totally agreed. It's a practical thing.

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    R. Neil Haugen commented  · 

    Ease of creating/saving/recalling presets in not just Audio workspace but everywhere is something that needs addressing. For the Audio area especially, this would be a big time-saver.

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