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    Thank you for taking the time to submit your feedback to us. We appreciate that effort, so we try to read and evaluate all of our users’ requests.

    Selected Graphics (e.g. the Graphic track item in the Timeline) have their own properties for Transform, Responsive Design – Time, and Roll. These are things that happen to the whole Graphic and are different from any Layer properties. So if we show the top Layer properties right away then there won’t be a way to see or use these whole-Graphic properties. If you are seeing an empty EGP > Edit tab with a Graphic selected, then that is a bug we need to try to repro and fix. The only time the Edit tab should be blank is when no Graphic is selected in the Timeline.

    Also, relatively few of our Factory or Stock mogrts (as well as custom ones I’ve made…

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    4 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Audio  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Phil D. commented  · 

    Coupled with the fact that you can't save, copy, or move, Audio Track effect presets this bug essentially breaks the entire function of the Track Mixer's effects panel.

    It won't retain settings, I can't save a preset either, so now I've resulted to taking a screengrab of the settings every time I apply an audio effect, and then checking each effect every time I close/re-open a project and making sure the settings match the picture.

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    Any word on this Adobe? This is a bigger issue for me than the broken search box, as now every time I even close and re-open a project I need to check through all of my audio effects by ear to make sure they retained their settings. Multiply that by 10 episodes/sequences, and I'm losing a huge chunk of time every day to just making sure the software is retaining work I've already done.

    True of both audio clip and track effects. I consistently lose my customized settings to Studio Reverb, Analog Delay, Multi-band Compressor, I think possibly all audio effects. Please tell me you're looking at this?

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    Phil D. commented  · 

    I am experiencing this also with both audio track effects and clip effects after the 12.1.0 update.

    Immediately after the update many of my track and clip effects were reset to default settings or changed to a different setting completely. I combed back through my last 4 episodes to fix them all, and now I've found they just reset again when I close the project and re-open it over night. Hugely frustrating and unprofessional bug.

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    Phil D. commented  · 

    Can someone at Adobe respond to this? At least explain what the logic is behind having a bunch of empty bins that don't contain the search term show up in the results for a search? When would that be more useful than just revealing the items that fit the search query?

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    Hi Florian,

    while this is a rather critical and large change to the way the application works and will take some time to be implemented, we’ll definitely put this under consideration.

    There’s more than one solution to this problem, though.

    A good short term opportunity is to use the parallel install feature in the creative cloud application. It should help to at least take away some of the issues working with people on a different version of the application.

    Another thing worth keeping in mind is that you can install CC on two different machines (if you’re on an individual subscription). That gives you additional opportunity to keep different versions around for compatibility reasons.

    I’ll update the status of this request as we move along.

    If you have further thoughts on this matter, please keep them coming.

    Thanks
    Patrick

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    Phil D. commented  · 

    This still requires a click to select or a right-click to get the context menu to close the gap, so it's lacking the functionality Dave described in the original post which is to park the playhead on a single gap without selecting or clicking anything and remove only that gap with a key command.

    I work as much as possible with only the keyboard, the mouse and clicking/selecting is much slower than a key command (for me and many others, we all work differently of course). The behavior requested in the original post can be viewed here --- key command to move to gap, key command to close gap, no selection or clicks necessary:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYRcmSKAFe0&t=0m45s

    Can we have this?

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    Phil D. commented  · 

    Thanks Nate, that's somewhat helpful.

    Still, I think the reason people keep asking for this to be improved is because in FCP7 this feature worked very efficiently without having to select anything -- you simply parked the playhead over a gap and pressed the command and that gap was closed instantly. Having to take the additional step to select the clips makes this feature function pretty much the same as ripple delete.

    So my suggestion would be to make the default action for the close gap command "close the unselected gap that the playhead is parked on", and then maybe add an option to "close all gaps" (or maybe if you select a group of clips, or select all THEN it closes all gaps).

    The "close all gaps" option is something I think most editors would use much less frequently than the "close the gap I'm looking at right now".

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    Currently the "Sequence > Close Gap" command closes every single gap in a sequence, not just the one under the playhead. Would be nice to have it default to the gap the playhead is on, with an option to close all gaps.

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    Phil D. commented  · 

    Thanks for your reply Mike!

    I understand the issue that the peak files are drawn for audio clips on import and a nest containing multiple mixed audio clips doesn't have a peak file generated for it. I guess what I'm asking is for the software to generate a peak file for nests that IS representative of their contents.

    Maybe when the render audio command is performed Premiere could generate peak files for nests in the sequence and/or project?

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    Phil D. commented  · 

    To clarify, individual clips inside a nest or subsequence display waveforms just fine. The feature I'm looking for is for nest and subsequences that are edited into another sequence to display a waveform for their audio contents, instead of having to step in to the nest to examine waveforms.

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    Audio is rendered both inside and outside of the nest, still no waveforms.

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    Phil D. commented  · 

    Nope, that doesn't accurately describe how the software behaves in this particular instance. If selecting the clip is an action like nudging a clip is an action then they should both be Undone in reverse of the chronological order in which they were performed -- but that's currently not the case.

    An example you can try for yourself, actions numbered chronologically:

    1. Track select forward a bunch of clips
    2. Nudge selected clips backward 5 frames
    3. Nudge selected clips backward 5 more frames
    4. Press Command-Z to undo the second nudge (Action 3)

    At this point, Action 3 is undone and Action 1 (selecting the clips) is ALSO undone as all the clips are deselected. If you press command-z again, it undoes Action 2 --- so undo order is actually 3 and 1 at the same time, then 2.

    The problem with this as I mentioned in my original comment is that if you have to perform an undo command while working with a complex selection (i.e. multiple layers of video, vfx, dialogue, sound effects, and music all with different start and end points in the timeline), a single mistake means you have to perform your action 1, making the selection, again.

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    Phil D. commented  · 

    Could really use this feature on a project right now -- especially the ability to save presets, since the recent 12.1.0 update has a bug that resets track effects to default settings when closing and re-opening project files.

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