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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    Keyframe pinning of a clip is an interesting idea, making carefully crafted keyframes immune to Slip commands.

    But I need basic control over Slip from the keyboard and the current version doesn't give it. When I select the clip and punch in numeric keypad values, I MOVE THE CLIP. If the clip is selected, this should NOT happen.

    I seem to recall we HAD keyboard control of Slip (and by the way, where did SLIDE go? Wasn't that a double-tap on the S key?)

    All I'd be looking for is total numeric keypad control over value to slip the clip forward + frames or backwards + frames. This is HUGE relief over need for fussy mouse moves.

    Best, as always,
    Loren

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    Similar complaint. The sequence is 4K, shots are UltraKeyed, and the attached snaps show head, middle and tail of the effect.

    Meant to add the particulars: premiere 14.9.0 (Build 52).

    Best, as always,
    Loren

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    Similar complaint. The sequence is 4K, shots are UltraKeyed, and the attached snaps show head, middle and tail of the effect.

    Best, as always,
    Loren

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    My Mac Pro 2013 imports and converts AVI files in Mojave- it may be the last to do so. But if I can play them in the Quicktime Player engine then why can't I import into Premiere or Media Encoder and transcode this file format into ProRes 422?

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    Hi, Adobe-

    You have to realize, as the years go by, more and more folks depend more and more on miracles like Morph Cut, especially in reality documentaries when it's crucial to keep interviews on camera but still present people at their "Sunday best" -- without too many stumbles or ums and ahs.

    When a new version of Premiere Pro comes out, such as V. 22.0 which I updated for my Catalina boot partition, and what functioned beautifully in the previous version in Mojave hangs eternally on Analyze in the current version, you have an embarrassing and serious ISSUE.

    In my case, the sequence came from the Mojave timeline, and was updated for V22.0 in the Catalina timeline... if that helps. The morph cut however, was generated and analyzed afresh in Catalina. It may still be doing it, for all I know.

    Here's hoping for a priority fix to a major tool!

    Best, as always,
    Loren

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  10. 10 votes

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    22.5 has polished Transcription a bit. The AI and Sensei are just about jaw dropping; I get 85-90% veracity. But three controls need to be added, and Ben hit on two of them...

    1) Button or checkbox to Hide Timecode

    2) Tab to buzz through a selected paragraph especially if the speaker is a member of Bob & Ray's STOA.

    I would add--

    3) A button followed by Are you sure? to CLEAR the Text window for a new clip.

    I haven't found any other way to clear the window except generating completely new sequence, load new clip into it, and then Start Transcription. And that gets old fast!

    Just a nice Clear Window command, followed by loading a new clip and clicking Start Transcription?

    Best, as always,
    Loren

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  12. 7 votes

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    I can't speak to the Stabilize bug (yet) but I cannot get LONG renders such as entire-timeline nests to STICK.

    I have a 16-minute program requiring global color adjust, along with noise reduction- applied to the nest. Everything inside is rendered as well. I then render for 2 hours- and export successfully. I save all and quit.

    Next day I return to the project and that pretty green Rendered line is gone. It never happened. It's all in my mind. It's always been red-line.

    Now, I know I'm not being gaslit-- and there's plenty of room for video previews on a fast RAID. You have a LINKING issue, Premiere Pro team! Pretty fundamental.

    Suggestion- hold back the next iteration Premiere Pro to fix these fundamentals?

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    Coming late to this but... is not an adjustment layer like a clip? And to toggle it off could you not Disable? I have that mapped to Control B.

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