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    This meet-me-at the-playhead feature is still not happening, and frankly, Extend as it is looks like kid stuff. In fact, in 14.3.2, Extend is acting bizarrely on clips, trimming to the cursor from the head side instead of tail, etc. Truly a work in progress.

    One enhancement I just noticed (I may be late to this but not very) which I do like is that you can now activate tracks you want affected by such commands. Your track selectors are becoming what we called in FCP7 "Autoselect" toggles. Very powerful. It's kind of elegant that your track patching panel does double duty to activate tracks. Now I have to find the track keyboard commands for fast toggling.

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    Create marker regions in a flash. Yes, FCP7 broke ground with that power shortcut. As I recall it was: M to create the origin marker, then you play a section you like, and press Option- tilde to stretch the marker into a region. That was hot!

    In Premiere I could see this region easily transformed into a region In-Out, or a Subclip, for those who use them.

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    Thank you, Sami. Tried it and also Extend Previous Edit to Playhead.

    Attached snapshots: 1- Selected edits, 2- After pressing E, here wired with Extend Previous Edit to Playhead. You can see the lavender track (a captions track) does not follow to the playhead. Trim Previous Edit fares no better.

    (In fact, as you see in the next two snapshots, 3- I try to Extend the lavender track alone, Premiere reports missing media and does not complete. 4- I extend by hand to the playhead, revealing one final caption.) I include this bug-like behavior as relevant.

    The expected Extend behavior (for those coming from other NLE's) is that all selected track edits will advance or retard to the playhead (if media truly allows it) when invoking the E key (at least as I have it wired.)

    The Trim function is implicit, it's an elegant shortcut for a Rolling Edit on one (or more when it works) tracks.

    Best, as always,

    Loren

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    Especially closed caption tutorials. And be sure to mention all caption files may require rendering to be seen.

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    One workaround would be to apply the Crop effect to the entire timeline of clips. And there it will be, listed among the standard tools for every clip.

    But not, unfortunately, with parameters arranged spatially.

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    The best version of this would simply (hah!) track the playhead location parked on the surface of the nest, and when you step in (or shift to the nest timeline loaded next to the master sequence)-- there it is, at exactly the same frame inside!

    Final Cut Pro 7 offered this-- because I suggested it to the video development lead. I will brag.

    Best, as always,
    Loren

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    Still not fixed in V14.04!! (I went to V 14.1 but it had so many blatant shortcomings, I backtracked.)

    This little Slip item is kid stuff, folks. Things like this make Premiere something of a joke among Avid and FCPX users. This is just like Premiere's Extend tool being unable to take an entire Timeline of selected clip heads or tails and have them all line up on the Playhead. It's little UX details like these left unattended which make for the biggest laughs outside the PPro community.

    Maybe this is nailed in 14.2?

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    My nest for a feature was going just fine and I was matching M,E, &D stems to the master edit. Now the nest waveforms have just plain disappeared. The only change? I decided to render all audio because stems were slipping regularly against the recut.

    Now stems are going way out of synch and suddenly there's no reference waveforms.

    AMENDED JULY 2020- SYNCH SLIPPAGE NOTE
    Easy to blame Premiere Pro, but wrong. Turns out slippage came from improper transfer of true 24-frame audio @96K 24-bit into 23.98 WAV files. 23.98 is not "just 24 fps"-- it's fractional because the math accommodates the obsolete interlaced video format.

    It's not 1:1@ 24 frames, or "universal 24P" as the Avid guys envisioned so many years ago and which more producers are generating from All-I camera codecs. We have come full circle- digital video is now digital FILM. But old audio transfers at fractional frame rates will definitely slip in 24P timelines. You'll hear it go out against reference audio every ten seconds.

    I know, I had to resynch 5 feature D-M-E stems by hand because I didn't realize until 4/5 through that the slip error was not in Premiere and could have been corrected by exporting the fractional tracks as new WAV files at 24 fps. *DOHHH*

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