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    Long overdue!

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    Close Gap is a one-off command, which I've mapped to Control-G. But still, I'd rather be a postman. Where's the Close ALL Gaps command?

    Since Control-G is Close Gap, then perhaps Control-OPTION-G could de-gap all voids between clips in a track, and perhaps Control-Option-Command could de-gap an entire sequence.

    This follows a macro pattern I established with the Add Edit command, which I've got on Control-V, and Control-Option-V, which gives me the Add Edit All Tracks command. Works a peach.

    Best, as always,
    Loren

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    "FCP7 they had this as an option. "

    Where? I built the Final Cut Pro KeyGuide for FCP 2- through 7. In 7, 450 commands are wired into the keys. Another 450 lay under the hood for customizing commands, but I never encountered the Function as a mappable option. It's not a bad idea, especially on the Mac laptops, but I never saw support for the Function key. I always thought it was a hard-wired Mac OS tool.

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    Appending my bug report on displaying Bins as separate windows:

    Yes, the commands DO work. But they generate and place bins way out of the "G world." To explain:

    Many editors work with multiple monitors, often side by side. I don’t have the space to spread them out laterally. So I have a three-monitor setup like a pyramid, arranged with a 27” LG 4K atop two 21” HD Acer’s. The world is continuous and the mouse cursor can move easily up-down-across between any of them.

    I don’t know about Windows systems, but Apple easily supports this arrangement in Display Prefs and it’s excellent for both editing and finishing operations in one app: Premiere Pro. Premiere’s superb customization allows such arrangements.

    I place Premiere’s Program Monitor window in the top screen. That is all. Nothing else is expected in this space- it’s for 709 reference and client viewing.

    The two lower HD screens are occupied by everything else. I have the Project pane, History, Marker panels, Effects, Big Timecode on the left monitor. I have Timeline panels and Source monitor, with Audio, Lumetri and Scopes panes on the right.

    For me, this is nirvana. I saved this arrangement as a Triple-screen workspace, and Premiere honors it every time I boot up.

    When it comes to pulling bins out into separate windows, I have always expected that each appear aside the Project panel, like in Avid, or classic FCP 7.

    Well, the existing code seems to place a bin window in the topmost monitor, perhaps assuming that this is the top edge of the monitor holding the Project pane.

    But it’s not. The world includes space above the lower monitors.

    I wouldn’t even think of looking up there, I just thought the commands were broken. But finally I had nowhere else to look, and dragged Program pane aside, and lo, there was the bottom half of a bin window I had invoked— and no way to get it back down. The bin window shoots up BEHIND the Program monitor, and its top half is out of reach: the bin cannot even be dragged back down to where it belongs— until user REBOOTS.

    When I restarted Premiere, the entire Bin window appears- still parked in the upmost monitor, but now appearing in whole, allowing me to drag it down by title bar to the screen it belongs in. This is great, but real disruption to workflow.

    A second boot confirms the bin stays where put.

    AMENDED: The quick fix supplied at the bottom of the Workspaces submenu is "Reset to Saved Layout"- a lifesaver. Evert window snaps back to its intended position and bins fall back into the window in which they were generated.

    Best, as always,
    Loren

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    How about opening a window when you simply right-click in the PROJECT panel? This is basic to project organization. This suggestion is now two years old, and it's time to implement, I have found no workaround, no keyboard shortcut to open it. That's brain dead. Pretty fundamental!

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    First, further issues-

    • Absolutely NO GPU support. Activity Monitor reveals a back void for the GPU graphs.

    • Media Encoder insists upon using a non-ProRes codec, "OP1a"- and encodes movies from After Effects scaled down from DCI 4K to HDV 1280 X 720,

    And delivered as MXF files, for God's sake. How can this not be tested. Are we Forever Beta here?

    There is no way to purge the undesired presets for OP1a- MXF. There seems to be no way to prioritize ProRes 422 (HQ).

    Second, downgrading:

    • Easy to find procedural steps for backstepping to a previous functional version is CRUCIAL. If you search on "How to down-grade to previous version of Premiere Pro" you get absolutely.... nothing.

    • The Uninstaller for each CC program is supplied without comment in every application folder.

    • I uninstalled Premiere V 4.1 and removed this disruptor from my life.

    • Lo and behold, in the dreaded CC Desktop window, suddenly an option appears for "Older versions" of Premiere Pro. Hallelujah .

    And that is how I avoided further disruption-- by re-installing Premiere Pro CC 4.04. And suddenly my D500 dual GPU's were cranking again in concert with all 8 CPU cores and all 8 virtual cores, on my 2013 Mac Pro.

    Imagine if I had chosen to upgrade in the middle of a client project, and not my own.

    Hopefully, this simple procedure will make itself commonly available under simple search?

    Do let us know how Media Encoder can be tamed, and any future versions of Premiere Pro CC NOT labeled "14.1", March 2020.

    It's interesting how breathlessly new features such as "Productions" appear, and nothing to solve "Disruptions." Reorder your priorities. We will wait.

    I apologize for my spontaneous insults. When Premiere works, it SHINES. I don't mind waiting for a new version, combed for all the obvious bugs and defects.

    Best, as always,
    Loren

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    Yes, you can toggle guides once you activate the Program monitor-- but that's not where I work, that's my reference. I need to invoke Guides while the TIMELINE is active-- because that's where I select a clip to align to Guides. Leaving the sequence, going up to the Program monitor to activate it, then invoking Show Guides from the View menu to toggle it, gets old quick! Why doesn't the Show Guides toggle key shortcut work globally, no matter what pane is active, on the Program monitor, where Guides live?

    I hope that better explains it.

    Best, as always,
    Loren

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    I was going to vote for this one, it's already on Avid and it was on FCP7 as well-- but I never had to DESELECT! Greta tip, Manas!

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