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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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    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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    It's really strange. The folks at Neat Video, who make a fine noise reduction utility, manage to give you a choice of CPU's only, GPU's only, or both! No-brainer. And the renders rip!! Just the way live playback should rip!

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    Loren Miller commented  · 

    As mentioned elsewhere, you can wire an empty key (I use the Y key) and map it to the menu item "Selection Follows Playhead." On tap per session does the trick.

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    Decent workaround until it's recoded as a PREFERENCE...

    Map "Selection Follows Playhead" to a free key. I found the Y key to be available (WHY? Why does this happen over and over..), and now when it rechecks the option, a simple tap on the Y key will toggle the menu item off!

    Best, as always,
    Loren

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    Sorry, just realized I was routed me to the Premiere Pro site-- this is really a Photoshop export issue.

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