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    R H commented  · 

    I was having an issue with this and for me, the problem turned out to be a plug-in I had just installed called the Sony Catalyst Prepare plug-in. I'm not sure why it was causing the problem, but as soon as I removed it, the problem of Premiere just continually recreating peak files went away. Just chiming in to say maybe it's a rogue plug-in that's causing the problem. Good luck!

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    R H commented  · 

    This change actually makes it so ripple trim is less handy in another way.

    Say I have a clip in V1 and a clip in V2 in picture 3. If I want to ripple trim and remove the excess in V1, I can't do it in one stroke anymore.

    I used to be able to go one frame back, then ripple trim (picture 2). And end up with picture 1.

    Now, I have to use Add Edit and then manually delete.

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    R H commented  · 

    So I tried out the new version for a while and I got to thinking. Here's a fix that could please everyone that's a combination of the old and new ripple trim.

    NEW: When doing a ripple trim in the middle of a clip, the new could remain the way it is where it doesn't trim the frame the playhead is on.

    OLD: But then! When the playhead rests at the beginning of the clip, a ripple trim could then trim one frame at a time like the old behavior.

    This seems ideal to me and would please both fans of the old behavior and the new behavior. People who liked the old behavior I don't think cared about 1 frame being cut off for ripple trims in the middle of a clip (I don't anyway). And people who like the new behavior won't care if pressing ripple trim at the beginning of a clip takes one frame away because they weren't using ripple trim that way anyway.

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    R H commented  · 

    Any chance we can get confirmation on whether this is a bug or a feature? I can't find it listed anywhere in the change notes listed here: https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/whats-new/2022.html

    This has to be a bug, right? Why would anyone change this after it's been this way for so many years?

    EDIT: Turns out it's neither and it's actually supposed to be a bug fix:

    "Ripple Trim shortcut will slip one frame."

    https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/kb/fixed-issues.html

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    R H commented  · 

    I second this. At the very least can we get a toggle? I have nearly 6 years of muscle memory using ripple trim to adjust clips one frame at a time and this won’t be a trivial thing to get over. Thanks for your consideration!

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    R H commented  · 

    Just chiming in saying I have this same issue. And yeah, it's Shift + Sliding Audio Keyframes for me on Windows 10.

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