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    5 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Color/Lumetri  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Darren Manden commented  · 

    Hi David,

    Awesome! Thanks for the information (just good to know I'm not the only one running into this issue :-P ).

    As always, if you need any additional information, just let me know and I will fire it through.

    Darren Manden commented  · 

    A less than ideal temporary workaround, is to to find the Premiere executable in Explorer, go to the properties, and then hop over to Change high DPI settings. Once there, change the High DPI Scaling Override to "System".

    This seems to get Lumetri and comparison view working, but doesn't seem to fix Mercury Transport. The biggest issue is that my toggle full screen shortcut makes the full screen cover one and a half monitors, which renders that function useless. I can deal with the blurry interface, but having a proper full screen option would be far more helpful...

    So, yeah...some forward momentum, but still not ideal. Any suggestions are welcome.

    Darren Manden commented  · 

    It looks as though Mercury Playback might also be playing into this as well. If I am running my program on one monitor (with scopes), but I happen to have MT displaying the Program on the second monitor, then I start to run into the hanging problems.

    I haven't noticed any change in behaviour if I switch to the Software renderer, rather than CUDA.

    Since my original post, the Windows has been updated to 1903.

    Lumetri, Mercury Transmit, and comparison view are, as far as I can tell, the only places I'm running into this problem. My typical editing layout has the program spread fully across both monitors, and I don't run into any of these issues at all.

    If you require further info, please don't hesitate to ask.

    Darren Manden commented  · 

    Further to this, I'm running two UHD monitors. If I use only one monitor for Premiere, then there's a chance that Lumetri might work, but that leaves the second monitor completely unused.

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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    @MStegner

    Nobody said that it hadn’t...

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    Under Review  ·  35 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Audio  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Darren Manden commented  · 

    @Davant Towers

    If your setup doesn't really change, maybe make up a template project with all of your usual bins, and sequences in place. At the same time, setup your audio effects in your edit sequence. Then when you start a new project, everything is ready to go.

    Yeah, it's not a preset (and there should definitely be the ability to create those), but at least it will save redoing the basic setup work each time.

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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    Depending on other factors, it's certainly possible to not get smooth playback with those specs. Could you fire through further info?

    Where is the footage located? Internally or externally? SSD, RAID, or straight HDD? What sort of codec is the footage?

    A quick fix would be to create proxies of your footage, and use those while doing the VO. That should seriously free up resources for you, and you should be good to go.

    Hopefully that helps.

    Cheers,

    Darren

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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    +1

    It's not uncommon that we will have final locked edits, at which point captions will be generated, only to have a super-last minute client change. What should be a quick fix for the captions then becomes laborious and frustrating as we shift them along one at a time.

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    1 comment  ·  Premiere Pro » Editing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Darren Manden commented  · 

    It might be worth checking out Video Effects>Transform>Crop. Not sure if that is what you're looking for, but I figured I'd mention it, just in case.

    Cheers,

    Darren

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    1 comment  ·  Premiere Pro » Editing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Darren Manden commented  · 

    Could you elaborate on this? I'm not too sure what you mean, and am curious...

    Cheers,

    Darren

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    63 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Effects & Transitions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    What you’re suggesting would lead to a full on revision of the feature – therefore I’d like to ask a couple of additional questions:
    what kind of footage do you usually try to stabilize with the Warp Stabilizer? And how much tweaking of the settings do you do on average?

    Thanks
    Patrick

    Darren Manden commented  · 

    @Michael Gyori - Absolutely agreed that the footage and sequence resolution shouldn't have to be identical. Currently it's a massive pain with the nesting, and is way more of a chore than it needs to be.

    Darren Manden commented  · 

    @ Markus

    Yup, pretty much. I don't think using it in the way we've described is particularly unique either.

    Oh well, hopefully when the constant crashes are fixed, and the other ridiculous bugs (hello audio effect reset) are taken care of, WS can be addressed.

    Darren Manden commented  · 

    Hi Patrick,

    Currently 99% of our projects are output at 1080p, but we're shooting at anything up to 4.6k.

    The footage itself will vary from project to project. Sometimes it's all handheld, and we're stabilising to make things a bit smoother. Other times, we might be on tracks, or steadicam, and are just wanting to get that extra bit of stabilisation.

    The tweaking within the plugin will vary significantly depending on the shot. Sometimes the default settings are great, but more often than not we're doing anything from minor to major adjustments.

    But the big point is that having to nest the "non-sequence res" shots before stabilising is a pain, and frustrating when you're making adjustments to the edit.

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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    @Josh - I was thinking the same thing. I couldn't remember anyone saying that it should be removed either. Just the ability to disable it for those who don't use it.

    Darren Manden commented  · 

    I would love the ability to disable this feature. I've since created a close all projects shortcut which I use before opening a new project.

    In saying that, I would love to be able to just hit a checkbox which simply disables the open multiple projects at once functionality.

    From time-to-time it might be useful, but certainly not as standard operating procedure.

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    @ John B. - That's not really helpful.

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