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    Great idea!

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    Drew commented  · 

    Of course the attachments uploaded in reverse order. 2nd pic is the "before" and 1st pic is the "after".

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  5. 8 votes

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  6. 20 votes

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    Drew commented  · 

    See this discussion that covers the topic:
    https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2208475

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  9. 43 votes

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    25 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Stability  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Drew commented  · 

    Not sure about thumbnail vs. list view - for me the behavior is consistent with either.
    I barely use the drop-down arrows in bins, but double-click and set to open-in-place.

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    Apparently Adobe is aware of the problem and is working on it.....
    https://forums.adobe.com/message/10307019#10307019

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    4 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Preference & Settings  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Drew commented  · 

    +1 Good idea

    I was just about to post a separate feature idea to tweak the autosave algorithm, but this is a better solution to the problem.
    Premiere right now has this "smart" idea coded that if nothing has changed in the project, no auto-saves takes place. But the timer "saturates", and then triggers after the 1st modification.

    The result is as you describe - you return to your desk, and Premiere is, by design, halting your work with an autosave the moment you're trying to actually work.
    If anything, have it count time from the last *modification*, not the last save.

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  12. 5 votes

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    Drew commented  · 

    +100

    Steps to reproduce:
    1. Create an Overlays preset X and choose it
    2. Save the project
    3. Restart Premiere
    4. The viewer will have Overlays preset Y shown instead of X.

    Not sure why preset Y appears and not nothing or something else, maybe it reverts to the last created custom overlay configuration. Either way it's definitely not preset X. This has been present in CC2017 and CC2018, across different systems and projects.

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    Drew commented  · 

    +1 to have thumbnails cached, and not having to wait until they're generated every single time we re-open a bin.

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    Drew commented  · 

    6. Add to the "Audio Gain" window a "clip volume" field.
    Put it at the top, separated by a divider, to convey it's separate from the other controls - but this dialog is a fair place to have this audio control accessible.
    Since the window already remembers the last highlighted field (very useful), it could be a way to punch in custom volume adjustments and complement the feature set for adjusting clip volume efficiently.

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    1. Meant numerical feedback, not visual feedback...

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    Drew commented  · 

    Actually 4 keyboard shortcuts for it...
    https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/34671697-improve-clip-volume-adjustment-shortcuts

    Maybe a better way to address this and satisfy the most users, is to add to the "audio gain" window a "clip volume" field. Make it separated by a divider, to show it's a different type of control.
    Since that window remember the last chosen option, the OP could map it e.g. to F16, punch in the desired change amount and go... This would complement the other volume adjustment shortcuts.

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