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    56 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Performance  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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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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    Drew commented  · 

    Another example why it's useful:
    Let's say I use 500 still photos in my documentary. 50 came from an archive that uses IPTC metadata - I want to copy it to more convenient fields like Description or Comments.

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    While we're at it:

    - Make "sort by this column" accessible through opt+click instead of click. As well as through the right-click context menu.
    - Clicking the column will only highlight it
    - Allow multi-object selection convention to apply to column (shift for a range, cmd for multiple columns)
    - Once copied, copy it to the clipboard in such way that pasting it to a plain-text editor would bring the data organized by tabs and line-feeds.

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    Drew commented  · 

    Eugene Lew said:
    > Project Panel Icon View - click the audio / video usage icon (lower right corner)

    Can you elaborate? I see 5 icones in the lower-right corner, and none is a "usage" icon.

    But otherwise as he said... for some mysterious reason the Cmd/Ctrl modifier key is now needed. I don't see how this is beneficial or consistent with the rest of the UI... maybe someone from Adobe can explain?

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    Drew commented  · 

    +1

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    Drew commented  · 

    Hi Phil,
    I found your feature request after experiencing the same issue, but after reading Adobe's explanation I see the feature already exists.

    I had a nest without waveform drawn, and after running an audio render the nest DID get a peak file (that is representative of its contents) and its waveform appeared.
    I was also able to confirm what they said, that if things are kept simple enough inside the nest, the nest's waveform will draw without any rendering.

    Are you not seeing that behavior?

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    Drew commented  · 

    Ohh yes.

    This particularly happens when you have more than 1 bin window open. Premiere keeps "forgetting" to put the subclips in the last focused bin window/tab, and often you have to go hunting where the subclips ended up altogether.

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    Drew commented  · 

    "Reveal in project."
    I think we can close this.

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    Drew commented  · 

    Yes, please! So obvious!

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    Drew commented  · 

    My main use for this is to trim slates. I sometimes "cook" e.g. 5 deliverables of 5 clips, but only 1 needs to be slated, and the others begin at first frame of picture.
    Stepping into 20 clips and tweaking the in/out value one at a time is so cumbersome (and slow), that now I resort to exporting mezzanine files just to avoid doing that.

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