Here to second this...currently looking for an add-on that will add this functionality!
Thanks for all the feedback. It’s pretty clear that we’ve got to look into the workflow using this format more closely, there are enough reports about gaps at this point to reopen this item. I’ll post more info about next steps shortly. In the meantime, a couple of questions are easy to answer:
- The plugin is designed for Premiere Pro. It currently doesn’t provide support for After Effects.
- It does work with AME, so if you want to use it for batch processing, that’s very doable
- If you’ve started a project with Autokroma, there’s no easy way to transfer it to be running with the new plugin.
Awesome that Autokroma has made a plugin that does this, and I'm sure it's great...but frankly, I'm paying for a subscription to creative cloud here, I shouldn't have to pay for an extra plugin just so native footage from my camera works in PP.
Nope, Premiere still doesn't have this function. Here's hoping Adobe catches wind of this thread!
Update...more than six months after Premiere Rush was launched with this functionality, Premiere Pro still doesn't have it. Really hoping this changes soon, please keep passing this around so it gets more exposure!
An update on this...just learned that Premiere Rush, a mobile-focused, slimmed down version of Premiere that Adobe launched last week actually has this functionality. So hopefully, the developers are working on bringing it to the main version of Premiere!
Really can't believe this isn't possible, this should absolutely be implemented!!
Currently, Premiere uses the Lanczos method for intrinsic scale and rotation. Lanczos is an exceptionally high-quality interpolation method which generally yields better results than bicubic, bilinear or nearest neighbor. From reading the forum post, it seems that up-scaling is the real issue here. I suggest looking at the Detail-Preserving Upscale effect in After Effects. It does a really good job and gives you some parameters to tweak to fit your specific content.
Crazy that premiere doesn't have this. They should either implement nearest neighbor, or give the option to disable interpolation altogether!
In response to Emilio's comment, for those who use overlapping as a way to delete things, this would be an option that one could toggle on/off, similar to "linked selection", or snapping.
I also can't believe that this isn't a feature in Premiere already!
Looks like Adobe could learn a lot from Vegas Pro :)