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    Keith Johnson commented  · 

    Perhaps just the HOLD option for starters. I can see how the other options could get tricky on multiple spatial points around a mask. But the ability to NOT interpolate the mask from one keyframe to the next ought to be relatively simple to implement, and would save a bunch of work... in my case, locked down shots that only move once in a while. Setting a start and stop keyframe is ok, but annoying when you make a change and have to duplicate to teh 2nd keyframe every time. Thanks for considering this.

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    Keith Johnson commented  · 

    Oddly I am now able to use the Lato font on my system.
    - I opened a project with Lato in it. PP said Lato was missing.
    - I installed Lato on the computer with Font Book - restarted Premiere, still missing
    - I let Premiere sync Lato from Typekit
    - I used creative cloud/Assets/Manage Fonts to remove the sync'd typekit version of Lato
    - I re-installed Lato via Font Book
    - opening an old copy of the project now has no complaint about the font missing.

    I don't understand it, but on we go...

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    Keith Johnson commented  · 

    I'm seeing a missing font family in a project on Premiere 12.1.1 (Build 10).
    I have been setting up a new iMac Pro, so I wasn't surprised that the Font wasn't there. But when I installed the font via Font Book, and Premiere still could not use it, that was unpleasant.

    Premiere offered to sync the missing fonts from Typekit (the LATO family) and I am up and running, but unclear why the copy of the font installed on my system in Font Book is not accepted by Premiere
    Details from the Font Book list the font as "Kind: OpenType TrueType". The fonts are stored in .ttf files.

    I was able to use the font in Illustrator (even before the Typekit sync).

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