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    Hi Adobe

    Still non-functioning functionality in 14.8.0

    Please help! I need to send this project to another department and my whole project is an untenable 4.2TB. Need to consolidate!

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    As you can read from the thread, updating the effects workflows are a pretty wide-ranging set of tasks and a single post on UserVoice doesn’t cover all of the cases our users are requesting.

    That said, this feature request is being tracked as DVAPR-3472465 in our system, and I’ll ping it so that it is reviewed and prioritized for the roadmap.

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    Heheh appreciate the good snark in these comments. I'm sure the engineers are like "stupid users, you have no idea what goes into making this software." And I'm sure that's true. And copy and paste audio effects between tracks has been actioned, to a degree. You can Option-drag them across the strips within one sequence, but you still cannot copy and paste them between sequences. To do that, one must copy the entire sequence containing the audio effects. So this is still quite lacking for those of us who are required to do different export sizes of the same video, for example at 1920x1080, 1080x1080 and 1080x1920. It would be great to copy and paste audio effects between those sequences, but it is currently not possible in the latest build 14.6.0.

    As for making presets, this has never been actioned in Premiere. And the baffling thing is that it's already a functionality available in Audition: you can make an EQ preset and save it. Isn't it easy enough to copy that piece of code into Premiere? Or even take that preset made in Audition and make it available in Premiere? They share the same plugins don't they?

    I am a user yes, and I have no idea what does go into writing the code. But as a collective, we users pay a lot of money to use and, yes, to test this software. And then, some of us take the time to come to this forum and alert Adobe to the issues we're having with the software and how it could be made better. It would be nice to know that our posts are being read, our concerns being heard.

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    paul wedel commented  · 

    Please please please assess and implement for 13.0.3

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    As it stands currently, I have to make a screenshot of my preset, open the jpg in Preview, and then manually key in the values. Command-C, Command-V would be so lovely.

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    paul wedel commented  · 

    Custom preset Save in audio mixer for Parametric EQ, Multiband Compressor, and all audio FX. You can save presets in Audition; surely just a couple lines of code to add that to Premiere....?

    Please please please please add in 13.0.2!

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    paul wedel commented  · 

    Still occurring in the latest CC2020 build 14.6.0. Please please fix this Adobe! This comment is over 2 years old! And it doesn't matter if I add a audio dissolve or a keyframe fade-up at the start and end of my clips, this problem persists.

    This is occurring always, but becomes especially apparent if I have a compressor, an EQ or any effect enabled in the audio FX strips in the Audio Track Mixer tab. My solution is the same as above, though now I add a track of atmos at the bottom of my audio layers, set the db to -45 and the problem goes away.

    While you're at it can you add an automatic micro fade in fade out on every audio clip like Ableton Live does it? That's really nice.

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    I'm also having this truly annoying issue with some 4k footage in a 1080 timeline. It's fine once it's paused or rendered, but just watching it down gives this error in the frame.

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    This is also happening with BRAW clips. My match frame hotkey command on a .braw clip makes PP crash about 85% of the time I use it. On a different machine, different project than my R3D crashing. So it's seemingly endemic to PP2020. Many thax

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    I am also experiencing this. Will happen about 85% of the time on one computer, closing Premiere and re-opening. But happens 100% of the time when I render on one machine and open on another. And in my firm, there are 6 edit suites and we are always on one machine or another, so this is an ongoing and very frustrating problem. I can see the "Video Previews" folder that sits with the project file, so it would be great if PP could keep the links to the rendered files.

    Many thanks for reading Adobe.

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