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    3 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Editing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    {Tumbleweed...}

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    Steps to reproduce: (ADB-3382860-T1G9)

    1. Right click Project window and choose HD Bars and Tone, accept defaults
    2. Right click the new "HD Bars and Tone" asset and choose New Sequence From Clip
    3. The new sequence "HD Bars and Tone" will open - jump to 00:00:02:30 and trim it back (w)
    4. Close the sequence
    5. Right click the project windows and create a new sequence of any type...it's timeline will open
    6. Select the sequence "HD Bars and Tone" in the project window...
    7. Press , to insert it into the timeline... Note the grey diagonal lines on the inserted clip
    8. Drag drop the same sequence from the project window to the right of the previously inserted clip... note it's length is 2.5 and no grey bars.

    What's the difference Adobe (Not Responding)?

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    Yes the inserted sequence length was changed... that's called editing Adobe, deal with it? Why is drag drop working but insert not?

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    8 comments  ·  Media Encoder » Formats  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    ...and then, after manually restoring the AME config, you send 20 projects through the DOWNGRADED pipeline for AME to render...and it uses the wrong preset because Premiere Pro (Not Responding) doesn't use simple TEXT to command the same PRESET you've used THOUSANDS of times before...

    Adobe ladies and gentlemen... the weak link in your production pipeline.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    >>would it be possible to provide us with some sample files for investigation?

    I put it in my Adobe Creative Cloud files. Have someone pm me for the invite.

    {tumbleweed blowing by}

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    60 minutes later, AME downgrade complete...and it's trashed all my User Presets & Groups. CC didn't even have the courtesy of re-creating a program shortcut...after it deleted the old one.

    Classic example of the sort of Monday afternoon productively one can expect owning CC licenses...

    "---------------------------
    Adobe Media Encoder.exe - Drive Not Ready
    ---------------------------
    The drive is not ready for use; its door may be open. Please check drive A: and make sure that a disk is inserted and that the drive door is closed.
    ---------------------------
    Cancel Try Again Continue
    ---------------------------
    "

    More than a few doors left open at Adobe kids...

    Programmer: Sir shouldn't we restore the user settings?
    Manager: Not necessary we have CC sync for that.
    Programmer: Sir we never actually got that working correctly.
    Manager: Yes we do, it's right here in my future release notes a couple of versions from now.

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    Yes, but not publicly. Where?

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    Downgraded Premiere Pro (Not Responding) to 12.1.1 and I can import the files again...but of course even though CC installs Media Encoder (Not Responding) it doesn't take care of downgrading it.

    While doing that manually I'm imagining a brief conversation that happened between the AME manager and programmers:

    Manager: What are you doing?
    Programmer: We're making CC downgrade AME when someone chooses to downgrade PP.
    Manager: Why are you doing that? Sounds backwards to me.
    Programmer: Because PP and AME go together. One installs the other.
    Manager: Why would anyone want to downgrade them both? Stop doing that and won't on this instead. I need you to get back to work screwing up the keyboard shortcuts in PP so we'll have something to report to management that we improved in a future version.
    Programmer: But sir, why wouldn't we just work on fixing bugs or adding new features from the wish list?
    Manager: Just do It - I've already written the next two versions of the release notes.
    Programmer: ""

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