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    I also have this problem, which becomes quite annoying when doing a bunch of titles in succession, and EVERY TIME the titler window opens, the panels are all changed to different sizes/configurations that are weird and unusable, until I change it back. Which, again, happens EVERY SINGLE TIME!

    Please fix to make them stay put!!

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    I’m happy to say we’ve made this feature available for testing in our public beta builds which are rolling out to every Creative Cloud member right now. Public Betas are an opportunity to share features and fixes as early as possible to gather feedback. For more details about the Public Beta and how to install these tools, please visit https://theblog.adobe.com/introducing-public-beta/

    You’ll now see a new audio device option on MacOS: System Default. When selected for input, output, or both, Premiere Pro, Audition, After Effects, AME, Character Animator, and Rush will use whichever audio device is set as the OS option, and will switch automatically when that changes.

    For instance, if you plug in a USB microphone while Premiere is open, and System Default is selected as your default input device, Premiere will automatically switch over to use the new microphone for recording voiceovers if MacOS recognizes this device as…

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    Running into this problem again. It's very annoying to not have those options there when I want to change a 30 fps timeline to a 60 fps after I've already used the sequence. I've created a 30 fps sequence which I've put 60 fps footage into, and then used that sequence as multi-camera clip in another sequence. After some editing, I've discovered that I want to slow some of the clips from the multi-clip down, which I should be able to do with 60fps footage in a 30 fps timeline and have smooth slo-mo. BUT since I originally created the multi-clip timeline in 30 fps, it's not recognizing the clips within that timeline as 60 fps, and I'm getting juttery slo-mo as a result. Now, in order to get the multi-clip sequence to 60 fps, I have to create a new sequence, drop 60 fps footage into it just to get the "change sequence settings" option, and only THEN do I get access to the higher framerates in order to change. BUUUUTTT... I can't do that. Because I can't change the edited multi-clip in the other timeline to that new 60 fps timeline. I would have to re-edit the multi-clip all over again with the new 60 fps multi-clip timeline. And obviously, I'm not gonna do that. So now I simply can't get smooth slo-mo without having to do some kind of workaround, like go back into the multi-clip sequence and choose each piece of the original footage and copy it into the new timeline and use that to make slo-mo....

    BLAH BLAH BLAH... the point is that you've made things super difficult for me now by not simply having all the framerate options be there by default. If they were, I could simply just go into the 30 fps timeline and switch it to 60 fps. But because you've hidden those options away unless the do the whole drop-60fps-footage-into-a-timeline-and-select-"change sequence settings"-thing... I'm now screwed over here.

    Bottom-line: Please fix this soon. I know I'm speaking into a void here apparently, but in the off chance that somebody from Adobe decides to check these boards like once a month, it seems... and you happen to see this... please fix it.

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    Yes, Premiere has major problems with render files. Good luck getting Adobe to fix it, though... I've been trying for months. It's been a problem for years. Still hasn't been fixed.

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    Yes, load times are ridiculously long. I don't know why Premiere has to load media every time I open the project. Should it just load when I import and stay loaded forever? Save the load data to the project file permanently. It shouldn't just be temporary every time you open the project.

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    Seeing this is the only thread in which an admin has actually responded to this issue, I'll try replying here:

    "If anyone on this thread has a step by step scenario by which they can reproduce this issue, it would be much appreciated."

    That's just the thing... it's not a specific issue. Render files just disappear a lot for whatever reason. Usually it's because the program is closed (or crashes) and re-opened, and the render files are gone. Other times they just randomly disappear because something happened on the timeline. An entire sequence will unrender because you touch ONE clip in it. Warp stabilizer renders disappear if you even so much as shorten the clip (WHY? when nothing else about the clip has change? The remaining section of the clip is still the same. The render should stay on that part)... etc.. There's MANY ways that render files get lost... the problem remains the same: Rendering files getting lost.

    We shouldn't have to explain the technical details to you of why this is happening. If you just so much as used your own program once in a while, I guarantee it would happen to you and you'd know what we're talking about. Beyond that... it's for you guys to figure out. If we say render files are getting lost, you should be able to figure out why. It's your product. It's your programmers creating the issue. You're the ones that need to figure out what's going on and fix it.

    I don't care what that involves. JUST FIX IT!!!!!!

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    STILL NOT FIXED! I'M POSTING EVERYWHERE I CAN ABOUT THIS TO GET YOUR ATTENTION!!!! PRIORITIZE IT! IT'S THE BIGGEST ISSUE WITH YOUR SOFTWARE!!! IT'S BEEN THIS WAY FOR YEARS! STILL NOT FIXED!

    FIX IT!!!!!!!

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    Yes, it's frustrating, because the Adobe Creative Cloud suite COULD be the absolute best package out there. There's so much going for it. After Effects is a strong program, Photoshop is the leader in photo editing, the suite's basic design and layout is great... it's just these **** glitches and lack of polish when it comes to Premiere in particular, as well as how the programs interact with each other (could be much smoother).

    I don't know if Adobe needs to hire more people for their bug-squashing department, or if they need some kind of Steve Jobs type of person in there to lead things better. I don't know, but with so much going for the Adobe suite, they really should figure out these problems, because if they can solve them... Adobe would be the undoubted industry leader in my mind. It's like an athlete that COULD be the fastest runner alive... if only they didn't keep tripping over tiny stones.

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    I was actually doing a same day edit yesterday, and this problem reared its ugly again yet again. Premiere froze a couple times, and I had to close and reopen the program. Both times, that meant losing ALL the render files. Had to waste time re-rendering again, which took about 10-15 minutes each time. BIG waste of time on a same day edit with a time crunch.

    I also noticed another instance of losing render files, which is when you transfer a project to another computer... the render files aint surviving the transfer. I started the project on a desktop computer, and then had to transfer over to a laptop for on-the-go editing. When I open the project on the laptop, I can reconnect all the media files... but the render files don’t connect. I go to the video previews folder... they’re all there. The program just isn’t connecting them, and there’s no way for me to tell it to. There’s no “Link Render Files” option. The files are all still there in the correct folder, but the program has just forgotten them. Once again, I had to waste time re-rendering.

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    It mostly tends to happen with clips that have filters on it. It consistently happens with the Warp Stabilizer filter. Often with any nested clips, but not always. As for morph cuts, those have a different problem where I've never been able to export anything that has a morph cut on it. Always causes an error during export. That's a different issue that I've posted about before.

    Sometimes it will just lose all render files after closing and then re-opening at a later time. Not sure if that's an issue with the location of the render files, but usually I can't figure why the location would have moved or been deleted. Render files are just gone for some reason. This is a rare occurrence, but does happen.

    But yeah, the most consistent occurrence is with the Warp Stabilizer filter. Pretty much ALWAYS loses those renders, often without even closing the program. They just randomly disappear. There's also times when it just randomly un-analyzes for no apparent reason, but that's also a different problem that I've posted separately about.

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    STILL NOT FIXED!!!!! FIX IT ADOBE!!!! MAKE IT TOP PRIORITY!!!! I'M POSTING EVERYWHERE ON THIS BOARD THAT I CAN TO GET YOUR ATTENTION!!!!

    A PROFESSIONAL EDITING PROGRAM SHOULD NOT BE LOSING RENDER FILES!

    FIX IT!
    FIX IT!
    FIX IT!

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    Yes, this is a major issue. I can't for the life of me figure out why an editing program would just constantly lose render files like this. It's so frustrating sometimes. Any clips with any complicated filters on it like stabilizer or third-party filters... ALWAYS become unrendered when you close and re-open. There's no excuse for this. A professional editing program should not be losing render files.

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