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    5 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Editing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    ASergi commented  · 

    This would be a HUGE time and headache saver. I believe it already works in motion graphics templates, so why not in Premiere Pro? If I recall correctly, it was a feature in Avid since the 90's!

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    ASergi commented  · 

    YES YES YES! This is infinitely useful when adding keyframes to a clip to which you then add a transition from/to another clip. This would ensure that the keyframed effect will appear from the very first frame of the transition to the last, rather than mid-transition. So much more efficient than having to adjust each keyframe for both outgoing and incoming clips to ensure coverage throughout the transition. This was something Avid did from the earliest versions back in the 90's. And it's also something that motion graphics templates already do!

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