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    2 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Editing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Steve commented  · 

    Yes and that is what I have to do every single time I open up a project because it's default is "on". I don't think it appropriate to turn on every time I open Lumetri Color. It's annoying that every time I open a project or every time I touch Lumetri Color that this automatically turns on. I might be just touching up a clip, it does mean I'm going clip to clip color balancing the track. The same with opacity on a clip...why is the keyframing turned on as default? I just want to change the opacity of a clip, it doesn't mean I want to keyframe the opacity. It I want to keyframe opacity I'll turn keyframing on.

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