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    My paste attributes remembers what I had checked and unchecked from the last iteration. However, remove attributes doesn't (though it seems it used to).

    I like a Check/Uncheck All idea and would also like remove attributes to remember my last settings.

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    My paste attributes remembers what I had checked and unchecked from the last iteration. However, remove attributes doesn't (though it seems it used to).

    I like a Check/Uncheck All idea and would also like remove attributes to remember my last settings – which would help the most in the initial example.

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    LUTs can now be placed in (for mac) ~/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Common/LUTs/Creative (or Technical) for input LUTs. In this manner these LUTs (similar to browsing) will be embedded into the project for that clip.

    Placing new LUTs in the Common folder fixes most of the issue moving forward. However, the list in the Common folder still changes the index number of the Adobe installed LUTs, which will still be an issue when using Adobe installed LUTs. Also older projects migrated from previous versions may have used an indexed LUT which is no longer available in the current Premiere which requires a re-color of those projects – nightmare for the archive.

    If the current software is simply changed from an index number for those Adobe installed LUTs to a name it'll solve the issues going backwards and forward.

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    Placing new LUTs in the Common folder fixes most of the issue moving forward. However, the list in the Common folder still changes the index number of the Adobe installed LUTs, which will still be an issue when using Adobe installed LUTs. Also older projects migrated from previous versions may have used an indexed LUT which is no longer available in the current Premiere which requires a re-color of those projects – nightmare for the archive.

    If the current software is simply changed from an index number for those Adobe installed LUTs to a name it'll solve the issues going backwards and forward.

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    Placing new LUTs in the Common folder fixes most of the issue moving forward. However, the list in the Common folder still changes the index number of the Adobe installed LUTs, which will still be an issue when using Adobe installed LUTs. Also older projects migrated from previous versions may have used an indexed LUT which is no longer available in the current Premiere which requires a re-color of those projects – nightmare for the archive.

    If the current software is simply changed from an index number for those Adobe installed LUTs to a name it'll solve the issues going backwards and forward.

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