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    17 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Export  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Michael Gyori commented  · 

    Stephanie, it's possible to create custom export presets that you can use to export in film friendly framerates. I've attached 3 presets here that you can import and use to export at 16fps and 18fps (with and without sound).

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  2. 10 votes

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    11 comments  ·  Audition » Workflow & Interoperability  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Michael Gyori commented  · 

    Using Audition CC 2020. File->Export->Multitrack Mixdown ALWAYS forces one to reenter mixdown settings... every time. Extremely annoying.

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  5. 459 votes

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    45 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Import  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Michael Gyori commented  · 

    All I have to do to witness thisis open two projects and move one sequence over from one to the other. Media that is already in both projects is duplicated in the destination project in an identical directory structure... it doesn't even merge directories. I've given up keeping a nice project structure and just throw duplicates into the parent root directory. It makes a mess under the hood, but don't have time to correct this severe software deficiency.

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    Michael Gyori commented  · 

    Philip.... I feel your pain. Pasting a sequence from one project to another should take a few seconds AT MOST, and only for a massive sequence with 10's of thousands of clips. I have 15 minute sequences that take 30+ seconds to copy, and another 30 seconds to paste. I'm working on a computer that can do millions of calculations a second. Sequence data is a list of media files, with their in/out points, effect keyframes, and a bit of other information. What is Premiere doing for all this time? Is it having to poll all the actual media on the storage device for some information? Why? Shouldn't this be all cached in the 32gb of RAM I have? As a former programmer, I'm feeling that some major fundamental engineering decision was made that is handcuffing Premiere. I'm currently editing in slow motion in Premiere on sequences that are 15 minutes in length. Last night I had to spend 30 minutes tracking down a previous version of my project because using the ALT drag method to copy media, didn't copy, but moved it instead. Premiere is so lethargic, that I need to keep my mouse motionless for an additional second after moving clips or it will drag the selected clips out of the position I chose. I feel like I degraded my hardware to a Pentium 4, or that I'm using a graphics card from 10 years ago.

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    Michael Gyori commented  · 

    Reg Santo Tomas..... What more info do you need? Improve this workflow? We all just want Premiere to find identical media and link it to that same media that is already listed in the project, rather than create new bins with that same media. If you want, we can set up a Teamviewer session with my project and I'm pretty sure we can create duplicate media in the project at will. I was last creating weird new bins just by copying and pasting media from one project to another. I could do it at will this way. And even if the media is new to the project it's pasted in, rather than placing new media in the same bin, it created identically named bins and placed the imported media in there, creating 140 bins of the same name with 2 files in each. This is a slightly different problem than what most are experiencing but shows how ignorant Premiere is with imports and media organization.

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    Michael Gyori commented  · 

    I just got over 100 duplicate bins for VFX shots in our film..... just by going back and forth with the project with the director. Sharing projects with people, even if they have identical media in an identical directory tree, or they don't have the media and it needs to be re-linked when the project comes back to me, makes the project a complete mess. Asset management is extremely important on large projects and Premiere just has no sense. It gets confused at every turn.

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  9. 22 votes

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    Michael Gyori commented  · 

    I can't even get the Project Manager to output a small portion of our film to a consolidated directory with all required assets. This means that I need to give the DP the entire 18TB project, instead of only the media he needs to grade the film. Right now the Project Manager just quits after thinking for a few minutes with an error, asking me to try again. It's disappointing that the engineers actually coded in a message that says I should try again. This shows an awareness of randomness and instability with the code base that is disturbing. Regardless, I did try again. Nothing changed. And yes, flattening all of the consolidated media into one directory (if it did work) is extremely messy on a large project and I second the motion to maintain an original directory tree from the source material.

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    29 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » User experience/interface  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Under Review  ·  Reg Santo Tomas responded

    As Jim Simon noted, there is already a request for this so certainly upvote that request.

    This is an area we are looking into for future versions to make auto-save more reliable and out of the way.

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    Michael Gyori commented  · 

    This request, albeit understandable with Premiere's current state, is disturbing.
    1) Why should it be necessary to save your project every 5 minutes? Yes, because Premiere crashes so often, but the crashes should be fixed!!!!!, not the ability to edit while saving added.
    2) Why is saving in Premiere so slow? Saving should be extremely fast. Save efficiency is terrible right now. How many calculations and data is being parsed in order to save? This needs to change.

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    Under Review  ·  Reg Santo Tomas responded

    While we are not considering removing this long-requested feature, we hear you on the room for improvement.

    Thank you for your feedback

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    Michael Gyori commented  · 

    Agree. No one is asking for it to me removed. It certainly comes in handy, even in it's confusing implementation.

    I'd just like to disable it until some thought and alteration has been made to the interface. It's frustrating that this feature was added with no interface changes. When two large projects are loaded, it's a spaghetti mish-mash.

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    Michael Gyori commented  · 

    Amen.

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    24 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi Andrew,

    your comments are as thoughtful as they are timely.
    While I usually would have to close this item as it isn’t specific enough, I’m gonna leave it open so others can see this and add comments:

    Please come back and vote for exactly the items that you feel need a V2, some polish, or just remove friction in areas that have grown over time. Add a new request if what you’d like to see revised isn’t discussed yet.

    We’re already seeing good patterns on User Voice as to which items and areas would be good candidates for upcoming releases. You can see some of the top runners already marked as “Under Review”. And while that won’t tell you with which release exactly we’ll have things ready for you, it’s an indicator of an investment we’re making to improve features and workflows where most users express their needs.

    Cheers,…

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    Michael Gyori commented  · 

    While I agree with the sentiment of the OP in some ways, I'd prefer Adobe focus on stability and efficiency rather than adding new features. It doesn't need a Final Cut X upgrade, rather significant polish and bug eradication. It really feels like Premiere is getting clunkier and clunkier.... just witness it start up and shutdown. Super computers are struggling to process all the code Premiere is throwing at it. Try editing a timeline that it longer than 30 minutes.

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