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    That's awesome. Should have checked here first. Just put in another suggestion for it. lol

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    @Peter Martel - This is exactly the reason. If I can keep things to a couple of tracks, it's neater and cleaner.

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    Todd Laitar commented  · 

    @Benjamin Jackson, I know right? Vegas had it 12 years ago.

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    Todd Laitar commented  · 

    Help promote this feature!
    It saves so much time when scrubbing through footage and isolating desired clips. I always raise them up to a different track with alt+up arrow. then selecting those raised tracks and promote them to a new sequence.
    However, when working with multiple tracks, it makes this process more tedious. Having the ability to lock them in place as you go can make it a quick grab of the undesired clips and deleting them from a new sequence fast and efficient.

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    @James Clark - one example, if you use plural eyes to sync your footage. There are times I open the generated timeline and the main camera footage is below secondary/3rd camera. In that case I need to physically select the entire track hold shift and raise it all up. I then have to grab all the tracks and move them back down so I don't have an empty track on level one.
    It's inconvenient, you run the risk of moving the tracks even one frame off if you aren't zoomed in.
    Another is if I have built a project and change my mind on my graphics layers. typically I put each item type on it's own layer. Overlays on one, name keys on another, b-roll on it's own. If I change my mind and want to switch things around, it's a big pain to be lassoing clips to again drag up or down.
    By simply dragging a track up or down, you avoid any issues of misalignment.

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    Just requested this myself, didn't see this one.

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    Hi folks! A quick update to let you know that three new Multi-Frame Rendering features went live in the After Effects public beta (18.4×37 and later) earlier this week:

    • Speculative Preview: When AE is idle (you’re checking your email, grabbing a coffee or even just browsing effects), it will render your timeline in the background so you’re ready to preview when you get back.
    • Multi-Frame Rendering in Adobe Media Encoder Beta: Enable MFR in the AE Beta and export in the background up to 3x faster.
    • Render notifications on desktop, iOS and Android: AE can let you know when it’s done no matter where you are via the Creative Cloud app. (Fun bonus: notifications will even work on your smartwatch!)

    Here’s a link with more info on each feature:
    https://community.adobe.com/t5/after-effects-beta/multi-frame-rendering-is-here-aka-the-multithreading-you-ve-been-asking-for/m-p/12131175#M925

    Let us know how things are working for you on the beta forums. And stay tuned for more Multi-Frame Rendering…

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    I realize there are work arounds or longer ways to do this, but this is very simple and has been done in other programs like Sony Vegas 7 years ago.

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    If I'm reading this correctly. If you click on the clip, press F, this will bring that clip into the trimmer window. Turn on snapping, go to the trimmer window and grab the audio and drag it down to your clip. It should be the exact audio for that portion of video, likewise video for audio.

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    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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