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    Matt Young commented  · 

    Hi Mike -
    I've put screenshots of my AE settings (and more detailed info) here: https://community.adobe.com/t5/after-effects/color-discrepancy-for-ae-mogrts-being-used-in-ppro/td-p/12153173

    My Premiere settings are using Rec. 709 color space. Again, the right-aligned version of this lower third is using the same AE project settings and working fine in the same Premiere sequence. I've tried comparing these two comps layer by layer, effect by effect, and the only difference I can see are position differences (naturally, since one is aligned left, the other right). I'm stumped.

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    Matt Young commented  · 

    Mike -
    You're exactly right about PPro displaying black when transparency grid is off. That's why the lower part of the image is black. Attached are two separate images: one showing what I'm seeing in PPro with transparency grid on, the other showing what it looks like in AE.

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    Matt Young commented  · 

    Hi Mike -
    The difference you're noting is simply a result of having the transparency grid turned off in my Premiere Pro program monitor. It is on a transparent background in both settings (AE and PPro). No other difference that I can pinpoint. Crazy thing is that the MOGRT for the right-align version of this lower third looks absolutely fine when used in PPro, though I have yet to find any differences in the two AE comps!

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    I'm experiencing inaccurate colors in Premiere using MOGRTs created in AE - not sure if it's a similar issue as the original post, or if this is something completely different. I've tried Dacia's suggestions below, but they've not worked. On attached photo the top is what it looks like in AE, bottom is what's coming out in PPro.

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    Matt Young commented  · 

    Hi Mike,
    I see what you mean now - thanks for pointing that out. Unfortunately, that doesn't seem to be a practical workaround for videos with dozens of captions. The new text block default position is directly under the first text block, so you'd then have to manually click and drag (in the program monitor? I can't find another way to move it) to position things.

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    @Mike Berry - I don't follow. Do you mean just limit myself to one line of captions at all times? Or is there some way to have two blocks of captions visible at the same time? Because when I create multiple caption blocks at the same point on the timeline, it only allows me to have one visible at a time.

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    This happens to me when close a project and return to the Premiere home screen, then select a new project from there. Frustratingly, it doesn't happen every time. The one workaround I've found is to open a new project while the old one is still open, THEN close the old one. In other words, bypass returning to the home screen.

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    Another update - this time to Premiere 2020 - and the problem hasn't been fixed. Making windows stay where you put them is not considered worth Adobe's time, I suppose.

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    Six months later, and despite a big Premiere update this bug has not been fixed.

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    I'm experiencing the bug as well. For me I've only noticed the project window not saving to my desired location; however, it very well could be other windows too...it's just that I specifically want the project window in a certain place but am unable to save it there.

    Once a project is started and windows are arranged, the windows remain in location upon re-opening the project. But when I start a new project and choose the custom workspace, the project window is reset to the lower left corner of my left monitor (where I don't want it).

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    Matt Young commented  · 

    Hi Nate,

    If you check out my entire original post, you'll see that I've already explored the Import Settings window. The problem is the background colors options in caption Import Settings are limited to 22 options, none of which conform to my company's brand requirements.

    Am I missing something?

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    Matt Young commented  · 

    I zoom in on the timeline when I'm cutting specific sounds from a clip. Zooming in to the waveform of a few words, as well as expanding the audio track height, gives me a really good look at what I'm hearing.

    Does this not work for you?

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    Ctrl+S saves my project. No clip colors change.

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