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    7 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Stability  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Gary Barlow commented  · 

    @Pat Finnegan - Nice workaround. Thanks.

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    Gary Barlow commented  · 

    This problem still hasn't been fixed in v15.
    Only way to avoid it is to focus the project panel before choosing the file menu.

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    Gary Barlow commented  · 

    Only happens when a sequence panel or the program monitor panel has focus. If any other panel (project for instance) has focus, the file menu responds without delay.

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    Gary Barlow commented  · 

    Nope, spoke too soon. The same problem is back again.

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    Gary Barlow commented  · 

    Time will tell, but I think the 14.4.0 update may have fixed the issue.

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    Gary Barlow commented  · 

    Everyone has their own variation of the workaround, but the easiest by far is save your dual screen layout and give it a keyboard shortcut, and give the default single screen layout another shortcut.
    Then, each time you launch Prem, make sure a panel on the primary monitor has focus (because keyboard shortcuts won't work if focus is on the secondary monitor), and use your keyboard shortcut to switch to the default layout, followed by your shortcut to switch to your dual layout.
    Two keystrokes and you're set for the rest of your session.

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    Gary Barlow commented  · 

    Don't forget there is a simple workaround (see OP). If you have all your workspaces bound to keystrokes, it's even easier. Just make sure a panel in the primary monitor has focus before attempting a keystroke. 😄

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    Gary Barlow commented  · 

    Just curious; are any of you on Mac?
    I'm on PC and would be interested to know if this issue is platform agnostic.

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    Gary Barlow commented  · 

    And, not only do you have to repeat the work around every time you launch Premiere, but you also have to repeat it when you close a project to open another (or reopen the same).

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    Gary Barlow commented  · 

    Laura Zusters & Jeremy Abbott - both your suggestions didn't work for me.

    The only workaround that works for me is switching to a layout that only resides on the primary monitor (any of the default layouts) and then switching back to my dual monitor layout, and this has to be repeated every time Premiere is launched.

    I tried saving changes to the dual layout after the workaround, and then relaunching Premiere and resetting to the saved layout, but that didn't help.

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    Gary Barlow commented  · 

    But does the fix continue to work after you relaunch Premiere?

    I can't test right now because I've finished work for the day.

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    Gary Barlow commented  · 

    Never mind.

    It's under audio preferences.

    Clearly this help document that I was referring to is incorrect:
    https://helpx.adobe.com/au/premiere-pro/using/rendering-previewing-sequences.ug.html#render_audio_when_rendering_video

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    1 comment  ·  Premiere Pro » Export  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Gary Barlow commented  · 

    That goes for Quicktime encoding generally. The quality slider is greyed out, so the minimum bitrate currently available for quicktime export is 20Mbps. This is unsatisfactory, since quicktime is the only format that can be used to create proxies with multichannel audio. 20Mbps proxies are unnecessarily large. 5Mbps is plenty. So, give us control of the quality slider for Quicktime encoding.

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