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    Joe Unsworth commented  · 

    Also looking for support on this - did you ever manage to find a way to get the metadata timecode data out of Resolve and back into Premiere? Playing around with audio timecode for the first time here, and Premiere's workflow doesn't seem to like it at all...

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    I am also experiencing this issue with frame-holds in Premiere Pro, running an M1 Max MacBook Pro with the Apple Silicon version of Premiere Pro. All frame-holds result in glitching.

    The only workaround I have found so far is to export a single frame (of the clip I want to frame-hold) as a JPG/PNG, and then re-importing this as an image into the timeline.

    This is NOT an acceptable solution, to be clear - but it is a workaround for now, while we wait for Adobe to release a patch for the bug.

    While on the topic of glitches, I find the UX of PrPro to be extremely hit-and-miss on the M1 Max - certain actions like clicking on the 'expand' arrows of elements within Effects Controls (e.g. to expand the Motion / Opacity elements) result in nothing happening until I click the arrow 5-6 times.

    Similarly, when clicking in the timeline to move the playhead, there is no response/nothing happens, until I wait a few seconds and click multiple times where I'd like the playhead to move to.

    Alt-dragging items in the timeline also seems to have a bug - it doesn't duplicate the first time I alt+drag elements, it simply moves the original element. Then I have to put it back, alt+drag again, and THEN the element gets duplicated. Never experienced this issue before with alt+dragging things around to quickly duplicate.

    It doesn't sound like much, but when it slows down your workflow by 5-6 seconds every time you try and click something, or try to perform an action and have to repeatedly try to do the same thing over and over until it works, it quickly becomes a very unpleasant editing experience.

    Adobe, please sort these bugs!

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    Joe Unsworth commented  · 

    Really, really struggling with my editing these days because of how dark the Premiere UI is. Throughout COVID, I have been forced to work in my CONSERVATORY, which is effectively a sun room. with windows on 3 of the 4 sides - plus a transparent roof.

    It has been extremely tiring on my eyes and most of the time I just fully give up and push my editing back to do at night, when I can actually see what I'm doing in the Premiere UI.

    Don't get me wrong, I LOVE the black and grey theme when I can work from my editing den / studio, but **** has it been an awful experience working in the daylight. Maybe if I had a ProDisplay XDR that was insanely bright, it wouldn't be as much of an issue, but with a regular iMac it's been horrible. Can't see my timeline, can't see my scopes, black on black on black just does NOT work in the daylight.

    Adobe, PLEASE give us a light mode!!!

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