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  2. 7 votes
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    I agree! It's extremely odd that all effects can be adjusted in the ECP, minus time remapping. This is illogical, inconsistent and frustrating, and should therefore be fixed asap.

  3. 3 votes
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    Hi Andreas, I like you idea, but the need to set each individual keyframe to pin to the in/out point or stretch seems like it would be more work than the solution I propose here: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/41391664-keyframe-pinning-options-in-effect-controls-pannel.

    Your solution is more complete than mine, but would require more work on Adobe's part to implement and more work on user's part to use, thus my preference for the solution I proposed.

    I the case of user created presets, you already can determine if keyframes stick to the in/out point or stretch.

  4. 4 votes
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  5. 39 votes
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    Yes! The crop tool should be an intrinsic effect in the ECP!

  6. 15 votes
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  7. 9 votes
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    Great idea! (which Sony Vegas gave users ages ago) I agree that it should be something users can control 'on the fly'. The best way to do this is:

    1. Settings preference: for users to decide if the auto-created transition should happen by default or not.
    2. Modifier key (such as Ctrl or Shift): when pressed, overlapping two clips creates a transition OR overwrites the underlying clip, DEPENDING on the preference the user set in their settings.

    This would be the BEST way to implement such a new tool, since it would give users a way to define the default behavior AND call up the alternative behavior at any moment, on the fly, through an easy to use modifier key!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    I agree! Thankfully we don't need to wait for Adobe on this one, since as John mentioned, there's a great plugin available that already does this: WatchTower (https://knightsoftheeditingtable.com/)

    I tested it today and it works great!

    It would be nice to see Adobe add this functionality in Pr however... but only after they fix other problems that don't have a plugin workaround ;)

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  10. 11 votes
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    I agree Jana, it's VERY frustrating! The problem is that the Pr team finds all kinds of second-rate improvements to fill up their precious development schedule with. If you download the Beta version of Pr, you'll see the new tools they're currently working on for the next version of Pr. Sure, the new tools they're working hard to give us will be helpful for some, but they're hardly as pressing or essential as many fixes like this one that users have been requesting for years and years! That's why we need to keep voting and raising our voices until they finally listen.

    BTW Jana, did you know you can assign shortcuts to turn keyframes into Ease In or Ease Out Beziers? That certainly help for changing them from their ugly Linear default!

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    Here's the link to my FR with illustration: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/38075233-slip-clip-keyboard-modifier-that-would-make-a-hug

    Hope this gets more attention from Adobe since it's an editing pain on a regular basis.

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    Here's an illustration to bring more attention to this issue:

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    It's a real shame this hasn't been fixed yet! Keep voting and commenting to get Adobe's attention on this matter!

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    Since there will always be some people who prefer to turn a certain tool off, there should be an option in the Timeline's wrench menu to turn off 'Show Media Overwrite Warning'.

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    Correction: No visual warning cue would be necessary when inserting a clip with a shortcut since that action automatically moves media down the Timeline, out of the way, so no risk of overwriting clips by mistake in that case. ;)

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