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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    It's a pity that such an important FR as this one isn't getting any traction because most users of this site only vote for the most obvious of requests. Thankfully, it IS possible to turn most if not all of Pr's poorly programmed shortcuts into universal ones that work regardless of which window is active. For this you need to use the Excalibur plugin: https://knightsoftheeditingtable.com/excalibur.

    In Excalibur, you can create multi-step User Commands. This makes it possible, for example, to trigger the "Activate Direct Manipulation in Program Monitor" shortcut from ANY window, even though that shortcut only works when the Timelines window is active.

    To do this, we need to create a 2 step Macro:
    1) Select Timelines window (so that our shortcut will work)
    2) Trigger "Activate Direct Manipulation in Program Monitor" shortcut

    Unfortunately, the keyboard shortcut used for activating the Timelines window ALSO serves to switch between opened sequences IF Timelines is already active AND there's 2 or more opened sequences when using the shortcut (note: the same problem exists with the Program Monitor. If the shortcut used to switch to that window is used when it’s already the active window, it will switch to the next sequence). To avoid switching between sequences by accident, we need to add an additional step to our Macro (see illustration):

    1) Select Projects window (by first selecting any window other than the Timeline or Program Monitor, our macro is guaranteed to never switch between sequences by mistake!)
    2) Select Timelines window (so that our shortcut will work)
    3) Trigger "Activate Direct Manipulation in Program Monitor" shortcut

    Bingo! Just like that, we can change a frustrating shortcut that only works when one specific window is active into a convenient universal shortcut that works no matter which window is active!

    Of course it would be better if the Pr team designed intelligent shortcuts to begin with, but at least there’s a simple enough solution available today to get around Pr’s poorly designed shortcuts!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Yes Baaron, it's counter intuitive logic, or rather, a complete lack of logic.

    We don't just need a high quantity of keyboard shortcuts. We need them to be of high quality as well!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    'Sequence Settings' is another shortcut that inexplicably only works if the Program Monitor is active. Why can't a user call up the Sequence Settings window from their Timeline???

    This is bad programming, plain and simple. PLEASE fix Pr's numerous keyboard shortcut anomalies! They don't help anyone!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    It's a pity that such an important FR as this one isn't getting any traction because most users of this site only vote for the most obvious of requests that require zero comprehension skills. Thankfully, it IS possible to turn most if not all of Pr's poorly programmed shortcuts into universal ones that work regardless of which window is active. For this you need to use the Excalibur plugin: https://knightsoftheeditingtable.com/excalibur.

    In Excalibur, you can create multi-step User Commands. This makes it possible, for example, to trigger the "Activate Direct Manipulation in Program Monitor" shortcut from ANY window, even though that shortcut only works when the Timelines window is active.

    To do this, we need to create a 2 step Macro:
    1) Select Timelines window (so that our shortcut will work)
    2) Trigger "Activate Direct Manipulation in Program Monitor" shortcut

    Unfortunately, the keyboard shortcut used for activating the Timelines window ALSO serves to switch between opened sequences IF Timelines is already active AND there's 2 or more opened sequences when using the shortcut (note: the same problem exists with the Program Monitor. If the shortcut used to switch to that window is used when it’s already the active window, it will switch to the next sequence). To avoid switching between sequences by accident, we need to add an additional step to our Macro (see illustration):

    1) Select Projects window (by first selecting any window other than the Timeline or Program Monitor, our macro is guaranteed to never switch between sequences by mistake!)
    2) Select Timelines window (so that our shortcut will work)
    3) Trigger "Activate Direct Manipulation in Program Monitor" shortcut

    Bingo! Just like that, we can change a frustrating shortcut that only works when one specific window is active into a convenient universal shortcut that works no matter which window is active!

    Of course it would be better if the Pr team designed intelligent shortcuts to begin with, but at least there’s a simple enough solution available today to get around Pr’s poorly designed shortcuts!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    I agree 100! This is the same FR I made years ago here: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/35766661-make-keyboard-shortcuts-work-from-anywhere-in-the.

    To add to the list:

    Bypass Lumetri Color Effect should work from anywhere, not just when the Lumetri panel is selected, which is incredibly stupid since it makes it impossible to use the shortcut while in Full Screen view (unless you assign and use another shortcut to select the Lumetri panel first while in Full Screen)

    Sequence Settings: only works with Program Monitor selected but not Timeline???

    The sheer number of logic gaps and inexplicable inconsistencies in Pr is shameful. :(

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    You can already do all of this and much more with the Excalibur plugin! https://knightsoftheeditingtable.com/excalibur

    Of course it would be better for the Pr team to provide this functionality natively in Pr, but if you want a solution today, it's already available. :)

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    UPDATE: actually it IS possible to create Macros that use the Window>Timelines keyboard shortcut and have the same result every time (see illustration). You just need to add an extra command first such as Window>Projects BEFORE the command for Window>Timelines. This way, whether the Timeline is or isn't the active window when the macro is used, the result is always the same. It's a simple enough workaround, but how many people are going to get Excalibur and program something like this? Pr has tons of shortcuts already. Unfortunately, lots of them are horribly programmed and several key shortcuts are still missing.

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    I agree with you 100% Trevor! I was just about to post my own FR for this but found your post first.

    The fact that the keyboard-shortcut-assignable function of Window>Timelines works differently depending on if that window is already active or not is completely nonsensical since it makes it impossible to create usable Macros.

    I tried creating Macros so that my Logitech 604 mouse's scroll wheel can go to the previous/next edit point when clicking it left or right. Assigning just those basic functions works fine, but ONLY if the Timeline is the active window. If I try using those mouse shortcuts while any other window is active, they don't work. Simple enought to solve, right?... just create a 2 step macro: 1) Set focus on Timeline + 2) Go to previous (or next) edit point.

    BUT, those simple macros don't work properly because if the Timeline is already the active window when using them, rather than going to the previous or next edit point in the current sequence, it does so in the next sequence any time 2 or more sequences are open. Frustrating!

    Considering that Pr has hundreds of keyboard-shortcut-assignable functions, it's a real shame that 'Timeline focus' and 'Next timeline tab' don't have separate shortcuts. And for people that want those two functions to have the same shortcut, Pr should allow them to assign the same shortcut to both functions once separated.

    Sadly though, it appears that Adobe has no interest in tackling legitimate FRs like this one since they're too busy dumbing down Pr's interface as they've done with the new export window.

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    I agree with this 100%. In AE, pasting a hex code is user friendly, so why doesn't Pr make it equally user friendly? It sometimes seems that AE and Pr aren't even made by the same company since there are so many things that are user friendly in AE and could easily be so in Pr as well, but for some strange reason, are not. Please fix this :)

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Hi Rob, thanks for the tip! I hadn't though about using Excalibur for this. I know about it, since I've been helping Ivan beta test it since before it come out to market! :) You're right, Excalibur does a lot of things that the Pr team obtusely refuses to do.

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    I agree 100% with you Rob!

    It's frustrating to be unable to turn guides on/off when the TImeline has focus. I don't use guides that often, so I don't have keyboard shortcuts assigned to these functions, but if I go into the View menu when ANY window other than the Program Monitor is active, all of the menu's options (minus 'Playback Resolution') are greyed out and therefore inaccessible. How is this even remotely logical from a user's perspective?!

    FURTHERMORE: If I have my Program Monitor in Fullscreen view on a second monitor, and click on it to make the Program Monitor active, IT DOES NOT WORK! I need to exit Fullscreen view, click on the Program Monitor window, and only then do the View menu option become accessible. This is software design insanity!

    Does your argument about keyboard shortcut conflicts apply in this case James? What is your explanation for blocking users out of using the View menu options in this highly restrictive and unnatural way?

    Please make your software FRIENDLY and INTUITIVE to use! Greying out the View Menu's options when anything but the non-fullscreen Program Monitor is active is extremely UNfriendly and UNintuitive. Same goes for restricting keyboard shortcuts when doing so is NOT necessary (to avoid shortcut conflicts in this case, users can simply assign shortcuts that don't cause conflicts, can they not?!)

    Please take a look at this old FR post of mine James: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/35766661-make-keyboard-shortcuts-work-from-anywhere-in-the The problem of poorly designed shortcuts extends much further than just the shortcuts for guides.

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Keyboard shortcuts for effects and presets: 665 votes

    New Export interface that introduced over a dozens new bugs rather than fixing the 2-3 bugs of the perfectly adequate previous interface: 0 votes

    Guess which one of these the Pr team decided to give us...
    Yup, that's Adobe for you, a multi-billion dollar company with complete disregard for its users!

    Just as a reminder, YOU DON'T NEED TO WAIT forever for the Pr team to give us this basic functionality. You can get all of this and more with the Excalibur plugin starting today! https://knightsoftheeditingtable.com/excalibur

    It works amazingly well and I've already created dozens of keyboard shortcuts and macros with it. Since using it, I almost never use the Effect window anymore. Keyboard shortcuts are SO much faster!

    Here are some examples of my keyboards shortcuts created with Excalibur:

    Crop - Ctrl+Shift+C
    Blur - Ctrl+Shift+B
    Warp Stabilizer (50%) - Ctrl+Shift+W
    Warp Stabilizer Lite (5% preset) - Ctrl+Alt+W
    Show Guides - Alt+G (works no matter which window is active!)
    Show Rulers - Alt+R (works no matter which window is active!)
    Activate Direct Manipulation in Program Monitor - M (works no matter which window is active!)

    RESIZE ALL selected clips:
    Increase by 1%: Ctrl+Shift+=
    Increase by 10%: Ctrl+Shift+Alt+=

    Decrease by 1%: Ctrl+Shift+-
    Decrease by 10%: Ctrl+Shift+Alt+-

    MOVE ALL selected clips:
    Left by 5 points - Ctrl+Shift+Left Arrow
    Left by 25 points - Ctrl+Shift+Alt+Left Arrow

    Right by 5 points - Ctrl+Shift+Right Arrow
    Right by 25 points - Ctrl+Shift+Alt+Right Arrow

    Up by 5 points - Ctrl+Shift+Up Arrow
    Up by 25 points - Ctrl+Shift+Alt+Up Arrow

    Down by 5 points - Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow
    Down by 25 points - Ctrl+Shift+Alt+Down Arrow

    Anyway, I think you get the point!

    Excalibur not only allows you to assign shortcuts to ALL of your effects, transitions and presets, but it also allows you to 'fix' the horrendously crippled shortcuts that Adobe gives us such as 'Show Guides' and 'Show Rulers' that ONLY work if a specific window is active. With simple 2-3 step macros, you can fix these poorly designed shortcuts so that they work no matter which window is active! (see illustration for my solution to fix the "Activate Direct Manipulation in Program Monitor" shortcut that idiotically only works if the Timeline is the active window)

    The bottom line is we need to depend on 3rd party plug-ins to fill in the gaps since the Pr team simply cares more about their ego-driven pet projects than they care about us users. I can't imagine using Pr without Excalibur. It's a massive time (and sanity) saver!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    As an Adobe rep and employee Kevin, do you mean to say that even at 638 votes as of Feb 2, 2022, Adobe won't take this idea seriously because it hasn't garnered enough votes?! (keeping it "Under Review" for another 3 years?)

    I know you're trying to encourage people to participate, but a message like that coming from an Adobe employee actually has the reverse effect for myself, one of the biggest contributors of new ideas on this platform. It sounds like we should all just give up and not participate since getting Adobe to listen to us is utterly hopeless... hopeless to the point that even 600+ votes is still not enough to get them to pay attention beyond an empty "Under Review" status from nearly 3 years ago. If that's the case, what chance in **** do perfectly legitimate ideas with less than 100 votes have of ever seeing the light of day?

    I know that's not what you meant by your post, but it certainly does seem odd to hear an Adobe rep encouraging us to upvote, rather than simply stating something along the lines of: "We're looking into it. Won't be much longer now" Now THAT would be a LOT more encouraging than hearing that our 638 votes still aren't enough to be taken seriously. :(

    It's time for Adobe to get real and stop treating its users like this!

    By the way, as I've pointed out before a couple of times, this functionality is ALREADY available through the fantastic Excalibur plugin I beta tested extensively for the programmer. It isn't free, but well worth the cost. Native solutions are almost always preferable however.

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Hi everyone! If you still haven't tried out the plug-in I mentioned in my last post, Excalibur (https://knightsoftheeditingtable.com/) is the easiest way you can assign keyboard shortcuts to ALL of your favorite Effects, Effect Presets and Transitions TODAY! There's no need to wait for this anymore :) (see illustration)

    Unfortunately, Excalibur can't assign shortcuts to Transition Presets yet because of a limitation in Pr. I've created a FR asking Adobe to fix this. Please take a look and vote here! https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/42736877-update-api-to-allow-3rd-party-software-to-assign-s

    Thanks!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Hi Jonas, it is! I can't imagine ever going back to editing without it! Check out my FB post linked in my previous post to see a few of the other things it does. And this is v1.0.0. It's only going to get even better moving forward! :)

    I though about jumping ship to Davinci Resolve, but not anymore that we have Premiere+Excalibur!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    SOLVED!!!!!!

    There's no more need to wait for Adobe to add this basic functionality anymore! There's a new plug-in that just came out today that allows us to easily assign shortcuts to any and all of our favorite Effects, Presets and Transitions!

    This plug-in also provides solutions to well over a dozen other common FRs. You can find out more about it here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1638270639681590/permalink/1766467540195232

    I've been extensively beta testing it for over a month and it's a game changer!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    YES!!!!!!!!!! Adobe, give use 10, or better yet 20 customizable shortcuts so we can apply our most used effects to clips with a single key press! This would be a HUGE time saver!

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    I agree with you Peter, although now I can easily add the Crop effect to any clip simply by using my keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+C. To do this, you need to get the Excalibur plug-in (the #1 most essential Pr plug-in by far IMO!) It allows you to assign keyboard shortcuts to ALL of your effects, transitions and presets. It's a HUGE time saver! It's a shame we need to rely on 3rd party plugins to give us basic functionality that should be included in Pr, but at least there's no need to wait on the Pr team to get this!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Thanks Kevin!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    EXCALIBUR TO THE RESCUE! Once again, the #1 plug-in on the market for Pr comes to the rescue, solving this problem. For those using this must have plug-in, you can use the "Activate Direct Manipulation in Program Monitor" while ANY window is active, not just the Timeline. For this you'll need to create a 3-step User Command (See illustration. Illustration shows my shortcuts but you can program any shortcuts you want):
    1) Keyboard Shortcut: Projects (You'll need to assign a shortcut to this first in Pr. This step is necessary since the shortcut to make the Timeline the active window ALSO serves to switch to the next sequence, should 2 or more sequences be opened (this is another thoughtlessly bad design Adobe should fix). So to avoid jumping to the next sequence by accident if the Timeline is the currently active window when using our User Command, we first need to activate another window in Pr.
    2) Keyboard Shortcut: Timelines (this serves to make the Timeline the active window so that our next shortcut will work
    3) Keyboard Shortcut: "Activate Direct Manipulation in Program Monitor" (now that we've guaranteed that the right window is active (i.e. Timeline) in order for this badly designed shortcut to work, it works the way it should, no matter which Pr window was active when our User Command shortcut was triggered!)
    Of course, it would be ideal for the Pr team to start giving us proper shortcut options that work logically and intelligently.
    Thankfully, there's no need to wait, since Excalibur can solve this and so many other issues in Pr! Hope this info helps!

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