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    Please try out the current Premiere Pro Beta, which includes spellcheck for captions and graphics.
    You can find beta versions of apps in your Creative Cloud Desktop app. On the left, under Categories, click on Beta Apps. There you can install a separate version of Premiere Pro which does not overwrite your regular installation of Premiere Pro. To provide feedback you can use UserVoice or hop over to the Beta community forum! https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro-beta/ct-p/ct-premiere-pro-beta?page=1&sort=latest_replies&tabid=all

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    This request is so self explanatory, the OP only wrote a title without any further explanation! lol

    Spell check would certainly be a nice addition to Pr! With the new captioning tools coming out in version 15.0 (currently in beta), it would make a great addition to those tools as well!

    One important thing to mention is that users should have access to all languages, not just the language their version of Pr is in. I do videos in 4 different languages that I speak and I've even done a few videos in some languages I don't(with the help of native speakers, of course, but even they can miss spelling mistakes).

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    TIP: If you have the Excalibur plug-in (www.knightsoftheeditingtable.com), you can easily get around this issue with a simple 2-step macro (see illustration).

    I would still like to see Adobe fix this issue for all of its users though.

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    This already exists with the 'Insert' and 'Overwrite' keyboard shortcuts! If these shortcuts don't exist on your system, simply assign them in Keyboard Preferences.

    Note to User Voice moderators: when a FR like this appears, could it be removed to avoid polluting the forum with redundant requests?

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    I agree 100%! This is what it could look like (see image). What are you waiting for Adobe? ;)

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Here is what I believe would be the best solution to Pr's exporting problem: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/42617104-relative-export-paths-please

    Please take a look and add your votes there!
    There are 6 or so FRs already asking for the same exporting issue to be fixed, so I'm hoping to consolidate all of the votes under a single thread.

    I've attached an illustration as a preview of my solution. Lets all vote to get this issue fixed once and for all! Thanks!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Here is what I believe would be the best solution to Pr's exporting problem: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/42617104-relative-export-paths-please

    Please take a look and add your votes there!
    There are 6 or so FRs already asking for the same exporting issue to be fixed, so I'm hoping to consolidate all of the votes under a single thread.

    I've attached an illustration as a preview of my solution. Lets all vote to get this issue fixed once and for all! Thanks!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Hi Fran,

    The MULTIPLE FRs asking for the export location to be set on a project per project basis vs the universal saving location we currently have beg to disagree with your incorrect assertion on how users prefer that exporting works. Did your team actually consult any real editors when coming to your faulty conclusion?

    As TaranVH says, video exports should go in the last used location for that specific project, not merely into the last overall location."

    I agree with you that "Usually our users prefer... auto-select the last exported location.", BUT ONLY within an individual project! If I last exported into my project's 'Exports' folder, that's where I'll probably want to export to every time I export from that project. BUT... why would anyone want to automatically export into project A's 'Exports' folder when working on project B, C or Z???

    What users need is the ability to set a RELATIVE export path, just like the amazing Excalibur plugin allows users to set (see illustration). This way, by setting the relative path to .\Exports for example, exports will always appear inside the 'Exports' folder associated to a project: Project A automatically exports into project A's 'Exports' folder, project B automatically exports into project B's 'Exports' folder, and so on.

    If for some reason a user ever wanted to always export to the same folder, regardless of which project is exported from, reverting to Pr's current exporting behavior would be as easy as setting a non-relative path such as 'Desktop'.

    Giving users proper options makes it a win win for EVERYONE!

    I always thought this exporting issue was a programming mistake, but to find out it was programmed this way on purpose is truly disheartening as it reveals a complete lack of touch with what editors actually want and need. :(

    Please fix this once and for all!

    Thank you!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    One would expect such an embarrassing misstep to be fixed as quickly as possible. It baffles me as well that this hasn't been fixed yet.

    New features aren't enough. We need new features that work properly, without any silly and easily avoidable restrictions that should never have made it past the first round of quality control. :(

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Hi James,

    You wrote "Alternatively, you can click on the Info (i) button in the lower right corner of the Mogrt thumbnail and you will have a little more playback control over the thumbnail in the info view."

    Unfortunately the "playback control over the thumbnail" is poorly implemented since it is quite hidden and therefore not very discoverable. It should always be visible, for several reasons I explain here: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/42580615-make-the-blue-mogrt-thumbnail-selection-bar-more.

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    What do you guys thing about these two solutions to help us preview mogrts while we wait for proper video previews?

    1. The ability to drag & drop multiple .mogrts to the Timeline at the same time.
    https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/42578794-drag-multiple-mogrts-to-timeline-at-once-to-make

    2. If a user drags a .mogrt to the Timeline to test, and then deletes it, the .mogrt files that are automatically created in the "Motion Graphics Template Media" Bin in the Project Window and in the "Motion Graphics Template Media" folder next to the project file in Windows Explorer should also be deleted, to keep things tidier.
    https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/42579226-when-deleting-mogrt-from-timeline-also-delete-fr

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    To answer your questions Bronwyn:

    What would you want the video preview in Premiere Pro to be?

    1. Would you want it to be just one of those variations, like the default settings, made into a preview?
    2. Would you want to generate your own preview video (ex: so you could show the variations within the mogrt) and attach it to the mogrt when you export it?
    3. Something else?

    Users should be given the option in AE to choose which video preview they want users to see by adjusting a mogrt's settings specifically for the purpose of creating a video preview (even if those settings won't be the defaults when exporting the mogrt). A "Generate video preview" button in the EG panel could take care of this.

    If a user doesn't create a preview with specific settings before exporting the mogrt, then a preview video should be automatically created when exporting the mogrt, based on its current settings.

    If the user exports an updated mogrt which already has an associated video preview file, a pop up window could simply ask the user: Update mogrt's video preview? [Yes] [No], with perhaps a "Do not ask again" checkbox, in case some users always want the answer to be the same.

    How does that sound?

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