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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    I agree 100%! Why offer keyboard shortcut options for toggling each individual audio track (1 through 8), but when it comes to Source tracks, there's just a single all-or-nothing option (i.e. "Toggle All Source Audio"). It seems we were offered a half solution here.

    Having these shortcuts is important to me since when I'm sending media from my Source Monitor to my Timeline, I would like a single shortcut key that acts as a toggle between having A2 source patched or not, to decide on-the-fly if the clip I'm sending should have its audio sent there or not. With the keyboard shortcuts currently available, using a single shortcut as a toggle isn't possible. You can save 2 source assignment presets, give them shortcuts and switch between the two, but that requires 2 keyboard shortcuts instead of one, so it isn't as handy as using a single shortcut that acts as an on/off toggle. Furthermore, it doesn't allow for on-the-fly custom patching outside of selecting any presets previously created and assigned a shortcut, so it isn't as user friendly.

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    This appears to have been fixed. Thank you Pr team!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    If you place your Program Monitor on a second screen, the focus remains on the Timeline. It's not a solution unless you're using 2 or more monitors though.

    I would add that the focus could remain on the last focused window when going full screen. This would make it possible to use the "Bypass Lumetri Color Effects" shortcut on a single monitor when going into Fullscreen view. Currently that shortcut doesn't work in Fullscreen on a single monitor since the Lumetri Color window needs to be active in order for it to work. An example of bad programming 101. :(

    BUT... doing my suggestion would introduce another problem: the 'Go to next/previous edit point' keyboard shortcuts only work if the Timeline or the Program Monitor is the active window, so those shortcuts would not longer work in Fullscreen mode if any other window is active. So really, the perfect solution is this:
    1. If the Timeline is the active window when going Fullscreen, keep it active.
    2. If the Program Monitor is the active window when going Fullscreen, keep it active.
    3. If any other window is active when going Fullscreen, set the Focus on the Timeline if and only if the Program Monitor is not on another monitor.
    4. Fix the issue with "Bypass Lumetri Color Effects" already so that it works no matter which window is active!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    I agree with all of the comments here. We need BETTER use of screen real estate, especially now that, more than ever, we can edit on the go with laptops that have extremely limited screen real estate! Rather than listen to logic (and us users), it seems Adobe is **** bent on making things worse, rather than better. I doubt a single professional Pr user ever asked for this new header bar. And yet many professionals are asking for to option to hide it. I asked for it to be optional while it was in beta. Any appeal to good sense appears to have fallen on deaf ears.

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Some people have suggested getting rid of the names altogether. Doing so is NOT an option since then how can users assign keyboard shortcuts to specific labels? Rather, the colours should have been given 'normal' names from the get-go. The simple addition of colour swatches in the context menu is long overdue.

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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  · 

    If you look down the comments thread Robert, you'll see a couple of other workarounds I came up with that might help. The comment starts with the text "WORKAROUND TIPS!"

    Adobe reps might barely ever participate on uservoice and for the most part simply ignore our requests, but that doesn't stop us users from helping each other with our workarounds in the comments section! ;)

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    I pointed out that work around in my original post Robert, but it's a horrible option since any Motion adjustments made to the nested clip are made out of context of all other visual elements in the main timeline. The bottom line is that Adobe should make their software FUNCTIONAL.

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    @Leonardo, I ask myself the same question sometimes. I do know of at least 1 real editor that beta tests Pr... myself. ;) But I'm just 1 person, just like every other person who voted here. That's why it's so important to collectively participate with our comments and votes in an effort to be heard.

    I created a Facebook group to help us get heard: https://www.facebook.com/groups/premiereprofeaturerequests.

    There are workarounds as I posted in my previous comment, but ideally this issue should be fixed once and for all.

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    WORKAROUND TIPS!

    Until Adobe fixes this, there are a couple of easy workarounds:

    1. Add the Transform and Crop effects to your clip (in that order, otherwise it won't work). Crop your clip to the dimensions of the PIP/window you want. Now adjust your clip's Scale, Position and Rotation using the Transform effect. Bingo, it works! You can now change the motion properties of your clip without changing the size/position/rotation of the 'window' itself! To apply both effects at the same time in the future, select them both in the ECP with your preferred settings (or before changing any settings at all), right click on the name of one of them and select 'Save Preset...' (see illustration).

    2. Even easier, just add the Transform effect to your clip. Now mask your clip using the Opacity effect's masking tools in the ECP. You can create a rectangle, circle or any other shape you want. Now change the motion properties of your clip using the Transform effect. It works as well!

    Hope this info helps!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Does anyone know of a third-party plugin that provides proper track matting in Premiere Pro (i.e. the way AE does it, without resorting to AE or nesting)? Years later, Adobe still doesn't seem to care about fixing essential things like this that would make a world of difference to editors. :(

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    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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    This is not a bug, it’s as designed. We specifically limit the visibility to one track at a time to avoid accidentally burning in multiple tracks. Also, when exporting to a format that only supports one captions stream like SRT or STL, we need to know which is the active track in order to export the correct track.

    But I understand why you might need two tracks visible at the same time.

    Multiple speakers:
    If we could automatically identify speakers and designate a style associated with them, would that help? For example speaker 1 is blue and on the left, speaker 2 is yellow and on the right?

    Multiple languages:
    Do you ever need to burn in both at the same time or is it just a matter of being able to see both to aid in translation and alignment?

    Thanks for the feedback, we really are listening :)

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Actions speak louder than words, as they say... and in both words (or lack thereof) and actions, Adobe is making it clear as a bell that they don't care about their users.

    The update we got in October is a testament to how they set and follow their own agenda, oblivious to user requests for solutions to far more pressing issues.

    What's the point of this website if it's met by clear and irrefutable apathy by the Pr team?
    I've been one of the world's biggest Pr advocates and feedback providers. Sadly, my hope to see the Pr team leave their egos aside and actually demonstrate they care about their users is drawing thin. :(

    Will it take a mass exodus to Davinci Resolve for the Pr team to finally listen?

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    I'm curious why this is still marked as "Needs More Info" two and a half months later. Francis Crossman, you ended your message with "we really are listening", but actions speak much louder than words. This seems like something that could be fixed relatively easily. Will it be another few weeks before it's fixed, or a few years?

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    To answer your question Francis... yes, for the sake of translating captions, it would be very helpful to be able to turn on a second track of captions in the original language for reference!

    I understand the reasoning behind forcing only a single captions track to be visible, but it would be handier for users to have the option to see more than one.

    Perhaps a keyboard modifier could be added for this? Ctrl+clicking the eyeball icon on a second captions track could enable it while also keeping the previously enabled track visible. This would keep the current behaviour intact (enabling a new track automatically hides the previous one, which is desirable and handy for users in most cases), while also giving users that really need to see more than one track at a time an easy way to do so.

    What do you and others think of this proposed solution?

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Just want to add that in addition to being able to pin everything already mentioned, users should also be able to pin a drop down menu for their workspaces, as well as pin their favorite workspaces directly in the tools bar so that they can be accessed in a single click!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    UPDATE:

    Users should be given the option to add text to items in the Super Tools bar in TWO different ways:

    1. Add identifying text to an item that will be visible in the bar itself (perhaps up to a maximum of 6-10 characters)

    2. Add text to a tooltip that pops up after hovering over an item for a half second or so. This would allow users to write a much more detailed description (perhaps up to 50-150 characters) to remember or to instruct other fellow editors on what a certain color, clip, soundfx or title is for!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    3 votes? This only goes to show how broken and pointless the voting system on User Voice is, given that this is a FR that would help ALL editors, not just a select group of editors that need a certain specialty feature.

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Sadly this problem persists in Pr v15.4.0 Beta.

    What's the benefit of having the focus change from the Source to the Program monitor each time a clip is sent from the Source Monitor to the Timeline with the Insert or Overwrite shortcut? There simply isn't any, since this unwanted behaviour makes it impossible for users to edit efficiently with stacked Source & Program monitors.

    Fixing this is an absolute no brainer IMO!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Hi Sean, while you and I don't ever want keyframes to slip along with a clip, there might be certain situations where users do want them to slip. Thankfully the solution is SO simple!

    Slip clip = clip slips, keyframes don't
    CTRL+slip clip = both clip and keyframes slip

    A simple keyboard modifier (could also be Shift) would give users on-the-fly control (with the default naturally being set to the behaviour most users want most of the time, i.e. keyframes don't slip!)

    Here's my official FR for this
    https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/38075233-slip-clip-keyboard-modifier-that-would-make-a-hug

    Where's Adobe on this? All I hear so far are crickets. ;)

    It's simple editing logic 101 that most of the time users don't want keyframes to slip with a clip, so the fact this still hasn't been fixed is disappointing to say the least. :(

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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.

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

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Along with background rendering, thumbnails in the Project window should be rendered in the background anytime the processor isn't exclusively needed for some other task. The way thumbnails only render when brought into view in pure insanity! Every time I open a Bin of shots, my computer slows down to a crawl as Pr renders thumbnails for the shots that can be seen in the Bin. If I scroll down to bring more shots into view, my computer slows down to a crawl yet again while thumbnails are rendered for those shots. It only slows everything down for a few seconds each time, but it's incredibly frustrating nonetheless! Please fix basic things like this before introducing any more niche tools!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Hi Mike and Dacia,

    Thank you for your prompt replies!

    I didn't know about those keyboard shortcuts, so thank you for letting me know. It seems extremely odd however that the arrow keys (and Shift+arrow keys) can't simply be used, since after all the arrow keys DO work for nudging clips, pictures and even entire EG titles when selected in the Program Monitor!

    Not allowing individual EG title elements to be nudged with the same arrow or Shift+arrow keys breaks this convention and makes it inconsistent with the way users are used to nudging everything else in Pr (and other Adobe programs for that matter!)

    While I appreciate the availability of keyboard shortcuts, resorting to new, separate shortcuts vs the existing ones users are used to is very inconvenient since it forces users to assign and remember new shortcuts when they really shouldn't have to.

    I really do wish more thought was put in by the Pr team when designing new tools since time and time again they fall short of expectations due to appears to be incomprehensible lapses in basic 101 logic, such as the botched keyboard shortcuts for toggling off Lumetri Color effects (doesn't work in full screen since the Lumetri panel needs to be selected!) and the Remove Gaps shortcut that nonsensically doesn't work properly whenever there's unselected media on other tracks, to name but a couple.

    Doesn't more work go into testing before releasing to the public?
    Mike, you wrote "We do not assign them to the arrow keys by default because that would interfere with stepping the playhead." That argument is nonsense IMO. Rather than offer new shortcuts that are mutually incompatible with current arrow key functions, as you point out, why not respect existing workflows and simply continue to allow arrow keys to function differently based on what the user is doing at that given moment?

    It should be so simple and self evident:
    EG layer(s) selected in Program Monitor = arrow keys move selected layer(s)
    Nothing selected in Program Monitor = arrow keys act according to their shortcut assignments (move playhead forward/back, jump to previous/next edit, etc)

    Why didn't the Pr team see the simplicity, logic and downright convenience for end users of those options above? Did the Pr team cop out on this one because it was easier to program this way, rather than putting in the work to make it work as users would hope/expect?

    Sorry if I sound overly critical, but at some point users need to speak up and say enough with the nonsense already. :( BTW, I only speak up about this and so many other issues because I care more about Pr and seeing it work properly than most users ever will.

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Hi Dacia,

    I want to add that not being able to nudge individual EG elements with the arrow keys when selected (blue bounding box) is a major, massive PITA. :(

    Why this wasn't introduced from the get go given that LT has had this ability for ages defies all logic and frankly is a huge disservice to Adobe's customers.

    PLEASE fix this ASAP!
    Thank you!

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    Hi James,

    Thanks for the reply.

    Re: (1) "Can you help us understand what the actual editing/creative workflow is where someone would want to add 48 mogrts at once, all in a row in the same track?"

    I'm not sure why you ask this since you already answered this question yourself when you wrote "I have requested this myself because it's often part of my testing process to analyze a lot of mogrts at once." Same goes for me and everyone else. Whether it's to test 2 different .mogrts at once or 48, what's the difference? The ability to drag multiple .mogrts to the Timeline at once would be very helpful anytime they don't have video previews and/or useful thumbnails.

    What I'm suggesting is just a stopgap solution to help users evaluate their .mogrts which don't have a video preview. The best solution by far would be for Adobe to make video previews available for all .mogrts (also allowing users to easily create their own previews when an independent .mogrt developer couldn't do so previously or doesn't care to do so once they're able to).

    Re: (2) "This could get dangerous." I don't see how deleting the junk files I mention could ever be dangerous. The only thing that should be deleted are the files that Pr automatically creates inside the "Motion Graphics Template Media" folder when adding a .mogrt to the Timeline. No user in their right mind would ever keep the only copy they have of a .mogrt inside a subfolder with a crazy name such as "7913d488-10cf-446e-a775-90d47351ea87". You wrote "I think we want to err on the side of NOT automatically deleting any user media from disk". While I agree 100% with that statement, the files I'm talking about Pr deleting are not 'user media', they're files created by Pr. If a user tests 10 .mogrts in their Timeline and discards 9 of them, what's the sense of Pr polluting the user's Project window and their "Motion Graphics Template Media" folder with a bunch of junk files the user does not need nor want? Hopefully, respecting an editor by keeping things clean and tidy is a "really compelling use case for this". ;) If a user ever wants to use any of the .mogrts previously discarded from their Timeline, they can easily do so by dragging them back into their Timeline from the EGP. Once again, to be crystal clear, an original .mogrt on a user's system should never be deleted by Pr just because a user deletes it from their Timeline. Only the supplemental files created by Pr should be removed. Please note that I'm not advocating for a destructive workflow in any way, shape or form.

    I believe this is what most Pr users would like:
    #1. Add video previews to all .mogrts

    If #1 can't be provided by Adobe in a timely fashion (i.e. by the end of 2021), then...

    #2. Give us the ability to drag multiple .mogrts to the Timeline
    and also, if possible, but of lesser importance...
    #3. Automatically delete junk .mogrt files when they are not relevant to the user (i.e. when .mogrts are tested on the Timeline and then deleted)

    #2 and #3 are NOT an alternative to #1, but would be great to help us get by while work is done on providing #1.

    If any of this still isn't clear, please let me know. Thank you!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Thanks for the tips James and Dacia!

    Premiere Composer is fantastic, I highly recommend it to everyone! This plugin definitely solves the organizational limitations of EG.

    The main thing that seems to be missing now is the ability to see previews for all .mogrts. The lack of previews is especially painful when the .mogrts in question don't even have a representative thumbnail, such as in the case of 48 of these 49 animated icons in the attached picture. Imagine having to go through all 48 .mogrts one by one in the Timeline to find the one you're looking for! Providing users with .mogrt previews (i.e. an easy way to generate them at the .mogrt creator and/or end user level) would make .mogrts so much easier to work with!

    FR for this here: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/34344874-preview-the-motion-of-the-mogrt-inside-eg-panel

    Another 2 things that would be helpful:
    1. The ability to drag & drop multiple .mogrts in the Timeline at the same time. In the case of the 48 animated icons, if a user could at least drag them all to the Timeline at the same time to preview them in the Program Monitor, it would essentially reduce 48 drag & drop steps to just one!
    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, it would be nice if that same .mogrt were automatically deleted from the "Motion Graphics Template Media" Bin in the Project Window and from the "Motion Graphics Template Media" folder next to the project file in Windows Explorer. This would keep things a lot tidier!
    https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/42579226-when-deleting-mogrt-from-timeline-also-delete-fr

    These two features would be a handy stopgap solution if providing proper video previews for all .mogrts isn't feasible due to software limitations.

    As always, thanks for listening!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Hi James, I agree, which is precisely why I structured my FR so that it would work out for ALL editors. ;)

    Only want to have your nests tidily appear inside a 'Nests' Bin rather than all over you Project window's root level? Done!

    Only want sequences gathered together? Easy!

    Even if you have a very intricate Bin structure, Smart Bins would never get in the way of that since you can turn the feature off completely, but even with the feature on, it would only organize assets the moment they are imported or created. After that, you can move them to your heart's content and the auto-sorting wouldn't interfere, thus giving you the best of both worlds: automation + manual control whenever you need it!

    Even if I intended to manually sort all of my titles, for example, I would still want them automatically placed inside a 'Titles' Smart Bin, since it would make them easier to find the moment I set out to manually organize them, keeping my Project window clean and tidy in the process.

    Thanks for your comment and vote! :)

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Hi Andreas, it is now possible to do this with the plugin Excalibur! (https://knightsoftheeditingtable.com/excalibur)

    I have shortcuts set up that allow me to resize, move and even rotate all selected clips at once!

    For example:
    Ctrl+Shift+Left Arrow moves all selected clips to the left by 1 pixel
    Ctrl+Shift+Alt+Left Arrow move all selected clips to the left by 5 pixels

    Excalibur is truly a game changer since it solves dozens of essential FRs Adobe has been ignoring!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    UPDATE:
    to add to the 12 points above, even though it isn't a resizing feature per se...

    13. ROTATION LOCK: LT assets can be locked to 45 degree increments when rotating by using the Shift keyboard modifier. This is very handy and should therefore be added to EG asset rotation as well!

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    Thanks for the feedback James! I understand what you're saying, and it does indeed work. It's just that it isn't nearly as efficient as having an assortment of resizing options which can be accessed on the fly in the Program Monitor via keyboard modifiers. Since it seems Adobe's plans are to eventually ditch the Legacy Titler (LT), I hope EG titles and shapes can match the excellent resizing options the LT currently has. Adobe got it right with the LT as far as resizing goes, so no need to reinvent the wheel ;)

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    Pierre Louis Beranek commented  · 

    100% agree!

    BTW, this is one of the many things the plugin Excalibur can do (https://knightsoftheeditingtable.com/excalibur). When creating a nest, it automatically places the nest inside the "Nested Clips" Bin it automatically creates. Even if you rename or move the Bin, it still places nests inside that Bin!

    Unfortunately, being a 3rd party plugin, it can't create 'Smart' Bins for all media types. Only for some.

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