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PPro's Program viewer zoom ALWAYS defaults to "Fit"

Enthusiast ,
Jan 25, 2023 Jan 25, 2023

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Steps to reproduce:
1. Work on a project in PPro, with the program's zoom set to 100%

2. Save & quit

3. Relaod PPro, load up that project


Result:

Zoom is set to "fit"


Expected:

Zoom should be as I left it

Not a major bug, but a minor inconvenience.

 
System info
    Application: Premiere Pro (Beta) v23.3.0.2
    OS: Windows v10.0.19044, RAM: 127.92 GB GB, CPUs (logical): 32

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Jan 25, 2023 Jan 25, 2023

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Its not a bug its by design.

I would not have it any other way.

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Enthusiast ,
Mar 08, 2023 Mar 08, 2023

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In fact a great improvement to this would be if each sequence remembers its own zoom level. For example, at the moment I'm working on two sequences - one is 1920x1080 and the other is 1080x1920. I want my landscape aspect ratio sequence to be at 100% (because it fits nicely in my workspace) and my portrait one to be "Fit" (else it takes up too much vertical space). PPro does not remember how I set each one - it aplies the saem level of zoom to all sequences.

So who would like to see each sequence remember its own zoom level?

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