CC2017 - Win 10
How does one save a Preset eg Multi Band Compressor...from the Audio Track Mixer?
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FFS....What is this all about?
has there been any update to this?
I am so tired of reseting this in each sequence.
Honestly mind boggling that this hasn't been implemented yet.
I too am wondering. I work almost excluseively in the track mixer and setup different tracks with specific FX-- all VO's are recorded the same way so I have a VO track. Same with music, dialogue and sound FX, just drop the clips on the right track and all the applicable plugins do their work. I only ever drop fx on clips when I need to do slight tweaks to clips that vary a little bit. This is the most efficient method I've discoverd for working with audio in Premiere. So why does Premiere make this process harder than it should be? I can save track FX presets in Audition. Maybe Adobe wants to give Audition more caché in its usefulness as a companion app for Premiere, so you're more inclined to pay for the suite than just Premiere?
Same issue here. This is startling, and startlingly simple to fix, I should think, on the technical end. Adobe, I don't want another blingy feature than 0.1% of people will ever use, I want productivy tools; tools that have been in "lesser" editors like Vegas for years. Listen, please, Adobe.
+1 for this. Always seemed like a no brainer. Like others, we shoot in the studio under the same sound conditions and its easiest to just have the track with a few effects ready to go. Obviously we have a project with that track FX set how we like it, but its another work around instead of how it should be done.
i need this feature because ADOBE WONT TRANSCRIBE WITH AUDIO FX. and i only use channel fx. i really have to delete the FX from my sesssion, transcribe, then redo the entire channel? seems insane!!
Hi! I found a solution for this.
1. Go to the Audio Track Mixer, then right click on the track you have the effects, then "copy track effect"
2. Then "paste track effects" on your new audio track.
It's not a preset but at least you can copy and paste your effects from one track to another one and no need to start for beginning.
Hope it's useful fot you.