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.