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Descriptive text missing from video transitions when track is collapsed

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Jun 24, 2024 Jun 24, 2024

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In Premiere 24.5 with the new UI and color scheme, among some of the major changes and issues that come with them, here is one worth looking into.

 

The name of transitions on video tracks that are collapsed to the smallest size does not appear any longer. Picture below. You can see a track that is standard sized can visibly be read as the Motion Tween effect, but the Cross Dissolve effect cannot be read on the track above it which has been reduced in track size.

 

Video file names still appear, however transitions do not. Comparable reference image from before the UI change is here as well.

 

While you can see it wasn't exactly fitting nicely in the old UI, you could still read it. In professional workflows, especially in online workflows, we need to be able to read everything on the timeline. Often times we are dealing with complex timelines, and track size is one helpful indicator of what belongs on that track just at a glance. The solution of simply enlarging the track requires extra unnecessary steps. Full timeline for reference included.

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Jun 24, 2024 Jun 24, 2024

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I believe there is some discussion on the timeline changes in the Beta forum: Premiere Beta

You might check those out / get in on the conversation.

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