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How do I save my production state?

Community Beginner ,
Jun 06, 2024 Jun 06, 2024

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Hi, I save my projects and what not in a production when I quit, but I'm finding that when I re-open the production, it does not re-open it with all the project files open exactly as I had them before.

 

Is there some way for Premiere Pro to save the production so when I re-open it, all the projects I had open before will re-open automatically from when I was last working?

 

Thanks

 

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Community Expert ,
Jun 07, 2024 Jun 07, 2024

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Not that I'm aware of - there is a setting in Preferences > Timeline to restore open sequences when opening a project, but nothing like this for projects in a Production.

 

I recommend making a feature request, it's a good idea!

 

Cheers,

Paul 

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Community Beginner ,
Jun 07, 2024 Jun 07, 2024

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Wow, is this really true? There's no way to save the screen exactly how i was working so I can just resume where I was the next day? I guess I will make another feature request.

 

I'm a long time editor on Media Composer, just switched over to Premiere Pro and I'm constantly finding pretty ridiculous oversights of very obvious features. It's not like this software was written yesterday -- how do they not have this figured out yet? (sorry, rhetorical frustration question!)

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I completely understand your frustration Adam. As a long-time Premiere Pro editor, I've had similar experiences with Avid, and I think it just comes down to different software evolving differently over time. Keep in mind that Productions functionality in Premiere Pro has only been around for four years. Adobe has made a lot of efforts to include features that cater to Avid users over the years, so I recommend making a feature request (and I'll upvote it too!).

Hang in there!

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