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Huge project size and bugs when cutting a video

Community Beginner ,
Apr 12, 2024 Apr 12, 2024

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I created a new project because I thought I might have been a problem by using it so many times this week, but the new project with only the important sequences imported (3 sequences, 1 for each video, a subtitle template, and 1 logo image) already has 2.2 MB.

 

And we all know that unlike resolve, premiere pro when the project file size is near 1mb, starts to bug.

But today, it's more annoying than on other days.


I cut the silence of an interview with the shortcut q, and my timeline arrow jumps 13s ahead. So I'm having to come back and forth, slowing my work down a freaking lot, for a 40s reel!!!


I don't believe someone actually uses Premiere Pro to edit a feature film. How? What's the magic I don't understand? Every new update is a bug and gets heavier, and the old bugs, like the 2 I just talked about, don't get fixed!!!


I don't believe someone actually uses Premiere Pro to edit a feature film. How? What's the magic I don't understand? Every new update is a bug and gets heavier, and the old bugs, like the 2 I just talked about, don't get fixed!!!


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Adobe Employee , Apr 15, 2024 Apr 15, 2024

>And we all know that unlike RESOLVE, PREMIERE PRO when the project file size is near 1MB, starts to bug.

This is not at all the case.

 

While the 'laws of physics' still apply (larger projects take lots of resources), 1mb is not a challenging size for a .prproj. 

When project sizes do get unwieldy, moving to a PPro Production allows for working with references across projects. 

What actual problems do you think you are experiencing, based in having a 1mb .prproj?

>I cut the silence of a interview w

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Apr 15, 2024 Apr 15, 2024

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>And we all know that unlike RESOLVE, PREMIERE PRO when the project file size is near 1MB, starts to bug.

This is not at all the case.

 

While the 'laws of physics' still apply (larger projects take lots of resources), 1mb is not a challenging size for a .prproj. 

When project sizes do get unwieldy, moving to a PPro Production allows for working with references across projects. 

What actual problems do you think you are experiencing, based in having a 1mb .prproj?

>I cut the silence of a interview with the shortcut Q, and my timeline arrow jumps 13s ahead.

'Q' deletes track items before the CTI; doing so may move the CTI. You may wish to try 'W' instead.

>I don't believe someone TRULLY uses Premiere Pro to edit a feature film, HOW?


Frequently, and powerfully. 🙂 

We're happy to help further with any specific issues you encounter.

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Apr 30, 2024 Apr 30, 2024

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>I cut the silence of a interview with the shortcut Q, and my timeline arrow jumps 13s ahead.

'Q' deletes track items before the CTI; doing so may move the CTI. You may wish to try 'W' instead.

 

- I know how it works, and you didnt understand what i was saying.
Thanks for trying tho, but it didnt changed my mind, PPro is getting worse. Period.

And for the price I'm paying its not worth at all, I'm out.

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