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Moving from Vegas. Questions and Remarks!

Community Beginner ,
Jun 10, 2021 Jun 10, 2021

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I have been using Vegas for 5 years now and I feel that moving to Premiere feels.. weird. So I need some help until I can adjust. 

 

Question 1.
How Do you Ripple delete only one track and do not affect the others? Vegas had this option

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Question 2.

Why the enviroment is so dark? Why there is no option to select a white or light gray option? Even with brightness on the lightest option it doesnt look good. This is also a problem as I have astigmatism and need light colors.

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Question 3.

What do these blue selections do?

 

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Question 4.

Why clicking on the FX button in the track does nothing? On Vegas you got a popup and you could edit the effects of the track.

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Question 5. 

It would be so cool to have the fade out offset when hovering the cursor at the end of the track

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 10, 2021 Jun 10, 2021
A1: You can only ripple delete one track if you manually lock the other tracks. A2: I don´t know, the user interface designers has for some unknown reason left that option out. A4: Right click on the FX icon to edit the parameters, or go to the Effect Controls panel. A5: Agree. I prefer to use Ctrl+D to add the default transition. For features you either want or want to be changed, go to Adobe video & audio apps (uservoice.com) and search for similar requests or file a new one. Adobe do monito...

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A1: You can only ripple delete one track if you manually lock the other tracks.

A2: I don´t know, the user interface designers has for some unknown reason left that option out.

A4: Right click on the FX icon to edit the parameters, or go to the Effect Controls panel.

A5: Agree. I prefer to use Ctrl+D to add the default transition.

 

For features you either want or want to be changed, go to Adobe video & audio apps (uservoice.com) and search for similar requests or file a new one. Adobe do monitor and the more votes a request get´s, the more likely that it will be implemented/fixed.

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