PP CS6: what are these icons in PP video transitions

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PP CS6.  Like in crossdissolves, 3 icons to the right are for what?

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Adobe Community Professional , Sep 02, 2021 Sep 02, 2021
Those icons indicate if an effect (or in this case, Transition) is Accelerated, 32-bit, and YUV in Premiere Pro. There's some great information about types of effects in the Adobe Premiere Pro User Guilde > Effects and Transtiions > Types of effects in Premiere Pro.  I've pasted a link below for quick access. Types of effects in Premiere Pro https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/effects.html -Warren

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Those icons indicate if an effect (or in this case, Transition) is Accelerated, 32-bit, and YUV in Premiere Pro.

 

There's some great information about types of effects in the Adobe Premiere Pro User Guilde > Effects and Transtiions > Types of effects in Premiere Pro.  I've pasted a link below for quick access.

 

Types of effects in Premiere Pro

https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/effects.html

 

 

 

-Warren

 

 

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That was useful, especially about custom bins, so I don't have to keep scrolling, when I use only a few types.  So is better to use YuV in transitions than 32?

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