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I can't toggle on or off the Time Remapping function in the effects panel. I can still manipulate things through the timeline functions, but I much prefer using the Effect Control panel for efficiency and accuracy, its also handy to choose the type of speed ramping effects like bezier through that interface.
I've tried rolling back to older versions of PP, all the way back to 2019, AND I've held down the Option key while booting up PP to reset my preferences, and neither of these methods have resolved my problem. This appears to be a glitch from Adobe. Has anyone found a way to solve it?
(Also, it appears that the Panner function is victim to the same issue, but I just don't use that tool).
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I'm not sure if it's ever been possible to toggle the Time-remapping on and off. Adjusting this obviously affects what frames are displayed in the sequence - Toggling it off would be the same as removing the speed effect and this could have ramifications on the placement/length of clips on the sequence. The FX icon is grey but remapping will still work by adding and adjusting keyframes.
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Toggling time remapping on or off has never been possible. Nor for the panner.
Its by design.
Below a screenshot of CS6.
The OP can correct me if I'm wrong but the issue is not the ability to toggle on or off, but rather the ability to continue use the effect controls area percentage in time remapping.
It was working last week for me, but now the percentage is greyed out and I cannot interract with it. It seems the option was just toggled off at some point and I don't know why. Like the OP, I want to be able to select the percentage and enter the value just as I was able to last week.
Using the timeline is sometimes suitable. In other scenarios it leads to additional and otherwise unnessary steps:
1) Showing time remapping key frames
2) Expanding the track (consuming more space in the timeline)
3) Dragging the line to a precise location takes longer than entereing a specific percentage
Not to mention, of course, the time I'll spend reverting settings back to their state prior to erasing them while troubleshooting why this functionality suddenly stopped.
I've spent hours browsing for a solution and see plenty of work-arounds and alternate methods. But I can't find anything which explains why this functionality suddenly stopped, and how I can get it back. I would be so grateful if someone could help me accomplish this.
Windows 10/PP Ver 15.2
Percentage has always been grayed out.
If you want to use the Effect Controls, twirl down the effect and use the graph.
I have the same issue, would love to be able to add numerical values at specific keyframes/points in timeline.
I am new to Premiere, and I just figured out that it is VERY important to expand you clip height or video track with the vertical scrool/zoom bar (please correct me if there is a actual name for it).
Well my faith in Adobe actually listening to request from users is somewhat restored now that we FINALLY have math functionality in numerical input fields in Photoshop. Please make it a universal feature for all Adobe software (I’m looking at you Premiere... ). Don’t get me started on Illustrator ... 😄
Are you talking about seeing the speed timeline in the effect controls? if so, try clicking the dotted left facing arrow to toggle the timeline view.