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Add a note pad window and clipboard manager

Community Beginner ,
Jan 12, 2024 Jan 12, 2024

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I would like if Premiere Pro had a dedicated note pad window. I always have to copy paste texts to rename my sequences. Or when someone send me an email with ideas or corrections, I would be happy to stay inside Premiere Pro to read these messages with the ease of a little shortcut just to switch to this panel. And for renaming, I have for example a client that needs me to specify in the name of the export the resolution, 4k or 1080 etc. We could have a clipboard manager where you just click in a list of saved texts that you can paste easily everytime you need it.

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Explorer ,
Jan 12, 2024 Jan 12, 2024

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I have often thought a notepad tab would be helpful for temporarily holding timecodes. An editor also could type in a note to remember a task/edit/revision that it in your head at the moment and needs to be done later. Sure, you could use a marker but if the note pertains to more than one timeline or clip, that is less helpful. A reminder like, "don't forget to change the date on the 14 slates before exporting all the sequences in ME."

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LEGEND ,
Jan 12, 2024 Jan 12, 2024

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A long requested feature! Happy to upvote it myself.

 

There are two  ways of doing that at this time ... first, you can use say Notepad in windows, make and save a 'note'. Then drag that into the Project panel from Explorer.

 

And you can double-click on it to open and add or change things. @Jarle Leirpoll pointed that out years ago.

 

Or ... check with aescripts.com and knightsoftheeditingtable.com ... as both sites have relatively low cost plugins/panels for Premiere that can do this.

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Enthusiast ,
Jan 12, 2024 Jan 12, 2024

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If you are on windows 11 you can hit Start + V to bring up a pasteboard. You can pin items within. I keep my preroll timecode in there but you could keep other relevant text strings as well.

 

You have to hit clear all I to see your pinned items I wish they stayed on top but they go to the bottom confusingly.

 

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