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Default Export Range Premiere

Community Beginner ,
Nov 16, 2023 Nov 16, 2023

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The incorporation of the new export Window in Premiere is horrible at best but at least it's manageable, however when I set an in and out point in my sequence and move to export, it's ridiculous that it doesn't default the export range to 'source in to out' like it did on previous versions of Premiere. Instead it defaults to 'entire sequence'. If I want to export the entire sequence, I just won't set an in and out point...as is the logical thing to do.

This needs to be changed as it's seriously slowing down workflows and introducing mistakes where there should be no conceivable way of making them. Please stop making the product worse and less intuitive for the sake of looking more modern.
Adobe Premiere 2023, Windows 10

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Adobe Employee ,
Nov 16, 2023 Nov 16, 2023

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@Jeremy32358084o02l The default for range setting in the export settings is indeed "source in/out".  But it will remember whatever the last setting was.  It does this on a per-sequence basis.  If at some point you changed it to "Entire Source" that's what it'll be set to the next time to try to export that sequence even if you have in/out points set.  It's good practice to check that setting before you hit export.  

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Nov 17, 2023 Nov 17, 2023

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@Francis-Crossman That doesn't seem to be the case though, in the instance I've mentioned, it was a brand new sequence and therefore had no prior export settings - even so, I would expect Premiere to default to source in/out if there are in and out points set on the timeline. This is how it used to work in previous versions of Premiere and this 'improvement' is much much worse.

 

Of course it's good practice to check before exporting, but the design of the export window makes the dropdown almost hidden and you shouldn't have to check to make sure the program is working correctly - or for that matter intuitively before exporting. If this change isn't a bug then Adobe is fundamentally killing productivity and my ability to export multiple sequences quickly. 

As a secondary point it's also incredibly painful that I now can't hit 'enter' to send to Media Encoder - even when that button is highlighted and all the logic of having ever used a computer points to that being the outcome when doing so. Please please please allow people to go back to doing things quickly and without having to manually click every time they undertake any operation, it's a real disincentive to using Adobe Premiere Pro right now and I just can't understand why such a poor choice has been made.

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