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Weird transition update & more strange things

Explorer ,
Jun 07, 2024 Jun 07, 2024

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As an editor, I'd like to request a stop to certain changes.

The latest look of transition icons on the timeline are horrendous. It looks like that particular clip has been selected and it's harder to see where the transition actually starts and ends.

 

Starting a new project is bizzarely confusing as well. It's as if you need to save everything twice. Rather than setting 'new project' and naming it, there's more hoops to jump through. 

Opening a project whilst in a project used to essentially close Premiere and open that new project up. Now it opens it AS WELL. What if you make changes to that, does it save in the original project, or only in the project you've opened as well as the other one? Now a small, simple project seems to have imported everything from another project that I opened at the same time, now everything's combined and all over the place.

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Community Beginner ,
Jun 07, 2024 Jun 07, 2024

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I too would also request that we can have at least the ability to toggle what fades/transitions look like on clips. I prefer the old look.

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Explorer ,
Jun 09, 2024 Jun 09, 2024

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If you anticipate pulling media from one project to another, using Productions will help you. The Productions workflow is designed for sharing projects and when media is used from other projects, copies are not made. Productions has the added benefit of avoiding the convoluted New Project process you don't like. (I don't like it either!)

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Community Expert ,
Jun 09, 2024 Jun 09, 2024

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Yes, for awhile now you can open multiple projects. And they save individually. As DE as said, it's the core of using productions. And here is the Adobe page (with downloadable PDF) on using productions.

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

 

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LEGEND ,
Jun 09, 2024 Jun 09, 2024

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The change to opening additional projects without closing already opened ones was back around 21, I think ... if not 20. So it's been this way for several years now.

 

If you want to be able to access stuff across projects, Productions is awesome. I'm a mostly one-person operation, all my stuff, in-house, clients, personal, and collaborative are in one big Production. I can grab any b-roll, templates, audio sound library, anything, for use in another project.

 

Did I mention it's awesome?

 

And starting a new project is easily done simply as Name, Location, Create. Done. Just as before.

 

The Import page though is actually maybe the best way to ingest spanned media, even better than the MediaBrowser panel. And you also have options there for copy/move, and doing checksums on the results.

 

So for adding media to a project, it's actually got some chops.

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