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Why don't we have a dedicated motion blur option in Premiere Pro like we have in After Effects?

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 07, 2023 Jan 07, 2023

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To have motion blur in Premiere Pro, it's always about workaround solutions, which sometimes end up making things choppy. Changing the Shutter Angle under the Transform effect sometimes messes up the clip position, or sometimes it bugs up the entire animation in a myriad of different ways. Nesting the clips just adds another unnecessary step nobody asked for. And going to After Effects just for this just adds more complications and delays.
For years, many users are suffering because of the lack of motion blur. When we add movement in the clip, we just need that good old movement blur like that of After Effects. A dedicated one-click solution. Nothing less. I cannot, for the life of me, understand how come we don't have such a basic thing.

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Community Expert ,
Jan 13, 2023 Jan 13, 2023

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This is definitely a needed feature. Upvoted.

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Community Expert ,
Jan 14, 2023 Jan 14, 2023

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Please submit a Bug report / Feature request at the Adobe User Voice: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/

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Community Expert ,
Jan 14, 2023 Jan 14, 2023

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Hey Christian, the user voice is now obsolete and it's moved into "Ideas" section of the forum. So, this post is in the correct place.

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Jan 14, 2023 Jan 14, 2023

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If you ever go into the advanced tab in After Effects there is a lot going on with a motion blur. Shutter angle, deciding how many samples per blur and more. It's probably a little deeper than people think and that is why it's an After Effects feature.

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