BUG: premiere 2020 not saving audio Dynamics preset settings

Explorer ,
Nov 24, 2020

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Windows Premiere 2020 will not save my audio Dynamics preset settings.

I apply the effect and save the preset.

(In my case: Limiter -1db; MakeUp +15db)

Everything seems to work fine, until closing and reopening the programme.

I select my saved preset and apply to a clip.

However, this time there are two problems:

1) for some reason the effect applied is the old (obsolete) Dynamics effect, not the new one I originally applied. That in itself wouldn't actually be a problem were it not for...

2) the effect is reset to the default values. Aaargh!!

 

Very annoying because this is one of the effects I use most in Premiere. In fact, I'm going back to premiere 2019 until this is fixed.

 

 

 

 

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Explorer , Nov 30, 2020
dominics65875959 Explorer , Nov 30, 2020
Thanks Neil.In the meantime, I did actually find a workaround.Bizarrely, if I select all the audio, then click 'edit in Adobe Audition', the effect seems to 'bake into' Premiere and the export works. 

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New Here ,
Nov 26, 2020

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I get exactly the same problem. It's wasting my time having to enter every setting (also for audio/Dynamics) everytime. I have hundreds of videos to edit. I'll try Premiere Pro 2019 too. This is driving me crazy! 😞

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Explorer ,
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Another problem...

 

After manually setting all my clips to the new Dynamics effect (the only way the project would remember the tweaked settings) I now find that when exporting all these effects are ignored!

 

Thanks Adobe!

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Nov 30, 2020

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I'm not getting this behavior on my Win10 machine with the latest public or the public beta versions. I wonder why yours is doing this?

 

Perhaps the good ol' "trash preferences" step would help. It often fixes odd behaviors.

 

Neil

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Thanks Neil.

In the meantime, I did actually find a workaround.

Bizarrely, if I select all the audio, then click 'edit in Adobe Audition', the effect seems to 'bake into' Premiere and the export works.

 

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