I edit a lot of sermons. I currently have to to type out every verse in each sermon I do. I simply can't find one way or one forum on how to copy a text from an outside source such as a website for example and simply paste it into the clip when in text editing mode within Premiere...
I would say that I am intermediate/professional and it is hurting my pride to ask a question like this...
Sorry about your issue. I understand you are unable to paste the text in Adobe Premiere Pro copied from an external source. I tried to recreate the issue at my end. I used the same workflow for editing text in Type Tool, creating Caption, creating Legacy Title. It is working fine at my end.
Please try resetting the preferences for Adobe Premiere Pro and then check the issue on a new project. FAQ: How to reset (trash) preferences in Premiere Pro?
Let us know if it helps.
I just got the same issue with the new Premiere.
It doesn't allow ctrl-Z, ctrl-X, ctrl-C, ctrl-V. At the same time, it works fine through the Edit Menue.
I noticed that if I launch Premiere with a workspace for one monitor it works fine. On two monitors it simply doesn't work.
I'm having the same issue right now. for single screen operation it's fine. for 2 to 3, it does not work.
Hi StrizzyStreet - I'm having the exact same problem trying to paste in different scripture each week for the video sermon. How did you fix it?
If you're on a mac you can copy and paste your text into textedit which comes with the mac operating system and select the text and go the the format menu and "make plain text". and then copy and paste into the title tool. I do this all the time. I'm sure there's a comparable workflow in windows. what textediting program are you using?
As far as transfering text from an outside source, such as Microsoft Word, into Premiere Pro, this worked for me:
1) re-save the Word document as a .txt file.
2) open that new .txt file and simply copy-and-paste the content into Premiere's text box.
Hope that helps.