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I'd like to know if there is any existing attributes or a methods in the Premiere Pro CEP API which could indicate if an active sequence has playback activated / running.
Ideally having an event getting triggered everytime a user is starting/stopping the playback of a sequence would be amazing.
for example i'm trying to sync a CEP audio timeline with the premiere main timeline.
There's no messaging around playback state.
You can get the player position, within a sequence: https://github.com/Adobe-CEP/Samples/blob/63f176a4903b9be9e6aa73133ae689a3904f78c8/PProPanel/jsx/PPR...
thx @Bruce Bullis for the fast answer.
It's a pity that such a flag or event doesn't exist in the API. it would be a game changer to have it. is there a place for CEP feature request?
I also though to watch the player position but it won't work because a simple user interaction with the timeline could trigger the watcher.
What functionality would such messaging enable? [Which game would it change?]
In my case, I need to sync a tone.js audio sequencer with a premiere sequence.
having an event telling that premiere transport has started/stopped will allow CEP users to easily sync premiere transport with any creative librairies using timeline or transport concept.
stuff like three.js(3d animation) tone.js(audio) or any others animation library.