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REMOVE DEFAULT PRESET EFFECT BINS

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Is there a way to delete these un wanted default effects. I would skip all the new fancy stuff Adobe puts in their updates just to get some functional things to make a editors life easier.

Hi jbellomo,

Feel free to post this idea on our user voice platform here: Premiere Pro: Hot (1772 ideas) – Adobe video & audio apps

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Rameez

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REMOVE DEFAULT PRESET EFFECT BINS

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Is there a way to delete these un wanted default effects. I would skip all the new fancy stuff Adobe puts in their updates just to get some functional things to make a editors life easier.

Hi jbellomo,

Feel free to post this idea on our user voice platform here: Premiere Pro: Hot (1772 ideas) – Adobe video & audio apps

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No clue what "default effects" you're talking about ... would love a bit more detail on your idea.

Neil

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The presets bin in the effects panel. Being able to delete unused default effects just makes our desktops cleaner. Also in the export settings it would be nice just to have a favorite star so we  don't have to search through all the different formats when exporting because we really most of us just use 2 or 3.

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Ahhh, yes, I understand your point now.

Allowing customization of the bins in the Effects panel ... yea, I'd love that also.

Neil

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Hi jbellomo,

Feel free to post this idea on our user voice platform here: Premiere Pro: Hot (1772 ideas) – Adobe video & audio apps

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I did

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I posted this back in 2018 I see nothing has changed. We just keep getting more presets that we dont need

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You seem to be conflating your interests with everyone. Which in an app like this, is easy but very wrong ... I've never seen two editors that worked alike. Or used the same set of effects. So what you think should be there will be a different list than every other editor out there. As would mine or anyone else's list.

 

The developers make that list based on the overall user base. It's not designed for any one user nor even any one workflow.

 

I've seen a couple places note that the preset lists are something like an HTML text item, and if you know how to open them and read them, you can go through and delete a ton of stuff. So you can search for that 'out there' if you wish.

 

Neil

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But if you look earlier in the commentyou actualy agreed with me.

 

Ahhh, yes, I understand your point now.

Allowing customization of the bins in the Effects panel ... yea, I'd love that also.

Neil

 

Your comment is proving my point, we all work different and we should be allowed to delete these presets. Now I've searched over and over and fond nothing about HTML text items, as a matter of fact that's what I did before I wrote this because this request came up in my search and reminded me of it. If you do now of some site that shows this I would appreciate it.

 

Thanks

 

 

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Have you found a solution? As an editor myself I find these bins to be extremely annoying as I have my own presets and needing to scroll through Blurs, Convolution Kernel and 50 other folders I don't want is so time-consuming. Not sure why or what the motive is behind forcing editors to have cluttered spaces. I love organization and this is just annoying. 

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Making your own custom bins isn't cutting it? I don't know about you but I'd feel weird deleting things just because I don't use them that much. What if you do need them someday? I have a custom bin of the things that I use the most and I keep that open, or I search directly for what I'm looking for. I've never felt the urge to delete everything else, but that's just me.

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I also have a custom bin , but when I open it up I dont want to have to scroll. through effects i will never use. I been using premiere or 10 years now and I have never used Solarize or convulution kernal efect. These just get in the way I stuf I do need ,  I would like to create more of my bins but that just makes more clutter. I want to see less of things I dont use and if you use them great keep them. They should give us a choice.

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If you want to remove the mostly useless top Presets folder in the Effects panel, you can go to the program/package files, Premiere/version-number folder ... Plugins/(your language, mine is en-US)/Effects Presets, and move the Factory Presets.prfpset file into "storage" elsewhere.

 

It's been mentioned in a billion places on the 'net, is in Jarle Leirpoll's marvelous and massive tome on everything Premiere called "The Cool Stuff in Premiere Pro " so it's really a widely disseminated mod. And it's been mentioned here on this forum from time to time.

 

Of course, you can simply move the file back if you wish. And every update to Premiere will naturally put it there again, so if you like moving it out, it's a first-thing you do when updating Premiere, go move it out.

 

Neil

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Like I said before it's not all over the internet, I have looked. I did find that book your talking about and I did find  a google book preview but the page that tells you where that file is is not there. As you can see I asked this question back in 2018 and never got an answer and I was putting it out there that it wasnt answered.

I thought these forums were supposed to help users,  not be talked down to. Thank you for the information.

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No intention to 'talk down', sorry if it came across that way. Just stating stuff.

 

I've seen the removal mentioned in many other forums and on YouTube videos. Often included in suggestions to steamline or customize Premiere. It's been posted here a number of times over the years in various threads also.

 

I do highly recommend Jarle's book ... it is over 1200 pages of information on how to speed work in about any area of Premiere, and includes both some 'minor' customization things like this and some that go a bit farther into the woods. He's an incredibly practical editor/color/fx/graphics/delivery pro, and this is by far the most complete and detailed look at getting work into and out of Premiere made.

 

Long, detailed table of contents at the front makes it easy to find things ... and extensive index at the back also.

 

Neil

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Thank you that worked. I will get his book

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I originally just got the ebook, and had it on my tablet always by my side. Then at last fall's Adobe MAX event, I saw a printed version (paperback) in the event bookstore. I didn't even look for a price, just grabbed and headed to the checkout.

 

It's like 7 pounds or so ... and I lug it forth/back between the studio and home every day. I find I'm in it most days for at least one little bit, as I keep trying to up my abilities and speed of operation.

 

Neil

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No never got an answer. I have looked over and over

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