v14.8 Label colours not refreshing in timeline.

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I have PRODUCTION set up with multiple projects. When I change the label colour of an asset in the project window, it does not automatically refresh in the timeline. Is there a setting I am missing?

 

I was looking for the 'Display the project item...' check box but the Project Settings panel is greyed out and I can only access Production Settings which does not have that tick box.

 

Any help greatly appreciated.

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Thanks for the tip, my first time posting here.

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Thanks Ann, I see that it is a design decision. At least now I know.

 

Might be good to have a timeline option for "Use local timeline clip colours" which can override the clip colour set in the bin.

Best of both worlds.

 

 

 

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Because Productions was built for collaborative working ... with perhaps many editors each with their own preferred color schema ... they intentionally left out the ability to enforce the same color scheme throughout the Production.

 

I understand the reasoning. This entire operating process called "Productions" came from their Hollywood group and was used on several full feature movies before becoming part of general Premiere Pro. And in the experience of the companies doing the feature, having this option meant everyone was constantly complaining that someone was messing with their editing setup.

 

I'm a one-person shop, who's found that Productions is a far better workflow for my operation. All my various projects, settings, preferences, b-roll, audio creations, everything once "made" is available for any other project. And it's awesome.

 

I understand why they left out the switch. But it would be nice if the users had the option to turn that switch on.

 

Neil

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