I can't add attachments to the bug report form, so here's a copy of the bug report I've created in the Adobe bug report form:
After I have added the Time Reframing effect to a clip, I was not able to set new position and scaling to the decelerated clip.
Here is a link to the Premiere Pro CS6 project in order to reproduce the issue.
And here's a screenshot demonstrating the problem:
Operating system: Windows 8, 64 Bit
I'd believe this is a bug, because of following two arguments:
I believe that, because the Time Remapping effect does not behave like any other effect, this effect must be a lost and forgotten artefact of some ancient time when Premiere Pro was version 1 or 2.
I believe the Time Remapping effect needs a redo so it will fit in again and doesn't confuse users or require special attention.
Please file bug reports or feature requests here.
thanks for your hint. I had been trying to set the numerical value in the Effect Controls window, which is not possible. - I know, this behaviour is mentioned in the help file. But there's no reason for not having it editable.
If it was editable, the Speed context menu for clip instances was redundant. It's currently rather confusing and inexplicable indeed, that there are two distinct options servicing the same purpose: They are both changing playback speed.
I don't understand the statement your first part. You are giving the Time Remapping effect as the sole example to create a general guideline. Is there any second effect in Premiere Pro to strengthen your statement?
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