it is unbelievable for me, but Pr does not show the Subclip descriptions made in Prelude. All other stuff works fine: Comment markers, names of Subclips, export, directly send to Pr. But no subclip descriptions. This is really annoying when a producer takes lot of time for these comments, and the Editor cannot see them. Even when exporting FCP XML it doesn't work. In FCP7 the descriptions are visible in a seperate marker. This makes sense when looking at the XML code. But Pr does not interpret the XML in the right way.
I've read from this issue some weeks ago in the Prelude Forum, but the only answer was: Premiere does not read this information. Wow!
Feature request / bug report is done. I can't believe this is a missing feature. I think this is a bug. When i'm able to write those descriptions in Prelude, then, of course, I want to see them in Premiere.
Anyone else registered this issue?
but the subclip descriptions don't appear in Premiere anyway. Not in the project panel (all possible metadata visible), not in the metadata panel, and not in the source viewer (as a marker).
Yes, I made a feature quest AND a bug report. For me it feels more like a bug than a missing feature.
But I think I know about the main problem. In Prelude, subclips are markers like any other markers, for example comment markers. In PPro, subclips are not markers, they are just clips. Nevertheless I guess that it wouldn't be too complicated to implement a translation between subclip markers from prelude and subclips in premiere pro. There could be an additional meta data field in the project panel, only for subclip descriptions.
I still hope adobe will fix this, perhaps in CC release. Or in a CC update.
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