1. Use Project Manager to collect your files into a new directory.
2. Having all of your files on one drive is not normally a very effective way to edit. It is better to keep things on different drives on your PC.
3. Agreed. Put in a feature request for sorting in Icon view. https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/index.cfm?name=wishform
4. Create a new sequence using the frame rate you want to use and copy/paste your footage into the new sequence.
5. There are shortcut keys to change between panels. Shift-1, Shift 2, Shift-3 etc.
6. Sorry, but I don't understand this one. The audio tracks are automatic in CS6. Drop the audio and you get a track that matches.
7. I don't use Multicam much, but since I have a fast RAID I don't have playback problems requiring proxies. Hopefully someone else can address this for you.
Since this is a user to user forum (with "some" reading/posting by Adobe staff) you would be better off going to the official request page
https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/index.cfm?name=wishform - Even the staff who do post here will tell people to submit an official request
Thx for this input and information!
I'll try it.
1&2. Most of the time, the files get moved from one server to another where I have no influence on it. That's why import is so important to me, and still have to work on avid media composer.
4. I knew that it'll work like this this , but I still hope it's going to be easier in future, so I can avoid an extra sequenz
5. Thx a lot, because I couldn't find out, and this will speed up my work speed
6. Never mind, I just had once the problem I made a stereo track (because it was recorded in stereo). Then came the time to mix and master it and figured out (this should be mono) I tried to change it to mono but I couldn't.
7. I'm using multicam most of the time on a mobile computer and I have footage of 4 cameras in 1080p or 720p50/60. Then I can't edit it in multicam because it's too much for my computer and I have to resize it what takes ages. I know you could say I should purchase a better computer, but I have no problems to edit 2 video tracks in 1080p
Thank you again, and sry that I posted my wishes in this forum. was looking for suggestion box but couldn'd find it. Now I know it's called wishform.
Again THX alot.!!!
Thx for this information, I'll forward my wishes to the wishform.
And sorry for this circumstances.
Have a nice day!!!
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You can create proxy files in Adobe Media Encoder and then relink to the original files when you are done. I understand you want Premiere Pro to manage the proxy workflow as it is in After Effects. For that, we'd need a feature request on the wishform. I agree it might be cool since I do the same thing in After Effects all the time.