What version of Premiere are you using?
If CS6*... not possible, and no new features are planned.
If CC7**, I'm not sure this has been implemented,
but it is a popular request.
You can file a feature request here:
The workaround I use in CS6 is to save an empty Sequence with
those Mixer Effects already in place, and duplicate it for future uses.
Or... pencil + paper / screenshot to record the settings.
* "Premiere Pro CS6 (6.0.5)"
** "Premiere Pro CC (7.0.1)"
Ah Thanks! I did not think of that sequence workaround! I am trying to copy the dll file to a different audio editing program, so i can manually copy the settings, then save the preset there....not sure if it will work, but I'll let you know!
I'm on CC...and it's not possible either
Filed! Thanks Joe Bloe
Agreed. This has got to be one of the most glaring failures ever from Adobe. And no, it's not been implemented in CC. I figured out the sequence template work around on CS5, but am infuriated I still have to. I should be able to save a preset, ESPECIALLY considering the new multiband comes WITH presets!
C'mon, Adobe! Get your act together.
Hey Tim. You are able to save presets in audition. I don't know why they haven't implemented this into Premiere yet. I just edit the audio clip in audition, and apply my custom presets to the audio file there, which will update the audio file in premiere when using dynamic link.
No Update in CC2017.
I do audio mix premiere (Audition is still a little of an oddball for us coming from Pro Tool and Logic, Still no Folders or Bins?! But it's under development).
Setting up an Empty template sequence is a great start. But often our freelancers soon forget and then I have to WRITE DOWN each plug in and setting, then re-apply Sub mixes and plug ins to the new session.
Being able to save track presets would save just under 6 hours on the current films.
This... this is.. crazy.. I just.. don't understand why it's this way..
But then again, after all this time, there's still like 5 different text input mechanisms across apps, and heaven forbid Adobe be forward looking and create some kind of photoshop/illustrator hybrid that covers what 90% of users use those apps for rather than more and more feature bloat...