Started using Live Text Templates which in theory seem really great but they are SOOOOO slow to update.
So I create a simple 5 sec title with two text elements which simply fade in at the start and fade out at the end. The back ground is plain colored shape.
If the sequence contains other content then after changing text in the master clip the whole timeline will just show a black frame in the program panel for about 30-60 seconds then I can view this other content but have to wait a further 30-60 seconds before I see the updated title text.
Its very slow and far from live. Anyone know if there is something I can change somewhere to speed this up? What is happening behind the scenes to allow Premiere to effectively render out this titles? If I actually render the title in the timeline it only take a few seconds so no reason it should take so long for Premiere to do it in the background.
Good question that I ask myself also, but not just updating Titles. Same time lag for updating a Photoshop image that sits inside Premiere, or updating an After Effects composition inside Premiere.
Sometimes I think I can 'trick it' into speeding up by 'saving' the Premiere project, but then most times I think I am tricking myself.
I actually thinks these slow downs are bugs because I can "speed it up" by duplicating a live text template in the time line and then the original one will suddenly update immediately. So something is getting "stuck" and needs a nudge to move it forward.
I'll log it formally as a bug with Adobe too.