This feature is especially useful for editors working in broadcast to meet

This feature is especially useful for editors working

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This feature is especially useful for editors working in broadcast to meet specific delivery requirements. To learn more, watch this video tutorial . Caption burn-in Premiere Pro lets you burn in permanent captions into your video for both closed captions and open caption file formats. When you import open caption files, Premiere Pro automatically converts the open captions to closed captions. You can then edit and burn the captions into the export using Premiere Pro or Adobe Media Encoder. To learn more, see Working with captions . Editing experience refinements Clip markers displayed on minimized Timeline tracks Earlier, clip markers were not displayed when tracks were collapsed to their minimum height. Now, you can always display clip markers. To turn them off, click in the Timeline panel, and deselect Show Clip Markers. Improved four-point editing When the In and Out points on the source are shorter than the In and Out points on the sequence, the Ignore Source In Point and Ignore Source Out Point options are no longer disabled. Earlier, these options were disabled even if the source has available frames to move the In and Out points and accommodate the edit. Note: Select Always Use this Choice to ensure that the Fit Clip dialog does not appear every time there is a mismatch. However, if there isn't enough media beyond the In or Out pints in the source to make the edit, an Insufficient Content for Edit warning dialog appears. Logarithmic waveform scaling in the Timeline Premiere Pro now offers a new Logarithmic Waveform Scaling feature that scales up the peaks and valleys of a waveform to make them easier to read, especially at low noise levels. This feature is turned on by default, and applies to both rectified and non-rectified waveform settings. To turn this feature off, select the pop-up menu from the Timeline, and deselect Logarithmic Waveform Setting. Hide items in the Project panel Premiere Pro lets you selectively hide items in the Project panel, letting you easily focus on only the visible items. To hide a project item, select the item in the Project panel, and select Hide from the context menu. You can hide not only single project items but also a group of project items including bin folders, sequences, and nested sequences.
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8 What's New Last updated 6/9/2015 At any point, you can view the hidden items by selecting View Hidden from the context menu. The View Hidden option works on all project items and media types, including bins, sequences, and titles. Important notes You can use the Hide and View Hidden options while using the Search Bins feature in Premiere Pro. For example, you can create a single location where you can search for clips that have been hidden among all the other bins.
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