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Sync Settings in video applications
Effective with the December 10 2018 release (Premiere Pro 13.0.2), the Sync Settings architecture has been updated. This means some changes to the workflow for Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Media Encoder:
- The option to clear Sync Settings via Creative Cloud is no longer available (previously accessed through Manage Creative Cloud Account).
- Sync Settings are available in current and recent versions of Premiere Pro:
- Select Sync Settings from the Start screen on macOS and Windows.
- Within the application on Windows you can also select File > Sync Settings. On macOS select the Premiere Pro menu and then either Sync Settings (if there are currently no synced settings) or your Creative Cloud account email (if you have existing synced settings).
- Sync Settings are no longer available in Premiere Pro CC 2015 (9.0.2) or older. To use Sync Settings, please update to a more recent version.
For information on sync settings in After Effects and Media Encoder, see:
When you work with Adobe® Premiere® Pro on multiple machines, managing and syncing preferences, presets, and libraries between them can be time-consuming, complex, and error-prone.
The new Sync Settings feature lets you sync your general preferences, keyboard shortcuts, presets, and libraries to the Creative Cloud. For example, if you use more than one computer, the Sync Settings feature helps keep settings synchronized across machines.
You can also download and use settings on a computer that contains a copy of the software licensed to a different user. This feature lets multiple users work with their own personal settings on the same computer. For example, freelance editors working during different shifts in a post-production facility.
You can sync using your Adobe Creative Cloud account. The settings get uploaded to your Creative Cloud account and then get downloaded and applied on the other computer. After the settings are applied on the other computer, initiate the sync manually. This does not happen automatically, and it cannot be scheduled.
On first launch, you can initiate the sync by selecting Sync Settings from the Start screen. Or you can select File > [your Adobe ID] > Sync Settings Now (Windows) or Premiere Pro > [your Adobe ID] > Sync Settings Now (macOS).
The Adobe ID associated with the product's license is used to identify the user. If you haven't already created and uploaded settings for this application, the local settings are uploaded to the cloud by default.
Before initiating sync, ensure that you have upgraded the Creative Cloud desktop application to the latest version and you are logged in with your Adobe ID.
You can choose to sync the settings from a different Adobe ID instead of the Adobe ID associated with the product license used on the computer you're working on.
To use a different Adobe ID to sync the settings, select Use Settings From a Different Account from the Start screen. Or select File > [your Adobe ID] > Use Settings From a Different Account.
Enter the Adobe ID and password. The settings for that Creative Cloud account are downloaded and applied, and the user name appears in the Start Screen.
You can clear all settings and revert to default settings. Select Edit > [your Adobe ID] > Clear Settings.
If you select Clear Settings while a project is open, Premiere Pro saves and closes the current project to proceed.
Specify Sync preferences, and manage sync conflicts
The Preference dialog box lets you specify the sync setting options. For example, you can choose to have only keyboard shortcuts stored in the Creative Cloud, and not sync the other preferences and settings on a computer.
The Preference dialog box also lets you choose what to do when a sync conflict occurs.
To specify what gets synchronized, Select File > [your Adobe ID] > Manage Sync Settings. Or open Sync Settings in the Preferences dialog box (Edit > Preferences > Sync Settings).
To sync your settings successfully, change the settings only from within the application. The sync settings feature does not sync files manually placed in the preferences folder location.
Select the options to sync preferences and settings. Synchronizable preferences are not dependent on computer or hardware settings.
- Workspace Layouts
- Keyboard Shortcuts
Keyboard shortcuts created for Windows only sync with a Windows computer. Mac OS keyboard shortcuts only sync with a Mac OS computer.
When you initiate a sync, the modification date between the local settings and the settings stored in the Creative Cloud is compared. If modification dates do not match, a sync conflict is detected.
You can specify what action to take when a sync conflict occurs by selecting from the following:
- Ask My Preference
- Always Upload Settings
- Always Download Settings
When you select Ask My Preference, the Sync Settings dialog opens, prompting you to upload or download your settings.
Upload Settings: Syncs settings from your computer to Creative Cloud.
Download Settings: Syncs settings from Creative Cloud to your computer, overwriting the local version with the Creative Cloud version of settings.
Select this preference option to clear the sync settings every time you quit Premiere Pro. On next launch, the default settings are used.
Your Adobe Creative Cloud account comes with online storage that makes your files available to you anywhere and on any device or computer.
Premiere Pro lets you auto-save your projects directly to your Creative Cloud-based storage, letting you save backups of your projects to a secure and accessible storage environment.
Choose Auto Save in the Preferences dialog, and select Save Backup Project To Creative Cloud.
When Premiere Pro auto-saves a project, a directory named 'auto-save' is created in your Creative Cloud online storage. All the backed-up projects are stored in the 'auto-save' directory.
You can access your backed-up projects from the Files tab of your Creative Cloud desktop application. Or you can access the files from your Creative Cloud account on the Web.
Each major version of Premiere Pro has its own copy of settings files. For example, Premiere Pro CC 7.x uses a '7.0' directory to store the settings file while the 2014 version of Premiere Pro CC uses a '8.0' directory.
When you upgrade to the latest version from Premiere Pro CC 7.x, your sync settings are automatically migrated to the new version.
Select Sync Settings or Use Settings From A Different Account from the Start screen or the File > Sync Settings menu. All the settings files from the '7.0' directory are automatically copied to the '8.0' directory.
- The '8.0' directory is created on the Creative Cloud server only after you sync settings for the first time. When you sync settings for the first time, you can notice a delay in syncing because all the settings from the “7.0’ directory are copied to the “8.0” directory.
- Before you customize any local settings like adding new keyboard shortcuts or workspaces, sync your settings at least once on one of your computers. Doing so ensures that you don’t lose any changes to your settings during auto-migration of settings from the previous version.
You can customize the look and behavior of Premiere Elements, from determining the default length of transitions to setting the brightness of the user interface. Most of these preferences remain in effect until you change them. The preferences you set for scratch disks, however, are saved with your projects. Whenever you open a project, it automatically defaults to the scratch disks you selected for it when you set up that project.
- To open the Preferences dialog box, choose Edit > Preferences (Windows) or Premiere Elements > Preferences (Mac OS), and select the category of preferences you want to change.
- To restore default preference settings, hold down Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS) while the application is starting. You can release the Alt key or Option key when the splash screen appears.
- To restore default preference settings and plug-in cache at the same time, hold down Shift-Alt (Windows) or Shift-Option (Mac OS) while the application is starting. Release the Shift-Alt keys or Shift-Option key when the splash screen appears.
For Windows: <drive>Users<username>AppDataRoamingAdobeAdobe Premiere Elements
For Mac OS: <drive>/Users/<username>Library/Preferences/com.adobe.AdobePremiereElements.plist
In the General pane of the Preferences dialog box, you can customize settings for several things from transition duration to tool tips, like the following:
Specify the default duration for audio and video transitions
Specify the default duration to display still images.
When a sequence is longer than the visible Timeline, you can select from different options to auto-scroll the Timeline during playback.
- Page Scroll moves the Timeline automatically to a new view after the playhead moves offscreen. Selecting this option ensures that playback is continuous and doesn't stop.
- Selecting Smooth Scroll keeps the playhead in the middle of the screen, while the clips and time ruler move by.
Select this preference to automatically scale imported assets to the project’s default frame size.
You can set an option to automatically scroll the Expert view timeline from right to left, when a sequence is larger than the visible timeline. This way you don’t have to zoom out to see the entire sequence.
- No Scroll: Doesn’t scroll the Expert view timeline.
- Page Scroll: Scrolls the visible section of the Expert view timeline one page at a time.
- Smooth Scroll: Scrolls the Expert view timeline while the current‑time indicator stays in the center of the visible timeline.
Hardware acceleration You can enable hardware acceleration for rendering, playback, and export on computers that have Intel HD Graphics 2000 and newer.
If required, you can choose to disable hardware acceleration:
- Click Edit > Preferences > General.
- Clear the Use HardwareAcceleration (Intel HD Graphics 2000 and newer) for rendering, playback and export checkbox.
Enables audio scrubbing. You can create a keyboard shortcut called “Toggle Audio During Scrubbing” to toggle audio scrubbing on or off while scrubbing. Using a keyboard shortcut is preferable to returning to the Preferences dialog box each time you want to turn audio scrubbing on or off.
Creates keyframes only at intervals larger than the value you specify. Enter a value from 1 through 2000 milliseconds.
In the Audio Hardware pane of the Preferences dialog box, you specify the computer audio device and settings, including the ASIO settings (Windows only), or buffer size setting (Mac OS only) that Premiere Elements uses for recording audio.
You can specify the target speaker in your computer sound system for each supported audio channel.
Premiere Pro Autosave Location
By default, Premiere Elements automatically saves your project every 15 minutes and retains the last five versions of the project file on the hard disk.
You can revert to a previously saved version at any time. Archiving many iterations of a project consumes relatively little disk space because project files are much smaller than source video files. It’s best to save project files to the same drive as your application. Archived files are saved in the Premiere Pro Auto-Save folder.
Automatically save Projects, and type the number of minutes you would like between saves.
Adobe Autosave Location
Enter the number of versions of a project file you want to save. For example, if you type 10, Premiere Elements saves the ten most recent versions.
When you specify auto-save to occur at regular intervals, Premiere Elements auto-saves a project on detecting changes to the project file.
The auto-save occurs irrespective of whether you manually save the changes to the project or not. Earlier, Premiere Elements would not execute auto-save if you manually saved within the interval setting. If the system goes idle for a period beyond the interval setting, Premiere Elements forces an auto-save.
Controls how Premiere Elements transfers video and audio directly from a deck or camera. (None of the other project settings options affect capturing.) The contents of this panel depend on the editing mode. If you’re capturing DV footage, use the default DV capture settings. When DV/IEEE 1394 Capture is the selected capture format, no options are available because the options are automatically set to the IEEE 1394 standard. Additional capture formats and options appear if you install other software, such as software included with a capture card certified to be compatible with Premiere Elements.
For P2 DVCPRO 50 and P2 DVCPRO HD projects, the Capture Format setting is not relevant, because the assets are captured and recorded directly to the P2 card as digital files by the camera.
In the Device Control pane of the Preferences dialog box, you specify the settings Premiere Elements uses to control a playback/recording device, such as a VTR or camcorder.
Premiere Elements creates lot of intermediate files which are used in projects. These are called Media Cache.
You can set the media cache size to keep cleaning your hard drive. Slide to increase or decrease the Media Cache Size using the Cache Size slider.
Click Clean Now to clear the cache. Enable Automatically Clean Once in a Month to peridically clean the files.
In the Titler pane of the Preferences dialog box, you can change the letters Premiere Elements shows in the Titler Style Swatches panel and in the font browser.