Use this document to see the list of bug fixes in the Premiere Pro CC 2017.0.2 (January 2017) Release

Bug fixes related to Titler and Captions

Issue Status
Sometimes when you are using the Title Tool, the Titler could crash while copying and pasting Fixed
Captions are not editable after switching workspaces Fixed
When editing captions, the pointer is not viewable at the titler screen Fixed

Bug fixes related to supported file formats

Issue Status
QuickTime files do not get imported into Premiere Pro Fixed
When importing Phantom Cine files that are captured using a camera that has new firmware, clips could get imported with a pink cast Fixed
Importing images that use the Canon RAW UHD format could result in viewing a severely distorted picture Fixed
When you are importing content with AVC-I format, the export format does not adhere to the P2 AVC-Intra specification Fixed

Bug fixes related to Proxy support

Issue Status
Pasting a clip from After Effects while the Proxy option is not selected could result in the proxy not getting attached in Premiere Pro Fixed
Quitting Adobe Media Encoder while creating proxies, could cause a crash when proxy jobs are in progress  Fixed

Bug fixes related to exporting and rendering

Issue Status
Premiere Pro could crash when exporting a project using the AAF format Fixed
Smart rendering files that use the AVCI format codec in a QuickTime wrapper to AVCI format codec in an MXF wrapper could cause a failure Fixed
Rendering Proxies to your CC files directory could cause errors related to synchronization caused by temporary files Fixed
Exported HDR10 clips could show a small color shift toward cyan Fixed
Using the Ultra-Key could result  in display drivers not responding and also cause the Program Monitor to go black Fixed
When you export files using a MacBook Pro with NVIDIA GeForce GT 650 M video adapter, Premiere Pro could crash or display errors related to "Error Compiling Movie" Fixed

Bug fixes related to keyboard shortcuts

Issue Status
Unable to change keyboard type in the Keyboard Shortcuts Panel when using Premiere Pro Japanese version on a Windows computer running Windows Japanese version  Fixed
Custom keyboard cache could auto populate keyboard shortcuts Fixed
Sometimes, deleting one or more keyboard shortcuts assigned to a command could cause the assigned shortcuts to get deleted Fixed

Bug fixes related to media browser

Issue Status
Dragging a clip from the Media Browser to the project panel and adjusting the In/Out settings in Media Browser could affect clips added to the project Fixed
Dragging multiple instances of clips from the Media Browser thumbnail view to Project Panel could result in showing one instance of the clip Fixed
Unable to view icons on the Media Browser when browsing project files on Windows Fixed

Bug fixes related to Lumetri

Issue Status
The HSL control in the Lumetri Panel is incorrectly labeled Fixed
Using the Lumetri effect could result in a red checkerboard error Fixed

Bug fixes related to general editing and UI

Bug Status
Opening a project using another as a different user results in not opening the project. Fixed
Unable to edit to Audition from Premiere Pro as the option is grayed out Fixed
After Effects compositions are determined based on resolution settings and not composition setting when opened in Premiere Pro Fixed
Overlays could disappear when dragging effects over monitors Fixed
Dragging the clip on a timeline could result in overlays disappearing from the Program monitor Fixed
Redraw issues could be seen when scrolling in Media Browser and the Project Panel
Unable to delete multiple instances of the same clip, or deleting one instance of a clip deletes all its instances
Opening an older project and closing the new project created from the older project could lock up the file. Fixed
Importing a bin-locked project into another project could fail displaying a generic importer error Fixed

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