fonts not available in premiere

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Gethin
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fonts not available in premiere

Postby Gethin » Wed Mar 30, 2016 9:06 am

version 5.1: I used to be able to install the font as opposed to loading it in order to force premiere to see a font without restarting the software. In windows 10 this does not appear to work. I have to restart the software (which can take an age with a big project). I've just spent a day testing other font management programs and main type beats them all for stability and speed, just need to sort this wee thing out.

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Re: fonts not available in premiere

Postby Erwin Denissen » Wed Mar 30, 2016 9:29 am

Unfortunately most people don't know MainType is indeed one of the few really good font managers!

Since we don't have premiere, it is hard to find the cause of this. I suspect it is a bug/flaw within premiere.

Do the other font managers work better with it? If not, then it is certainly not a MainType issue; then we suggest you contact the vendor of premiere.
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Re: fonts not available in premiere

Postby Alfred » Wed Mar 30, 2016 11:07 am

I don't have Adobe Premiere (or Photoshop, Illustrator or InDesign!) but from what I've read it should be able to 'see' any fonts placed in the %ProgramFiles%\Common Files\Adobe\Fonts folder. If that is correct, then you don't need to use MainType or any other font manager for this.
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Re: fonts not available in premiere

Postby Gethin » Thu Mar 31, 2016 2:31 am

Hi There,
Yeah I'm not going to start moving fonts into adobes font folder - and that requires a restart anyway as far as I know. The whole point of a type manager is to avoid this sort of faff! :)

A free trial of premiere is available. I'll try contacting adobe I'm sure they'll hop to and fix this issue straight away (bwah ha ha ha)


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