At some point, "constant power" became my default audio transition. It's probably the best 'default' audio transition, but I use the "apply default transition" shortcut of CTRL+SHIFT+D constantly, but I don't want it effecting audio.
The problem is, I don't see a way to ONLY apply the default video transition, OR to remove the default audio one, and have nothing set as default for the audio. This is all I see:
on Mar 27, 2020 at 8:13:47 pm Last Edited By Marton Sender on Mar 28, 2020 at 6:27:12 am
Maybe, like myself, someone else faces the same problem after 7 years... ☺
It's really annoying, I still did not find any solution for same problem in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018
So I needed to figure it out myself:
1: Exit the program
2: Search for your settings file, my default location: C:\Users\username\Documents\Adobe\Premiere Pro\12.0\Profile-username\Adobe Premiere Pro Prefs
3: Open this file with a text editor like Notepad++ my favourite
4: Search for this: Constant Power
5: Change "Constant Power" to "false", so the line looks like this: <BE.Prefs.DefaultAudioTransition>false</BE.Prefs.DefaultAudioTransition>
6: save the file, start the program and you're done.