BUG: Timeline dragging does not show a wireframe of clip position
See attached video. In one of my projects, performance in general is particularly bad (4k media mixed with mp4's in timeline I believe is the problem). But when you select clips and try to move them around in the timeline, the clips remain where they were shown. The clips are being moved, but you can't see them. Definitely a bug.
Adam Beamer commented
Same. This is really annoying. Have to restart app.
Ryan Fritzsche commented
I'm having this issue arbitrarily. It started way after I was into the edit on two different projects, with different sorts of media, working in 1080p 23.976. One project had 4k .mxf source, the other is all 1080 ProRes, both have PCM audio, both include some use of multicam sequences. If I disable waveform display, then I can see the wireframe when dragging. Re-enable waveforms, can't see it anymore. Has come up in short sequences and long ones, doesn't seem to be particularly connected to either. Issue has persisted in CC 2019, through several updates. Never had this issue in the past (ie: CC 2018 or earlier, going back years), even on large projects with far more disparate and complicated mixes of media types than I've had on these two, relatively tame, projects.
I am also having this problem, 1080 Multicam video in 1080 timeline. Usually when a timeline is pretty long.
On MacBook Pro with Mac OS Mojave 10.14.6
David Spadora commented
Working with 4k and 1080 multicam video in a 1080 timeline. Having this issue as well -- can't see the "wireframe" of where I'm dragging clips, so I have to drag and drop blindly. Issue happens after a while editing, and hasn't resolved after restarting the app. :(
Running Mac OS Catalina 10.15
Ian Skalski commented
I have the same problem on Windows.
It seems to happen after about 20 minutes of editing. The playhead flashes and the wireframes disappear the only fix is restarting the app.
experiencing same issue on Mac
Scott Crozier commented
Have the same problem on Windows 10. 4K FS7 Media is proxied, also using multi-camera clips. Very weird and unstable.
Gary Huff commented
This happens to me as well, Premiere 13.1.4 on Mojave 10.14.6. I can change the GPU from OpenCL to Metal and then back and this fixes the issue.
Having the same problem, although it's very intermittent. I'd say it happens roughly 50% of the time I drag clips around... very hard to work when this happens. Happens across multiple projects. 1080 timelines. lots of different formats and sizes inside the timeline.
Premiere 13.1.4, Mojave 10.14.6. iMac Retina
Same problem here. 4k Timeline, all media is proxied, all are Quicktime MOV files, GH5s 3840x2160, 23.976, 10 Bit LongGOP, V-Log. Proxies are ProRes 422 PROXY.
Some Mavic pro footage as well. Also proxied to PR422 Proxy.
No effects applied other than a couple audio effects applied to the track mixer.
The problem resolves itself upon restarting the application but resumes about 30 to 40 minutes of editing. Duplicating the sequence resolves the problem with the same amount of time to replicate the issue.
Current build of Pr = 13.1.3 Build 44
Mac OS Mojave 10.14.6 (18G87)
MacBook Pro 2017, 3.1 GHz Intel Core i7, 16 GB 2133 MHz LPDDR3, Radeon Pro 560 4 GB
Intel HD Graphics 630 1536 MB.
Philip Owens commented
This is in PP V 13.1.3, macOS Mojave 10.14.5
Philip Owens commented
One additional note: all the 4k media is proxied, but some of the mp4's are not.