I'm importing 14 different JPG images to Premiere to create an image sequence, but even when the images are all different, once I import them to Premiere, the preview and the export can't read the different images and shows all the images as if they were the same image than the first JPG.
I've been trying several different ways of doing this, and I already spent an hour of my life to make this work, and I still cant.
It should be the simplest thing to do, but it looks like it's too much for Premiere. Real shame, embarrassing to be honest.
You guys keep updating and updating, and every day we find more and more bugs on each program of the Adobe Suite.
A real shame.
Federico Garcia Arias commented
Exactly... all the image are exactly the same size, they have a sequenced file number, they are all different JPGs
So, 1.jpg is different from 2.jpg that is different from 3.jpg that is different from 4.jpg that is different from 5.jpg that is different from 6.jpg
But then, when I play the sequence, 1.jpg, 2.jpg, 3.jpg show the same image (1.jpg), and also when I preview them on Premiere, the preview always show the same image, even if they are all absolutely different.
I import them, create an image sequence or even put them directly on the timeline to create the image sequence manually, but it keeps showing the first image for every single JPG that is different. And even when I preview a JPG on Premiere it's different to what the JPG actually is when I see it in Preview or Photoshop.
Do all the .jpg files have the same image dimensions?
We're having trouble understanding 'shows all the images as if they were the same image than the first JPG'; do you mean all frames of the image sequence show the first jpg?