Bug fix for time remapping glitching out in Premiere 2020 (14.2)
So, I've seen many complaints about Premiere Pro 2020 and speed ramping. I've been using 2020 for quite sometime and never experienced a single time remap issue that I have seen mentioned. I couldn't figure out what made some people have the issue and not others. Today I did a deeper dive.
It turns out the issue is if you interpret your footage and then time remap. For some reason this causes the time remap to skip all over the place and be a giant mess. But if you DO NOT interpret your footage and just time remap, the issue is gone. You can still slow your footage down on the timeline via speed/duration and time remap without the issue as well.
This entire issue is linked to interpreted footage. I have replicated it across two Mac machines and one Windows machine as well as many other friends systems. I have not seen a single case yet where interpreting footage didn't cause these glitches.
kyle limeback commented
I found a lot of glitches in premiere can be solved by nesting the clip.
Nesting is almost like a "checkpoint"
Do every BIG adjustment or action, and separate them with nesting the clips
-Interpret footage from 60fps to 24
-Import into timeline
(any warp stabilizer would be added at this point)
-On the nested clip, apply your time remap
Gethin Coles commented
This appears quite a bit. Adobe used to combine them, the fact they haven't means it's probably not even on their radar.
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