Creating Proxies for 120p footage creates 60p proxies?!
I have footage filmed at 120p, 60p and 24p in a sequence. They are all HEVC 10 bit 422 so naturally, the computer is having trouble playing them back, so I waited all night for Premiere to create proxies. It worked fine for the 24p, did that automatically. Did fine for the 60p, did that automatically. However, for the 120p footage, it ignored that it's 120p and just created a bunch of 60p footage, so when I turn on the proxy, it jumps to different areas because the actual footage is 120p!!
Obviously this is a problem since it means I simply can't create proxies for any 120p footage, which is the hardest for the computer to process...
Sami Succar commented
Create a new ingest preset with H.265 codec, it supports higher frame rates.
Antoine Autokroma.com (Independent Developer of AfterCodecs, BRAW Studio, PlumePack, Influx) commented
You can use AfterCodecs it supports any framerate https://www.autokroma.com/AfterCodecs
There's also no h.264 export option for frame rates above 60, so I can't even manually create a 120p proxy file.