Fix uploading / dragging video to timeline bug in Premiere
Bug: Many of us can't upload or drag video to Premiere. The audio comes in fine, but the video doesn't show up on the timeline. There are workarounds for this, but it seems to be a bug.
Thomas Farnetti commented
This is still an issue as of September 22.
Relisa Franklin commented
This is happening to me too. I really like Premiere, but every time there's an update, something that was working fine before, doesn't work in the new update. Last time Premiere would shut down if I used the Auto Color Correction button. That works now, but now I can't drag different video files onto the timeline without having to create a new timeline, then copy and past the video onto the one I was originally working on.
Pedro Viguera commented
It happened to me and was so frustrating. Only the @anne Sanders Youtube video helped me. Fix this please
Maureen Keuper commented
Still the same here. And it is may 2022 now. So please come up with a bug fix for this
Gary Robinson commented
As Anne explained...the only workaround for me was to create a new Sequence then copy and paste into the first sequence. Too many extra clicks to add one or multiple clips.
Sam Rutledge commented
Had this same problem, very annoying
Данил Жерновой commented
218 000 views on her video and everybody has this issue!!! adobe is going to be broke! I am mad!
Bekah Rupinski commented
This is happening to me now with the latest version!! Please tell me there's going to be a fix to this!
Hpca Hpca commented
I'm getting this on the latest update to Premiere Pro. I've got some .mov files that import fine, but then I can't drag the video onto the timeline.
I've used Anne's work around (create sequence from clip then copy and paste into the timeline I want it in) - so thankyou Anne!
Anne Sanders commented
Hi Jason, thank you so much for responding! I'm using Adobe Premiere Pro 2021 15.0.0 Build 41, but it also happened often in previous versions. I've noticed it happens with .MOV files for me, but I haven't tested other formats.
I made a video a while back about this issue - you can take a look here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghtXBp96Lxc
So the best case scenario (fix) would be to be able to consistently drag video from Project panel onto timeline, and have both the video and audio show up in the timeline (many times, just the audio appears).
Jason S (Adobe) commented
Hi, Anne. Sorry about the hassle. I've never seen this though, so it would be helpful to get a little more info. What version are you running? Do you see this with any video file, or only certain formats/other traits? If you could share media that reliably repros this, or possibly a screen recording, that would be helpful. You can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have something to share but would prefer to do so privately. Thanks!