Scene Edit Detection subclips bug
I do media analysis on YouTube, which requires me to use footage from movies & television to complement the narration. Scene edit detection has been great for this, as I can just import the files into my workspace, and premiere will automatically chop them up into subclips before depositing them into a folder for later use. It's honestly been a game changer for me.
That being said, there has been a bug that has been bothering me for quite some time, and to date, I am yet to find a solution.
For some reason, whenever I drag a SED subclip into the timeline, it always adds on the final frame from the previous shot during the import process, meaning I have to cut that first frame every single time or the viewer will be bombarded with flash frames. Sometimes this isn't a problem if I'm intending on shortening the clip even further anyway, but there are points where I do just want to drag & drop clips into my timeline, and it's a giant pain to have to chop it down every time.
This first frame doesn't appear in the subclip preview & this problem is also not present when I go back to the original chopped up file. This is a problem exclusive to the import process.
I've been searching for years at this point for a solution, but no one else has either noticed this issue or has been bothered to bring it up, and my patience is wearing a bit thin. I waited a little bit to reach out to see if any future updates would fix the problem, but it's become clear that this is not on Adobe's radar, so I figured it was about time I draw some attention to it & see if a solution already exists.
I've also attached a video demonstrating the problem, in case my description wasn't clear.