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  1. "I-frame first" fast seeking for inter frame compressed video files

    When you are "seeking," (which means QUICKLY looking through a long video by clicking and dragging the playhead with the cursor,) there is sometimes very high "prefetch latency," meaning that frames will load slowly, resulting in very few frames being shown. This can make it very difficult to find what you're looking for.

    But when seeking, perfect frame accuracy is not nearly as important as seeing what you're doing. Therefore, to reduce the "prefetch latency," I suggest that the nearest I-frame is loaded and displayed FIRST, (because I-frames are always the fastest to load) while the exact B or P…

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  2. Canon XF 705 Codec still has issues

    Having consistent problems with HEVC footage recorded with the Canon XF 705. This is not related to one individual computer and has been tested on many different systems to find the same issues consistently.

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    First of all the footage is incredibly laggy, it's impossible to edit from as it just freezes up after about 1 second of playback. We've tested this on even higher spec systems and the best we can get is some semi-smooth playback at 1/4 resolution with 1080p footage. If there is a way to improve playback of this footage that would solve the problem.

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  3. Support for ProRes RAW

    Support for Apple's newest codec, ProRes RAW and ProRes RAW HQ

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    Hello ProRes RAW community,

    as of today, you can start using ProRes RAW in Premiere Pro 14.2 (public release).

    Thanks to the large group of people from this thread that helped us during the last couple of weeks in putting finishing touches on the implementation through our beta program.

    More info on 14.2 is available from:
    https://theblog.adobe.com/maximize-your-creativity-wherever-you-are-working/

    Cheers,
    Patrick

  4. Canon XF705 (MXF) file format

    Please allow Premiere Pro to accept the Canon XF705 (MXF) file format. It's H.265 HEVC. Over a month since release, with no ability to edit.

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  5. Windows ProRes encoding

    Cineform is nice, but ProRes is still inescapable and necessary, sometimes specifically required as a deliverable. What would it take to get ProRes encoding on Windows?

    I'm talking about real ProRes, not a reverse engineered ffmpeg/miraizon type.

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  6. version 12.1.1 turns my 60i footage into 14.99fps. when i go back to 12.0.1 it processes the footage correctly to 30fps.

    version 12.1.1 turns my 60i footage into 14.99fps. when i go back to 12.0.1 it processes the footage correctly to 30fps.

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  7. ProRes Export for WINDOWS

    a lot of company's use ProRes as in house codec, so it's good to export ProRes ... from Windows

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