BUG!!! Prores limited to 60fps in Media Encoder 2020
Prores is limited to 60fps in Media encoder 2020. Must be corrected ASAP.
Thanh Nguyen commented
How is this not fixed yet? Its 2021 Adobe, do some fkin thing
Andrew Hansen commented
Adobe.... wut doing.... please fix this
SIMON J YOUNG commented
for an ENCODER to have this kind of bug in 2021 is astonishing ignorance to me...
for software engineers who work through days, nights, hours and hours to NOT understand how many of our hours/nights have been wasted on useless batch renders due to a braindead bug - well you really should be embarrassed that you still have not fixed this as of today....
Tyler Hanson commented
Another a7s3 user, here. It's not a great suite for this footage, no matter what codec/bandwidth you use. Premiere is jumpy and difficult on my iMac Pro (though I know it's faster on the M1) with or without proxies, but the fact that there is no way to export higher framerates is ludicrous.
Even if the user's endpoint render is as low/lower than 24 fps, Adobe's limit is essentially implying that there is NO SCENARIO where we would want to be in control of native/custom frame rates at higher speeds. Ignorance warning, here: is it really that hard to give us/develop the code as an option? It's crazy to me that the suite is so varied in QA/QC between apps and capabilities.
I'm officially looking at costs/tutorials for Da Vinci/FCP X. I'm not saying that as a threat to say how dare Adobe not kowtow to our every wish and demand, but at the same time - I've got to earn my paycheck here like everyone else. Gotta edit with the best/convenient/capable way I can with the footage I need to use (which isn't a new concept - high frame rates over 60fps have existed long before 2019/2020/2021) - but at this exact moment, Adobe Encoder/Premiere fail spectacularly in this manner.
Austin Hartt commented
Any chance of this actually being addressed? Or does adobe believe that dynamic linking is enough to keep us having to put up with asinine restrictions instead of jumping ship?
Been here for more than a year now, no progress. Meanwhile swapped to davinci resolve so now I am editing in davinci, however it is fascinating that nobody from adobe did not address this issue. This is not really sort of a small bug, it is quite a large issue that prevents us to edit videos even with really powerful machines. My top notch macbook pro cannot handle sony a7s3 120fps footage so I have to make proxies, and adobe acutally made my editing litterally impossible in premiere pro so I had to switch cause I did not have any choice left.. this is quite absurd for such a powerful company. Is there any other place obline where we can complain about this?
H R commented
Why is Media Encoder incapable of converting high frame rate files to equivalent Pro Res high frame rate. Trying to convert 200fps or 100fps and Media Encoder reduces the converted Pro Res file to 60fps. I wasn't aware that Media Encoder was a low grade application. Why are we not being given the high end application that we all thought we were paying for? Its about time you sorted this issue out Adobe. High Frame rates are a common occurrence in 2021.
Teodor Tomter Liland commented
How is this not fixed yet? Adobe, get you **** together and provide us with 100 and 120fps proxies!
Tyler Hanson commented
This is 2021 - High Frame Rate recordings are a mainstay in the editing world. It's not going anywhere. FPS still caps at 60 fps. No 120 or 240 or 600 or whatever option. Wouldn't it be great if the consumer had the ability to natively (without 3rd part apps/plugins) create proxies according to their preferences? I think so!
Guys, I found a workaround. Buy Davinci Resolve :) No, seriously, I aquired a licence for Davinci studio 17, and it has proxy workflow, so it is possible to import your footage in Davinci, make prores proxies with snap of your fingers and link those files to your media in Premiere. So that kinda resolves it (pun intended).
The Phantom Of The Opera commented
Bruh, It’s 2021 and still no prores encoding above above 60 FPS
Zensuke Omi commented
Please bring back the 120fps ProRes encoding option. I am working with the Sony 120fps 4:2:2 files and need to use proxies. I didn't realize all of my files were encoded to 60fps and when I attached the proxies every shot I used as slow-motion was messed up because of this limitation.
And voila, premiere just updated to 2021 version, 2019 version was removed from my computer, and I can't bring it back. Farewell 100p and 120p prores proxies forever! ******** Adobe! Bring back prores 100p proxies. Now I can make only H265 proxies in 100p which are NOT GOOD! Jesus, why adobe, whyyyyy you had to spoil something that worked well??? My Intel core 9 64GB ram, 4TB ssd macbook pro cant handle my 100p sony a7s3 footage, and now I don't even have good proxies to work with.. Well, hellooou Davinci Resolve!
vladislav Nagay commented
Lets Get this done!
André Luiz Martins commented
Vamos cancelar nossas assinaturas e ver o que acontece. Nem todo mundo trabalha com "interpret footage" . VERGONHA ADOBE.
Let's cancel our subscriptions and see what happens. Not everyone works with "interpreting footage". SHAME ADOBE.
James Malloch commented
Adobe.... Really. We're in 2021 now. It's really embarrassing to have to tell the cameraman who brought me 120 fps footage that I can't work with it in Premiere because I need to work with proxies and the proxies can only be created at 60 fps which in turn means that the video won't export properly because the proxies and original footage have no 1:1 correlation. RIDICULOUS.
C'mon Adobe fix this already, with every update I hope I will be able to make 100p prores proxy files of my 100p footage but they encode in 60p, this is ********! Will someone from Adobe read this if we swear, c'mon!!! I am using Premiere and Media Encoder v19 because of this.
**** this, just bought DaVinci Resolve.
Schalk Hanekom commented
Please correct this, how can sony a7siii shooters still use this software if you cant proxy their largest file sizes namely 4K @ 100fps
Ronn Murray commented
Is this even on your radar Adobe? If not, I'm moving on to another software. My entire workflow is dependent on 120p. There seems to be no response or concern for this issue with the Adobe Team.
yann audouin commented
J'ai posté une solution sur un autre fil de discutions si ça peut aider :
1 - Inside Media Encoder : import cilp > right click on it > interprate footage > Assume this framerate : choose 60p (it work with others as well)
2 - Inside Media Encoder : choose the ProRes preset you want with the same frame frame rate you've chosen just before (60p for may exemple)
3 - Render > you have now a good ProRes footage but with the wrong frame rate.
4- Insite of Premiere (or after effects) : imprt your footage > right click on it > interprate footage > Assume this framerate : choose the original frame rate (120p in my case)
Done! You can now work on a ProRes version on your footge with the right framerate.