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    Steven Hurst commented  · 

    This is definitely an h264 encoder issue that also effects files exported to desktop. Strangely though, we only notice the issue when we stream the final file from our NAS. But I imagine there is something corrupt in the file.

    It’s great that AfterCodecs doesn’t have the same issue, but Adobe should fix this.

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    Steven Hurst commented  · 

    My h264 issue is a little different. Any export from Premiere v15 as h264, even exported to my local computer, drops audio and video frames in the video when streamed from my NAS (Drobo5n wired to router and streamed over wifi). Videos exported as h264 from Premiere v14 have no issue. Tried many things on v15 and couldn't solve the problem.

    I don't think this issue is exclusive to exporting to a NAS. It seems like the h264 codec in v15 has issues in general, and streaming highlights them.

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