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    Stewart Shevin commented  · 

    A PARTIAL WORKAROUND for some situations...

    I had this problem. The proxies were made on set and Premiere gave me the audio mismatch error. The shoot was MOS so I didn't care about sound anyway. The RAW files were recorded without any sound, but DIT made proxies with a stereo sound setting (which was actually blank on the file, but the file metadata shows it). Hence the mismatch error.

    I'm on a MAC. I opened the proxies in Quicktime Pro (not version 10, rather old version 7 that allows editing of properties) and in menu chose WINDOW>SHOW MOVIE PROPERTIES (command+J). In the properties window I selected SOUND TRACK and clicked DELETE. I then saved the file and closed it.

    Then in Premiere I control-clicked on the RAW file and chose ATTACH PROXIES. When asked, I selected the proxy I had removed the audio from and it attached properly. SUCCESS!

    Of course I had 70 proxies and extracting the audio the audio from each one was a drag, but not nearly as much hassel as remaking the proxies from within Premiere.
    I'm sure there is a macro that could be written to automate the process, but that was beyond my ability.

    I guess if there was sound involved I might have been able to post sync the RAW / proxies with discreet wav files, assuming they were recorded on set. But for this job it wasn't an issue. I surely would not change the RAW to adapt to anything unless they were backed up.

    Good luck!

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    Stewart Shevin commented  · 

    Look at this thread:
    https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/metadata-column-order-again/m-p/10782761#M240801

    First, in WORKSPACES Menu, create or note the Workspace you are using.

    1) Configure the metadata as you want in Metadata Display panel, then name and save the setting. The new saved setting should appear in the presets dropdown window. (you've probably done this).
    2) Order the columns as you want in the bin.
    3) In the Menu > Workspaces, choose Save Changes To This Workspace.
    4) Open a bin and select Metadata Display, then preset you want from dropdown menu.
    4) In the Menu > Workspaces, choose Reset to Saved Layout and your column order will revert to the one you want.

    Yes this is convoluted and not intuitive at all.

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    Stewart Shevin commented  · 

    go to this thread
    https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2622090
    It's a known bug.

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    Stewart Shevin commented  · 

    I have found this bug to be a problem with RGB monitor routing via Mercury Transmit. I can get only one monitor to be full screen (which is not the one I would like). My YUV (consumer, prosumer TV) does play back a signal via HDMI from my CPU. My Blackmagic Intensity also plays back a signal.

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    Stewart Shevin commented  · 

    When exporting sequences with audio dissolves, audio drops out during duration of dissolve.

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    Stewart Shevin commented  · 

    I am syncing Bernhard Gothic URW via Adobe Typekit. I can't see the font in Premiere, but Photoshop recognizes it. Please tell me why, and fix this issue.

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    Stewart Shevin commented  · 

    Editors work by marking not only in and outpoints, but often by entering durations.

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