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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    Hey there Kristofer,

    We're running into this exact issue as well. Have you had any luck/success in figuring out a workaround? Some folks suggested Shared Projects, and we tried that route, but no luck.

    I'm really hoping that you found something? I've started a discussion here:

    https://community.adobe.com/t5/Premiere-Pro/Premiere-Connecting-to-the-Wrong-Media/m-p/10660156#M231018

    And I also posted a UserVoice bug, but as you can imagine, that's been a ghost town:

    https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/38734459-premiere-connecting-to-the-wrong-media

    Cheers,

    Darren

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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    Hi Brian,

    Could you clarify what you're saying here?

    Are you trying to put a full clip (so every second of that clip, from beginning to end) on the timeline, and then put another full clip straight after it, and then apply a transition between the two?

    Cheers,

    Darren

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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    @ Drew

    Yes, that could be correct. To be honest, I have been behind the wheel on the Mac operations that I've been comparing to, so I might have missed some of those details. It was more a "hey, has anyone else noticed this? No? Nuts." type scenario :-P

    Good suggestion on the workaround. I shall give that a go!

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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    Same thing happening here. For us it really only appears to be on Windows systems, as the Macs don't seem to show it (or at least not as badly).

    Essentially here, as soon as you hit play on a stabilised clip that is a different resolution to the sequence, it shrinks down. Stop playback and it goes back to normal.

    Basically WS is currently unusable on the Windows systems without the old nesting trick.

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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    Hey there Christiaan,

    Random question: Are you in Windows? If you get Prem to the point where it looks as though it has hung, and you wander away for five or ten minutes and come back, has the situation changed?

    I ask because I sometimes see similar things here, but only in Windows. If I leave things alone for a good few minutes, everything suddenly progresses. It almost seems as though it occasionally decides to lock me out until it has generated the peak files.

    Cheers,

    Darren

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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    Hey there Szasz-Fabian,

    You can select the effect, and hit "backspace", or "delete". Either work.

    Make sure to use the delete key by the dedicated "insert", "home", "end", etc, keys, and NOT the one by the numerical keypad on the far right of the keyboard - that one will behave as a "0", and won't get anyone very far :-)

    Also, in the context menu which you showed in your screenshot, "clear" is the equivalent of delete/remove, so you can click that, and you will remove your effect.

    If you want to remove effects from several clips in your timeline, you can highlight them, and use Remove Attributes from the context menu.

    Hopefully that helps :-)

    Cheers,

    Darren

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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    Hey there Jessie,

    Are you still running into this issue?

    Couple of questions/requests:

    What is the video codec for the footage?
    What is the codec for the audio?
    Could you post a screenshot of your Sequence Settings dialog box?
    Could you also post a screenshot of your timeline?

    This is really just to see if anything is jumping out.

    If you render the timeline (video and audio), do you still get the audio drop outs?

    Cheers,

    Darren

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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    This issue seems to be really intermittent here. We'll randomly have it work, and will have no idea why it suddenly decided to.

    This happens on both Windows and Mac systems (all running the latest Premiere release - 13.1.5).

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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    Hey Mitchell,

    My shortcuts originated from an FCP template, and "go to in/out" is "Shift I" and "Shift O", respectively. You could always modify these to better suit your needs.

    Yeah, not quite what you were after, but it definitely saves grabbing the mouse.

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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    +1

    OS maximise/minimise controls for the second screen in Windows would be fantastic!

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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    Agreed! This would be really useful to have. It's especially helpful when passing projects to other editors - tracks can be easily differentiated without having to look at the track name.

    For example, Video Tracks 1-3 (coloured blue), could be for one particular thing, and 4-8 (orange) could be for something else. The editor can quickly spot the colours, and will know that there is some relation between the like-coloured tracks.

    Quick and dirty example, I know, but it would get used quite a bit in our office,

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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    Hi David,

    Awesome! Thanks for the information (just good to know I'm not the only one running into this issue :-P ).

    As always, if you need any additional information, just let me know and I will fire it through.

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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    A less than ideal temporary workaround, is to to find the Premiere executable in Explorer, go to the properties, and then hop over to Change high DPI settings. Once there, change the High DPI Scaling Override to "System".

    This seems to get Lumetri and comparison view working, but doesn't seem to fix Mercury Transport. The biggest issue is that my toggle full screen shortcut makes the full screen cover one and a half monitors, which renders that function useless. I can deal with the blurry interface, but having a proper full screen option would be far more helpful...

    So, yeah...some forward momentum, but still not ideal. Any suggestions are welcome.

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    Darren Manden commented  · 

    It looks as though Mercury Playback might also be playing into this as well. If I am running my program on one monitor (with scopes), but I happen to have MT displaying the Program on the second monitor, then I start to run into the hanging problems.

    I haven't noticed any change in behaviour if I switch to the Software renderer, rather than CUDA.

    Since my original post, the Windows has been updated to 1903.

    Lumetri, Mercury Transmit, and comparison view are, as far as I can tell, the only places I'm running into this problem. My typical editing layout has the program spread fully across both monitors, and I don't run into any of these issues at all.

    If you require further info, please don't hesitate to ask.

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    Further to this, I'm running two UHD monitors. If I use only one monitor for Premiere, then there's a chance that Lumetri might work, but that leaves the second monitor completely unused.

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