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    Rasheed Malik commented  · 

    I've just come across this problem as well. I'm in Premiere 14.3.1 on macOS with 32GB RAM.

    I'm in a 4k DCI Timeline, 23.967 fps with a I-Frame only MPEG preview files set to 1920x1013. Composite in Linear Color is selected. Footage is 8K RED, using 1080p proxies (ProRes Proxy).

    Like the OP's video, I hit render, it renders the frames, the timeline render status bar turns green, but about 2 or 3 seconds later it reverts back to red and the rendered frames are no more.

    It does not require a restart of the program to lose these files. It is near-instantaneous after the render is complete.

    Steps I've taken, though the problem persists:

    - tried render with proxies turned on. tried render with proxies off and original media only (same result)
    - deleting unused media cache files
    - copied media to new timeline with settings native to the original media

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    Jesus Lord, why isn't this fixed yet? This is a deal breaker for feature films.

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    Here here!

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    Rasheed Malik commented  · 

    It's 2020, still not available. I don't understand it cuz if you include video in the clip you select, it nests fine. My workaround is to grab random video, create the nest, then disable the video in the nested comp. Still, why need this workaround?

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    I'm having this same issue in ver 13.1.5 on macOS High Sierra. Did this get fixed for anybody?

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    I concur. I'm having to spend half a day re-transcoding because a DIT kicked out proxies from Resolve without any audio channels. This should be simplified. I'm not even using the audio at all.

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    Highly support this idea!

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    Here here. This would save a good bit of time in aggregate in all situations, but especially when I'm working on a laptop and the Marker dialogue box will often block the notated duration of my In and Out points.

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    Rasheed Malik commented  · 

    This would be fantastic. Sometimes I need 40+ audio tracks when building sound design (SFX, dialogue, ambient/atmosphere, music), even for a rough cut. It gets unwieldy. Submix tracks are great, but it'd be ideal to then hide the audio tracks. I suppose you could nest, but I need to be able to keep my audio clips on the timeline to edit them to picture.

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    Rasheed Malik commented  · 

    I'm on Mojave as well (latest version), which Premiere has been rather unstable with every since I installed Mojave (even after a clean install), so maybe there's more going on. But I've been able to reproduce the problem. Basically, I write keyword metadata into a lot of clips. Eventually, the metadata window stops updating (no matter what clip I select, the info it displays remains the same). So I close the metadata window. Then when I reopen the metadata window, i get the beach ball. It ties into another issue I've posted about recently, which is the metadata window not updating.

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