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    15 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Stability  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    paul wedel commented  · 

    Yep very frustrating indeed. We have a central server at my firm and we are often switching computers, which all connect to the server. It happens very frequently, where I switch a computer terminal, follow the same path to the same project - where the previews files are still present - yet I'm looking at a non-green timeline. I'll try that workaround below, but I just wasted 42 minutes of my day on this problem, yet again.

    I know there's another thread that's been closed, saying the action is un-repeatable but here's something to try:

    1. Start a project on an external drive and do some renders on that drive
    2. Open the project on a different computer using the same PP version, same drive, same everything.
    3. See your render files not link.

    Many thanx for reading, hopefully this is resolved sometime. The original post here is from 2018 and now it's 2022...

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    paul wedel commented  · 

    I am also experiencing this. Will happen about 85% of the time on one computer, closing Premiere and re-opening. But happens 100% of the time when I render on one machine and open on another. And in my firm, there are 6 edit suites and we are always on one machine or another, so this is an ongoing and very frustrating problem. I can see the "Video Previews" folder that sits with the project file, so it would be great if PP could keep the links to the rendered files.

    Many thanks for reading Adobe.

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    7 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Audio  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    paul wedel commented  · 

    Yes yes yes please add this functionality! I've just had to go over to Resolve and import my audio to check what channel was what, as there was no sound report with the rushes.

    In Resolve each track in the wav file is labelled MixL Mix R Boom Side.
    In Premiere the labels are Ch1 Ch2 Ch3 Ch4.

    See photo :)

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    paul wedel commented  · 

    Hi there! This is still occurring in 15.4.1 (Build 6) October 2021

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    I'm also having this truly annoying issue with some 4k footage in a 1080 timeline. It's fine once it's paused or rendered, but just watching it down gives this error in the frame.

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    paul wedel commented  · 

    Here's a couple screenshots. I'm editing this in Premiere but imported some audio in Resolve so I could know what tracks were what.... Please add audio metadata into Audio Names like Davinci.

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    paul wedel commented  · 

    Just seconding Joshua's question.

    Just looking at the link provided above and read this:
    Create Sidecar File: Supported formats are SCC, MCC, XML, STL, SRT, and DFXMP.
    There are limitations regarding the type of sidecar you can create from each caption track type.

    Subtitles -> SRT, STL
    OP47 / EBU Subtitles / Teletext -> .xml, .stl, .srt
    CEA608-> .scc, .mcc, .stl, .srt
    CEA708 -> .scc, .mcc, .srt

    So looks like we're still waiting for .vtt support and will need to use third-party software for the time being?

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    paul wedel commented  · 

    The problem for me ended up being Merged Clips in my timeline. Remove merge clips and the project consolidated.

    The official word from Adobe: “ This email is in reference to open case regarding issue that you were facing with Adobe Premiere Pro. Project manager will not be able to process the projects which contains Merged clips as a merged clip is not a “real” clip. Instead it looks real but is simply two clips linked so that their audio is in sync. This also applies to the Dynamiclly linked clips

    We’ve found these self-help articles if you’d like more information about your issue:
    https://helpx.adobe.com/in/premiere-pro/using/copy-consolidate-transcode-archive-project.html

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    paul wedel commented  · 

    Hi Adobe

    Still non-functioning functionality in 14.8.0

    Please help! I need to send this project to another department and my whole project is an untenable 4.2TB. Need to consolidate!

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    paul wedel commented  · 

    The official response of Adobe, where they admit merged clips doesn’t work with project manager:

    “ This email is in reference to open case regarding issue that you were facing with Adobe Premiere Pro. Project manager will not be able to process the projects which contains Merged clips as a merged clip is not a “real” clip. Instead it looks real but is simply two clips linked so that their audio is in sync. This also applies to the Dynamiclly linked clips

    We’ve found these self-help articles if you’d like more information about your issue:
    https://helpx.adobe.com/in/premiere-pro/using/copy-consolidate-transcode-archive-project.html

    So again to sum up, never use merged clips in Premiere Pro if you’re in a pro environment.

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    paul wedel commented  · 

    Still occurring in the latest CC2020 build 14.6.0. Please please fix this Adobe! This comment is over 2 years old! And it doesn't matter if I add a audio dissolve or a keyframe fade-up at the start and end of my clips, this problem persists.

    This is occurring always, but becomes especially apparent if I have a compressor, an EQ or any effect enabled in the audio FX strips in the Audio Track Mixer tab. My solution is the same as above, though now I add a track of atmos at the bottom of my audio layers, set the db to -45 and the problem goes away.

    While you're at it can you add an automatic micro fade in fade out on every audio clip like Ableton Live does it? That's really nice.

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