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    Austin Crum commented  · 

    Similar bug appearing on Mac. My machine doesn't crash, but during fast-forward playback, the playhead freezes, then the image freezes, but audio playback continues well after I have hit space-bar to try to stop playback, sometimes for upwards of 15 (real-time) seconds.

    The bug appears on all versions of Premiere 22.x
    Mac OS 11.5.2

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    Austin Crum commented  · 

    I would love to see a "check all/check none" function -- perhaps by using Shift + Click, as in the case of the timeline panel's lock / solo / mute / target functions.

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    Austin Crum commented  · 

    My team is also experiencing this issue. h.264 exports have frozen frames / dropped audio at the end of files when using VBR 1-pass and CBR encoding to render to our NAS. VBR 2-pass seems to be unaffected

    These are the workarounds I've been using to get a usable h.264 file:

    • As mentioned by a few people below, exporting using VBR 2-P seems to do the trick.

    • When VBR 2-P is unacceptable, I use PR / ME 15 to export to ProRes, then roll back to ME 14 to transcode to h.264 CBR or VBR 1-P

    • As mentioned by a few people below, rendering to my local machine also seems to solve the issue

    Specs:
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    Premiere / Media Encoder 15.4
    NAS: QNAP TVS-1282T (10G connection) over AFP
    OS: Mac OS 11.5.1

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    Austin Crum commented  · 

    Even if it looked just like the progress notification on the Warp Stabilizer! Anything would be better than no notification at all.

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    Austin Crum commented  · 

    Same issue here. As I was also working out of an older project, I took Pete's advice: I created a new project and imported all of the older assets.

    Seems that any metalogging I did while editing out of the old project suddenly started appearing in the filter bin content searches in the new project... but any additional metalogging I did in the new project still does not show up in the searches.

    I only have about 100 or so video assets in the project, so I suppose we can theoretically rule out asset volume as the issue.

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    Austin Crum commented  · 

    The basis for implementation is already there with AME Watch Folders, just need to port it over to Premiere!

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