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    Nicolas from Autokroma commented  · 

    Hello,

    You said that it does not work : what is the problem exactly ? Do you have the "Unknown Error" message ? Are some files missing in the final folder after consolidation ? Are some features missing from what you want to do ?

    Actually the Adobe devs are asking you to upgrade to be sure the issue has not been fixed since. If you can reproduce your bug with the latest version, then they are sure there is something to fix (and then they will need data to reproduce the bug ..).

    If you are looking for a workaround, there is a paid PremierePro plugin called "PlumePack" which is a Project Manager and does almost the same thing than the Project Manager, but with more features and less unknown errors ! https://www.autokroma.com/PlumePack

    Best,

    Nicolas from Autokroma

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    Nicolas from Autokroma commented  · 

    Hello !

    You can also try PlumePack : it's a "Project Manager" plugin for Premiere Pro !

    It has exactly the feature you want : by default, it will take into account the whole Project. But there is also a feature to select a mainSequence, and all nested sequences bellow will be also taken into account.

    PlumePack has also a special "Trim" feature, which removes the unused frames of your footage (so make your final consolidated project smaller), but without re-encoding ! You keep the exact same quality, same codec and keep your file metadata.

    More information here : https://www.autokroma.com/blog/Introduction-to-PlumePack

    Best,

    Nicolas from Autokroma

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    Nicolas from Autokroma commented  · 

    Hello,

    You could be interested to our new plugin "PlumePack".

    It's a kind of Project Manager (so with the same "Collect & Copy" feature without the bugs you are talking about) but with the "Trim" feature instead of "Transcode" : it removes your unused frames without re-encoding so you keep the same codec, exact same quality and your media will be lighter. It's like copying a part of your files.

    Trimming supports BRAW files, but also ProRes, ProRes RAW, R3D, ARRI RAW, and soon H.264, H.265.

    More infos on PlumePack : https://www.autokroma.com/PlumePack

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    Nicolas from Autokroma commented  · 

    Hello,

    You could be interested to our new plugin "PlumePack".

    It's a kind of Project Manager (so with the same "Collect & Copy" feature) but with the "Trim" feature instead of "Transcode" : it removes your unused frames without re-encoding so you keep the same codec, exact same quality and your media will be lighter. It's like copying a part of your files.

    Trimming supports BRAW files, but also ProRes, ProRes RAW, R3D, ARRI RAW, and soon H.264, H.265.

    About your issue, you can select a main sequence and it will go into the subSequences + subSequences of subSequences etc ... so depending on how are organized your sequences, it could solve partially your issue here.

    Note : we will improve the sequence selection part in the future and we should include this idea.

    More infos on PlumePack : https://www.autokroma.com/PlumePack

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    Nicolas from Autokroma commented  · 

    We just developed a plugin called PlumePack which could help you !

    It's a kind of Project Manager (so with the same "Collect & Copy" feature) but with the "Trim" feature instead of "Transcode" : it removes your unused frames without re-encoding so you keep the same codec, exact same quality and your media will be lighter. It's like copying a part of your files.

    Trimming supports BRAW files, but also ProRes, ProRes RAW, R3D, ARRI RAW, and soon H.264, H.265.

    For collect & copy all kind of media are supported.

    Note : works also with Merged Clips !

    For more information : https://www.autokroma.com/PlumePack

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    Nicolas from Autokroma commented  · 

    We just developed a plugin called PlumePack which could help you !

    It's a kind of Project Manager but with the "Trim" feature instead of "Transcode" : it removes your unused frames without re-encoding so you keep the same codec, exact same quality and your media will be lighter. It's like copying a part of your files.

    It supports ARRI RAW Alexa files (xmf) but also ProRes, R3D, BRAW and soon H.264/H.265.

    For more information : https://www.autokroma.com/PlumePack

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    9 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Performance  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Nicolas from Autokroma commented  · 

    We just developed a plugin called PlumePack which could help you ! It's almost the same than the Project Manager but without those kind of errors.

    There is also the "Trim" feature : it removes your unused frames without re-encoding so you keep the same codec, exact same quality and your media will be lighter. It's like copying a part of your files.

    For more information : https://www.autokroma.com/PlumePack

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    Nicolas from Autokroma commented  · 

    If you want to get rid of the project manager bugs you can try to use our third party plugin "PlumePack" : https://www.autokroma.com/PlumePack

    There are more features like Trimming which removes unused frames of your media without re-encoding : so you keep the same codec and exact same quality ! It's like copying a part of your file.

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    Nicolas from Autokroma commented  · 

    Hello,
    If you didn't want to transcode your files, you could maybe try PlumePack ! It's a new plugin for PremierePro which can do the same than "Collect & Copy" from the Project Manager, but also can Trim your files losslessly !
    More infos : https://www.autokroma.com/blog/Introduction-to-PlumePack

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    Nicolas from Autokroma commented  · 

    BRAW Studio can solve this issue, but we also have now a second product specialised into Project Management which also works with BRAW files (even if BRAW Studio is not used).

    For "Collect & Copy", it does the same job than the project manager but without bugs and it supports more Premiere Pro elements. You can can also trim your files : the unused frames in your timeline(s) are removed from the footage while keeping the same codec and quality !

    More infos : https://www.autokroma.com/blog/Introduction-to-PlumePack

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    Nicolas from Autokroma commented  · 

    Hello,

    If you are looking to an alternative to the "Project Manager", you could give a try to our new plugin : PlumePack
    (https://www.autokroma.com/PlumePack).

    It's similar to the Project Manager with less bugs and there is also a Trimming feature with handles! This feature will remove the unused data of your media without re-encoding the file compared to Project Manager: your files keep their codec and exact quality. It works with BRAW, R3D, ProRes, and soon H.264 will be available.

    If you want to test it before buying : you can download it for free and run the analysis. It should give you all the details about what PlumePack would do to your project.

    Best,

    Nicolas from Autokroma

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    Nicolas from Autokroma commented  · 

    This bug of bad timecode for some BRAW footage (23.97 framerate and 29.97 framerate + non-dropped frame timecode) has been fixed on Premiere Pro 14.3 by Adobe, but ONLY for 23.97 framerate BRAW footage (the issue remains for 29.97 framerate + Non-dropped frame timecode).

    The bug comes from Adobe, because Premiere Pro doesn't let the third party importer set the timecode itself (it interprets the timecode itselft from the container metadata), so the third party importer can NOT fix this bug.

    With BRAW Studio, we just found workaround to correct the timecodes with our panel and also export a FCP XML directly with the good timecodes inside, but the bug is still there and it would be better to directly have a good timecode after import.

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    Nicolas from Autokroma commented  · 

    "that does not work" :

    I didn't test (I'm working with Panel and JSX but not with markers), but I just know that for in/out points for example in the timeline, an exception is raised but it works ! (So for in/out points you just need to call the line under try catch and it does the job).

    So when you said that it didn't work, is it because you had an exception or because the marker didn't change its location ?

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    Nicolas from Autokroma commented  · 

    Hello,

    For me it seems to be a precision issue. You should not set Times with seconds but with Ticks. (I know you said that setting Ticks did nothing, but you should keep trying in this direction).

    The "createMarker" functions only takes float in input, so we need another workaround.

    Create your marker with the seconds you want (so there will be your error), then get the Marker Object, and set the "marker.start.ticks" attribute of it (it needs to be a string !). If it doesn't work, try to create a "Time" object, then set the ticks, and write marker.start = myNewTimeCreated.

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    566 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Formats  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thanks for all the feedback. It’s pretty clear that we’ve got to look into the workflow using this format more closely, there are enough reports about gaps at this point to reopen this item. I’ll post more info about next steps shortly. In the meantime, a couple of questions are easy to answer:

    - The plugin is designed for Premiere Pro. It currently doesn’t provide support for After Effects.
    - It does work with AME, so if you want to use it for batch processing, that’s very doable
    - If you’ve started a project with Autokroma, there’s no easy way to transfer it to be running with the new plugin.

    Patrick

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