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    Mauricio commented  · 

    I am having the same issue with clip marker moving and all over the source window. The timecode changes in the actual metadata. The IN/OUT TC of the marker which is written in the clip's in the metadata / .xmp file changes.

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    Mauricio commented  · 

    Search bins and search function in Premiere are not working. It only finds some of the files I expect it to find.
    I confirmed that the metadata I have entered to the files is traveling with the files. I created a new project and reimported the the files and I see all metadata intact. Yet, Premiere can't find the files using search bins or search function.
    Please Adobe fix this. This bug makes Premiere unusable for any organized editor.

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