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    Thomas Berglund commented  · 

    Hi Fergus,

    Thanks for the quick response.

    Below is a quick screen recording. If you compare a md5 checksum before and after import, you can see it change. You can also see it change again a couple of times before it suddenly stops modifying the file.

    https://youtu.be/5QdSciOlbTo

    It looks like it might be related to audio peak files that modifies the file until peak file generation is finished?

    Thomas

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    Thomas Berglund commented  · 

    Could this be related to the same behaviour seen with QuickTime MOV, where you embed metadata inside the files? If yes, I would strongly suggest that you reconsider this design decision — or at least make it a choice in User Preferences.

    https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro/suggestions/39740239-force-premiere-to-use-xmp-sidecar-files

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    Thomas Berglund commented  · 

    This appears to be fixed in Premiere Pro 22.3 Beta build 56 for me. Can anybody else test and confirm?

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    We hear your frustrations about color management and we are working on multiple improvements. 

    I recently posted a note on Alister Chapman's excellent xdcam-user.com forum, in response to a post he'd made about color management in Premiere Pro. 

    While my response doesn't go into details on our long term plans, it describes what we're doing in the short term to make handling of log footage easier. 

    Here's what I wrote:


    Hi all,

    I’m a product manager at Adobe, on the video team. I thought I’d chime in to provide some info on what we’re doing.

    Color management is not going away – quite the opposite. As HDR-capable cameras and displays are becoming the default, and shooting in log or raw is becoming the norm, color management is critical. Gone are the days of only Rec709, the one color space to rule them all.

    You might have seen reports about HDR…

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    Thomas Berglund commented  · 

    Hi. This is a known issue that will hopefully be addressed very soon.

    You can read more here: https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/kb/known-issues.html

    H.264 422 MEDIA WILL DROP FRAMES WITH DEFAULT HALF-RESOLUTION PLAYBACK

    This is a capture format used with cameras such as the Sony A7siii, and others. This issue typically occurs when playback resolution is set to half.
    To avoid this issue, switch to full resolution OR enable High Quality Playback using the wrench menu in the Program Monitor. If you need half-resolution playback only, download the latest Beta versions of Premiere Pro and After Effects, which have the fix for this issue.

    We will include this fix in the release versions in the near future. In the interim, consider these workarounds:

    - Set playback resolution to full and enable high-quality playback from the program monitor wrench menu.
    - If needed, revert to Premiere Pro 15.4.1
    - Use the current public Betas of Premiere Pro and After Effects.

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