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    John VonMutius commented  · 

    Yes, please! This is a very important piece of the proxy workflow. Currently, we have the option to "Use Previews" when exporting from Premiere - all we'd need is another checkbox that says "Use Proxies." For large projects, the offline workflow needs to stay offline until the final stages, when it's brought back online. Currently, since Premiere uses original media to export, it's only a hybrid offline workflow.

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    John VonMutius commented  · 

    Same issue here. Had the problem in CC 2019 until updating to 13.1, where it seemed to be fixed. Now I'm working on my first project created in CC 2020 and discovered it's broken again. This is truly a basic feature - I don't understand. Time to invest in Da Vinci Resolve Studio, I suppose.

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    20 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Editing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    John VonMutius commented  · 

    Making proxies work with Merged Clips is a must. I realize that creating multi-cam sequences is a viable alternative to merging clips, but then I am essentially working with a sequence, rather than a clip. Sequences behave differently within Premiere. Merged Clips should simply create a symbolic link between video and audio, rather than destructively creating a new entity. We can link and group on the timeline, and we should be able to do the same within the Project window. This would allow easy options to break apart Merged Clips, link proxies to Merged Clips, and even individually re-link the audio and video portions of a Merged Clip.

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    7 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Stability  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    John VonMutius commented  · 

    Same thing happening to me. I'm working in a large project with about 10000 clips. Sometimes I can edit for a couple hours, sometimes only for 10 minutes, but the error always appears. Usually, it pops up a few times intermittently before overwhelming the system and causing Premiere Pro to shut down. Also, possibly related, once I start getting these errors, the Save dialog behaves strangely. It pops up saying that it's saving the project, but the progress bar will never complete. If I click cancel and check Windows Explorer, it shows that the file has indeed been saved. I've even worked from project files saved that way, so it seems to actually be saving them.

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