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    Darren could you upload a faulty footage for us ? Thanks

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    What do you mean Coco James ? The bug doesn't get magically fixed you need to use BRAW Studio Relocation tool in the Toolbax tab of the BRAW Studio Panel

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    Always make backup of your project to be sure you don't erase data and "corrupt" your projects with the time shift. Then use our Relocation Tool from BRAW Studio Panel to fix the ORIGINAL project : https://www.autokroma.com/blog/Premiere-Pro-Timeline-Shift-First-Frame-After-Moving-Project-Relinking

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    It would be great if you tell us https://www.autokroma.com/contact/
    if this happens with other footages than .braw

    It would help find the bug for Adobe devs

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    So for now the solution keeps being : using our Relocation tool in BRAW Studio Premiere Pro Panel.

    More info here https://www.autokroma.com/blog/Premiere-Pro-Timeline-Shift-First-Frame-After-Moving-Project-Relinking

    And download here https://www.autokroma.com/BRAW_Studio/Download

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    It is obvious that using our plugin doesn't solve this issue since we keep talking about it and writing articles about it; Moreover BRAW is not officially supported but if Adobe let importers decide on the timecode there would be no timecode bug (anyway the BRAW timecode bug has been fixed recently in PrPro 2020)

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    Elsie this will only work if the file structure is 100% the same between disk drives you are changing.

    If you moved the folder to another place you'll need to use our relocation tool in BRAW Studio

    https://www.autokroma.com/BRAW_Studio/

    We just updated it with new improvements and bug fixes by the way (2.1.2 - 22 July 2020)

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    Update of our relocation panel, update available here https://www.autokroma.com/BRAW_Studio/Download

    Bug fix : "Correct 2020 PPro Shift" feature for big projects, it's also more performant and better suited for Mac OSX when files are from different disks

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    The correction panel only relocates the footage so that Adobe doesn't relocate itself the footage. Once the shift has happened the panel cannot do anything. Since we're not Adobe we're not sure what the shifts does exactly and if it reversible

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    First move your file, then open your old project in the Panel, then relocate the footage, open the new corrected project.

    If you open a project with files not at the right place => shifting occurs; So you need to first move the footage, then correct the PrPro project then open the corrected PrPro project where no relocation (hence no shift) will occur

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    We're glad it worked for you Glen !

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    Ofentse Mwase you are avoiding the bug by having the right filepath at PrPro startup = no relocation. This solution cannot work for everyone because some really need to relocate their files when moving data and project around

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    We have a new automatic correction panel to try to relocate your footage and fix your issue in BRAW Studio Panel

    Could anyone try it ?
    https://www.autokroma.com/BRAW_Studio/Download

    "New Feature, Auto Correct Tool for "PrPro 2020 Relocating Shift Issue" in our Panel :

    This issue is happening when files needs to be relocated and others files than .BRAW can be concerned, more info here https://www.autokroma.com/blog/Premiere-Pro-Timeline-Shift-First-Frame-After-Moving-Project-Relinking
    We now have a new way to auto-correct your .prproj (Premiere Pro project file) directly, by relocating the files inside (any extension)
    This new tool is in the "Shift Issues" tab of the BRAW Studio Panel, you will find there instructions to use it"

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    If you're suffering from this issue (which is NOT linked to BRAW it can happen to any type of footage apparently) we have a first version of a script to relocate easily your footage of a Premiere Pro project, contact us if you want to test it ! https://www.autokroma.com/contact/

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    Sorry about your lost time Jordan ! Could you tell us what are the formats of your video and what framerates ?

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    Thanks Tony I updated the article

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    Great to know, will update the article. Can I use your image ?

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    What you know as a "zip" is just one of many formats that are trying to losslessly compress your data. You need to use Keka to compress the .xml into a ".gz" with the "gzip" choice, not into a ".zip" with the "zip" choice. If you add ".prproj" with anything else than "gzip" Premiere Pro will refuse to read your file

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    I updated the article with more precise instructions and a bug fix ! https://www.autokroma.com/blog/Premiere-Pro-Timeline-Shift-First-Frame-After-Moving-Project-Relinking/

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    For anyone who it is a really urgent problem and who can't follow the tutorial you could try to hire freelancers on Upwork.com to help you go through the tutorial (the freelancer can install free trial of Adobe), it is very quick!

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    Tony where were you stuck in the manual method tutorial ? did you try to downgrade to PrPro 2019 ? (it'll be easier to start with)

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    Hum maybe you need to check that the resulting XML is valid and the paths are correct. You can CTRL+F to search what the place to replace paths look like and compare before/after to see if it's wrong somewhere

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    Sorry for the manual method being too complicated but for now there is no other way around. Please tell me at what step you are stuck and what you don't understand !

    Or if you know someone a little bit more tech savvy he could do it for you

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    We published an article on our website with 3 potential solutions for you to fix your project, move your footages and continue your editing (i.e. working around this Adobe bug) :

    https://autokroma.com/blog/Premiere-Pro-Timeline-Shift-First-Frame-After-Moving-Project-Relinking/

    Please tell us if it worked !

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    Two possible solution :
    1) export timeline Final Cut Pro XML and reimport it
    2) edit manually the .xml extracted from your Premiere Pro project .prproj and change manually the filepath of the file

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    Also, timecode when opening PPro project goes from 01:43:25:03 to 01:43:31:16000, the latter timecode coming from the project after relocation and this timecode doesn't make sense at all (16000 frames ?)

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    to this after relocation :

    <ClipLoggingInfo ObjectID="40" ClassID="77ab7fdd-dcdf-465d-9906-7a330ca1e738" Version="8">
    <ClipName>A005_01231137_C004.braw</ClipName>
    <MediaInPoint>1577778048000000</MediaInPoint>
    <MediaOutPoint>1621427734080000</MediaOutPoint>
    <MediaFrameRate>5292000</MediaFrameRate>
    <TimecodeFormat>200</TimecodeFormat>
    </ClipLoggingInfo>

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    Antoine Autokroma commented  · 

    Bad formatting from uservoice... Inside the Premiere Project XML, it goes from this :

    <ClipLoggingInfo ObjectID="40" ClassID="77ab7fdd-dcdf-465d-9906-7a330ca1e738" Version="8">
    <ClipName>A005_01231137_C004.braw</ClipName>
    <MediaInPoint>1577778048000000</MediaInPoint>
    <MediaOutPoint>1621427734080000</MediaOutPoint>
    <MediaFrameRate>10594584000</MediaFrameRate>
    <TimecodeFormat>110</TimecodeFormat>
    </ClipLoggingInfo>

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