problem: import image sequence in adobe media encoder

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Sep 18, 2012 Sep 18, 2012

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Hi

have a problem with adobe media encoder CS6, in media encoder preferences I change the Display Format to 25 frame timecode, I import a serial of TGA (170 frame) to media encoder as a TGA image file Sequence, this serial generated from 3D Max and ToonBoom applications, the specification of TGA serial 1080 50i "1920X1080 - upper filed - 25 fps", when I import the sequence, media encoder recognize the sequence as 1920X1080 - progressive - 29.97 fps, in interpret Footage options window I change the settings of the sequence to upper filed - 25 fps, and I export it to quicktime mov 1920X1080 - upper filed - 25 fps uncompressed

the problem:

the duration of mov file is 06:20 and that is correct for 170 frame as 25 fps but the mov file not contain all tga serial image, the image freeze at time code 05:16 (frame number 142) and duplicate the frame 142 to the rest of movie file

if I don't change the frame rate in interpret Footage options window for the tga sequence which media encoder recognize it as 29.97 fps, the mov file contain all TGA frames but with duration of 05:16 which not 25 fps

in adobe media encoder CS5.5 I don't get this problem at all

1- how to solve this problem ??

2- how to force adobe media encoder CS6 to recognize the imported image sequence as 25 fps frame rate ??

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1, Adobe Creative Suite Master Collection CS6

thanks

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Community Beginner , Nov 05, 2013 Nov 05, 2013
"Interpret Footage" is finally fixed in November 2013 Creative Cloud video updates. If your version of Premiere Pro and AME is or above 7.1.0, everything should work as expected. Just don't forget to actually perform "Interpret Footage" on your source in Premiere Pro CC or a source in AME CC que, otherwise your image sequence will continue to be interpreted as 29.97fps by default.

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Oct 13, 2020 Oct 13, 2020

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I had the same problem. It was enough to open preferences window at Adobe Encoder and change the parameter in the "multimedia" settings. I also was converting the Toon Boom project 🙂

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Dec 16, 2020 Dec 16, 2020

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Where're the "multimedia" settings exactly? I'm going through this problem in 2020 with a png sequence in 25fps being recognized as 29.97fps in AME 😞 

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