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Quality Problems automatic repair PE 10

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Sep 19, 2017

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Hey.

I've got a problem.

When I started to work on a project, I accidently accepted, that Premiere "repaired" the quality problems in the clips that I imported to the project.

That's a long time ago. But now that i rendered the project because I finally finished it, you can see quality issues.

And these issues were not there, before PE "repaired" the clips.

So my question is: does anyone know, how I can "reimport" the clips to the project and deny the repair?
Or is there another way to undo the work by PE?

Thanks a lot,

Leopold

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Correct answer by Steve Grisetti | Adobe Community Professional

No need to re-import the video. Just remove the changes.

Open the Applied Effects panel for the clip and remove any added effects. (Leave Motion and Opacity.) Then open the Adjustments panel and reset any adjustments indicated with a green dot.

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Quality Problems automatic repair PE 10

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Sep 19, 2017

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Hey.

I've got a problem.

When I started to work on a project, I accidently accepted, that Premiere "repaired" the quality problems in the clips that I imported to the project.

That's a long time ago. But now that i rendered the project because I finally finished it, you can see quality issues.

And these issues were not there, before PE "repaired" the clips.

So my question is: does anyone know, how I can "reimport" the clips to the project and deny the repair?
Or is there another way to undo the work by PE?

Thanks a lot,

Leopold

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Steve Grisetti | Adobe Community Professional

No need to re-import the video. Just remove the changes.

Open the Applied Effects panel for the clip and remove any added effects. (Leave Motion and Opacity.) Then open the Adjustments panel and reset any adjustments indicated with a green dot.

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No need to re-import the video. Just remove the changes.

Open the Applied Effects panel for the clip and remove any added effects. (Leave Motion and Opacity.) Then open the Adjustments panel and reset any adjustments indicated with a green dot.

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Thank you.

It works, but the frames I freezed are still in the repaired look.

I think, I will have to do them again.

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