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Incorrect Duplicate Frame Markers

Explorer ,
Jan 29, 2024 Jan 29, 2024

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    Application: Premiere Pro (Beta) v24.3.0.14
    OS: macOS v12.7.1, RAM: 64.00 GB GB, CPUs (logical): 16

 

Duplicate frame markers will show on frames that don't appear anywhere else in the sequence, and when I drag out the clip the duplicate frame markers move to a different part of the clip. Screen Shot 2024-01-29 at 2.25.54 PM.pngScreen Shot 2024-01-29 at 2.26.01 PM.png

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Explorer ,
Feb 02, 2024 Feb 02, 2024

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I am also having this issue. 24.1.0

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Enthusiast ,
Mar 11, 2024 Mar 11, 2024

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Am I right in thinking that the "Show Duplicate frame Markers" never worked with nested sequences? For example:

I have a sequence that is a series of interviews (John, Joe and Phil), each one is a nested sequence with some B-roll footage taken from a common bin of B-roll shots. I do not want to use the same B-roll shots more than once throughout the programme. But if I use the exact same B-roll shot in John, Joe and Phil's interviews (each one is a separate sequence), none of the shots have the "Duplicated Frames" indicator. If I use the same clip in the same sequence (eg. I repeatedly paste a clip into John's interview), then the Duplicated Frames show up indicated as expected.

 

Was this always as-designed? It seems ludicrous that, just because a shot is used in a separate sequence in the same project, it doesn't get marked as a duplicate. Or is this a new bug? (I have not used any multi-cam sequences at all in my project).

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