2. import the same file again 3. create a new sequence (or use an empty sequence already created)
4. select one of the, twice imported, .R3D files and place it in the sequence
5. select the other, . R3D file and place it in the same sequence
6. within your timeline display settings turn on "show duplicate frame markers"
(repeat the steps above with a .mov file)
Result: Both clips now display as duplicates in my timeline. Yet if I choose "consolidate duplicates" from the edit menu .R3D files are not removing duplicates from my project. The same process with .mov will remove a duplicate.
Expected: If Premiere is aware that the clip is duplicated in the timeline I would expect it to delete the duplicate in the project.
System info Application: Premiere Pro (Beta) v188.8.131.52 OS: macOS v12.2.1, RAM: 64.00 GB GB, CPUs (logical): 16